Baby Tracker – Newborn Log MODDED 2022

A simple way to track your baby’s breastfeeding, diaper changes, sleep patterns.
4.9/5 Votos: 37,077
Actualización
22.05.2022
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Descripción

Designed by busy parents, for busy parents, Baby Tracker offers a simple, streamlined way to track your baby’s daily habits, health, and exciting “firsts” of those precious early days and months. Log feedings, diaper changes, and sleep patterns with a quick one-handed tap, then feel free to go back later and add details and even photos.

Baby Tracker – Feed (Breastfeeding), Diaper and Sleep Logger makes it simple to track all of your child’s important information for doctors and caregivers, as well as share all the exciting milestones of his or her development with friends and family. Perhaps most importantly, Baby Tracker – Feed (Breastfeeding), Diaper and Sleep Log handles all the details so you never have to take significant time away from the joys of parenting.

Comprehensive Feedings Breastfeeding Logger
* Start and stop breastfeeding timer with one tap for convenience and accuracy
* Settings for nursing, formula, solids, or any combination
* Tracks time breastfeed per breast and total for full nursing session using breastfeed timer
* Tracks pumping totals as well as breastfeeding
* Notes section allows you to enter details on formula brand, preferences, or allergic response

Diaper Change Tracker
* Summary screen shows time of last diaper changing, along with feedings, and sleep schedule
* Accurate diaper change records mean faster response time for concerns like dehydration, constipation, or diarrhea
* Easily share documentation on bowel habits from diaper change records with doctors or caregivers

Sleep Schedule
* Know exactly the date that your baby starts sleeping through the night
* Recognize nap time and nighttime sleep patterns to better plan your day or share with caregivers
* Compare against other data to more easily track down potential causes for baby’s fussiness
* Set alarms for putting baby down or to create more structured nighttime feeding sessions

Growth Tracker
* Enter measurement data and compare against World Health Organization averages
* See baby’s progress and growth over weeks, months, and years
* Look at logs to compare them for a more comprehensive overview of your baby’s health and wellbeing.
* Adjust growth chart for premature baby

Milestone Logger
* Make custom categories for baby’s first smile, first tooth, or first step
* Snap a picture on the spot, or add one from your existing library
* Use photos for a gallery-style album of baby’s goals and achievements
* Create an entry with a quick tap, or include journal notes for more detail

Health Logger
* Log medical history such as medications, vaccine shots, and temperature checks

Baby Tracker – Feed (Breastfeeding), Diaper and Sleep Logger Data Interpretation
* View logged data by day, week, or month
* Shows previous 7 days and previous 30 days
* Quickly identify data patterns, habitual trends, or abnormalities
* Export data via email as a HTML

Baby Tracker – Feed (Breastfeeding), Diaper and Sleep Log Data Sync
* Sync data among multiple devices for all caregivers or easy sharing of your baby’s progress with others
* Clone data to another device for a fast transfer that doesn’t eat up your data plan

Novedades

Introducing the redesigned Baby Tracker app version 4, the all-in-one scheduling resource for new parents.

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40 comentarios en "Baby Tracker – Newborn Log MODDED 2022"

  1. Overall it is really great, but two features that I really wanted don’t appear to work very well. Exporting seems to offset the time stamps for some reason by an arbitrary amount. And the daily summaries view doesn’t sum up values properly. The summary values are blatantly just wrong at times which makes it kind of frustrating. Hard. To feel like you can trust the information the app shows you at every turn. Otherwise it’s good

  2. Shihan Qu dice:

    This is one of two Android apps named “Baby Tracker”, both with +1M downloads. THIS IS THE ONE with free syncing among multiple devices! If you have any interest in using multiple phones to track feedings/diaper changes, this is the only one that doesn’t try to charge you $5/mo. Downside: I accidentally tried the other Baby Tracker app (with green icon) first which had a Much better interface. Icons often don’t do what you expect here. So hard to edit records or see time between feedings here.

  3. I don’t even know what the premium version gets me, but I bought it to support the developer. We started with Cubtale, but it duplicated records and then froze on us within the first few days. I noped out and got us on Baby Tracker. We’re now on day 8 and the app is perfect. The open-log-close loop takes literally two seconds, like it should. I get instant notifications when my partner logs something. Great reports. Configurable interface. This is software made by someone who gets software.

  4. This makes it so easy to track so many important things for baby! The interface is easy to use, and I love that it can sync across devices so my spouse can help keep track too. The ability to choose between manually entering the length of time for something (feeding, tummy time, etc), or running a timer, is super handy, and one of my favorite features. Seeing the summary of everything that was entered for the day; being able to set alarms for the next feeding etc.; so many great features!

  5. Amazing. So incredibly helpful and easy to use. Helped keep my husband and I on the same page while caring for our son, especially since he is our first. When we went to the pediatrician, we could immediately look up important feeding/changing information. Buttons/options are intuitive and easy to use. The preferences/settings really help customize the experience. If you’re trying to change a setting, sometimes you have to search a little bit to find out how to change it, but it’s not too hard.

  6. Alex Cain dice:

    Excellent app. I’m using it in a co-parenting relationship, and it provides a piece of mind with its ability to sync between devices. Getting alerts when he is not with me sets my mind at ease. Two suggestions would be to build out the comment function to push notifications and to add a “like” feature. These two would be invaluable, especially for people in co-parenting situations.

  7. I really like this app especially the feature that allows you to sync multiple devices. With that said for some reason my husband always has to reconnect because it won’t sync info that he puts in. If it weren’t for that constantly happening this app would easily get 5 stars! It’s a great tracking app otherwise.

  8. This app makes having a newborn less stressful with its wonderful features. It makes keeping up with diaper changes, feeds, pump sessions, and so much more. The timer detting also makes everything such a breeze. I highly recommend this app to any new mom whether it’s your first kid, second, or third. It’s convenient no matter what.

  9. David R dice:

    Best part is the syncing between mine and my wife’s phone. So useful to see last feeding or meds given and not have to call and ask these questions. This one took a little figuring to use but after I played with it for a day, it made sense. It has so many options for milestones, sleep, breastfeeding, pumping, and bottle feeding, diapers, etc. The ones I and the wife use are feeding, diapers, and pumping (how much). There is also a tracker for meds which we used for the teething.

  10. Good interface, great syncing, but the alarm is lacking. It took a bit to get used to the interface, and accidentally backing out of a feeding and trying to fix it, which isnt impossible but isn’t super easy to figure out either. My problem is with the reminders/alarm. They are not accurate to the last feeding, or if you go over or the time is shifted, it doesn’t update for the next alarm. Also, the alarm should be based on the start of your last feeding, not the end time, per the L&D nurses.

  11. Super easy to use and can track only what I want to. There is absolutely no way I couple remember what I’m doing when with my newborn without an easy way like this to just mark it. Then with the different views, it’s super easy to look in the day and see how many wet and dirty diapers, and when she needs to feed next. Seriously such a helpful app and really well designed!

  12. Julia dice:

    Great app, easy to use, with syncing so multiple people can use this. My husband, mom, and I use this to keep track of what we’ve fed our newborn (4 weeks old). It’s great except a minor sync snafu in the beginning. But it’s simple to add on nursing, bottled milk, poops, and various other activities. I can easily click from the widget or see when we last fed our baby boy. And I can easily add things I’ve missed, as well, and backdate it. There’s some unnecessary charts but everything is great.

  13. After 7 months, excellent experience. I’m craving a dedicated medical category to help track things like fevers, vomiting, medicines — instead of having it rolled alongside growth, milestone and other activities. Especially for prolonged illnesses, this would be very helpful to at-a-glance see how my kid’s been progressing. Though I do like the customization features, and have been using that instead.

  14. I’ve been using this app for 8weeks now and it’s been super helpful!!! Be sure to read the FAQ before use, I didn’t do this at first and wasn’t using all the functions correctly and it was frustrating for me. I do wish the feeding section had a start and finish time log. I write in the notes when my baby finishes feeding (nursing & bottle) so I can track duration.

  15. Love that you can have other people synced up to your account to view, update, and edit. But wish that while timing yourself for nursing you could also make a diaper changing entry. You can however be timing yourself and minimize the app to do anything else on your phone. It really is a well designed app. It has been the best way for us to track things. Really enjoy the multiple ways to view snapshots of your day and activities. The graphs and charts are helpful and give a good visual.

  16. A phenomenal app that allows tracking of all of the important things for your newborn. My favorite feature is the ability to sync with your spouse so we both can update it together. It’s so seamless that the second my wife puts in an update (such as a diaper change), I get a notification on my phone almost instantly, and vice versa. Having that feature and not requiring a subscription, makes this the perfect app. I immediately paid the one-time fee to remove ads because this app is worth it.

  17. Great app to keep track of baby’s various types of schedules. Gives great summaries for weekly/monthly comparisons as well. Downgraded to 4 stars due to glitches when logging feedings or pumping sessions. If you back out of the app while in the middle of a session the timers will stop and you’ll lose your progress. *EDIT: I contacted customer service. Need to hit the little check mark in the top right corner when you start a session. Still giving 4 stars for lack of user instructions in the app.

  18. Lexie G dice:

    My husband and I are brand new, first time parents so we’re still trying to figure things out. This app has been wonderful in keeping track of everything! I especially enjoy the ability to sync with my husband so seamlessly and have the notifications appear instantly. Like others, it was well worth the $5 to remove ads just to support the developers! My only suggestion is to maybe add a pop up that explains how entries can be edited or deleted (unless there is, sleep deprived FTM!)

  19. Max Sweet dice:

    Recommend to me by hospital. It’s interface has nothing special to it however the app was clearly made by a parent with a strong understanding of user experience layouts and what getting what a user actually needs at their fingertips. Any time an interface is intuitive with out a tour it’s a successful interface. Also while I’m not, I’m always happy to see Color Blind overrides in apps, ways to disable unused sections of an app and night shift. Excellent work dev(s).

  20. Easy to use and records all the data you would want. However, it does not always display the data in its most useful forms. The trends page shows you the number of feedings each day, but gives no information about the volume, even if this information is being tracked. Diapers are also displayed purely by number even though the app lets you track wet/dirty/mixed. Breastmilk pumping is also trackable with volume, but in the trends page is only shown by number. Simple changes would make great adds.

  21. This app is easy to use and very helpful! Our baby has been having trouble gaining weight so our doctor is constantly asking about feedings and diaper count. Keeping detailed and accurate track of intake is as easy as pushing a button – even when I am sleepy at 3am! It is especially helpful when tracking my pumping time, as my pump doesn’t have a timer, and paying attention to my milk production is key. We haven’t started a sleep schedule for her yet, but when we do, this app will be perfect.

  22. Really great app, switched to it because we needed something my wife and I could have synced together. The only issue is you can’t leave the amount blank for a bottle feeding, which means you have to start it, save it with a random number, and remember to come back and fill it in later. Not a big deal though, and still a great app.

  23. I wish the syncing wouldn’t stop randomly. When we follow the process of logging back out and then having the phone with the data try to log in, we get an ‘unexpected error’ message and can’t sync. It’s happened about 3 times in the last month. Otherwise it’s a good free app.

  24. Very helpful and convenient tracking app. As a first time parent, I didn’t know initially what features would be important with a baby tracking app. Turns out, this app has everything my wife and I needed. The user interface and data entry is very easy (especially important when you’re sleep deprived).

  25. This app is absolutely incredible and I would suggest it to all parents. I am a first time mom and had previously been manually tracking this information on my phone notes app (which was a pain). Not only does this app provide a very easy and intuitive way to track all the information the pediatrician needs, it also gives the data in multiple report formats to really help you understand the trends your little one is going through (like do they feed longer at the same time each day).

  26. I’ve been using this app for almost a year with my first baby and I couldn’t ask for anything better. Besides being able to record every shred of information we’d like to, my husband and I can also share access with multiple caregivers to track baby’s day on their own devices. It’s so easy for caregivers to learn. Once you input data, you can manipulate the views to analyze the data multiple ways. I really love this app. The ads are small and unobtrusive. The design is clean & simple. Great app!

  27. This app has been a huge help! My husband and I can both update the feedings, diaper changes, etc from each of our phones and have them sync! Easy to monitor to show the pediatrician. And the customizable milestones are awesome (first sneeze/hiccups) for those first time parents that are obsessed with their little ones!

  28. Love this app, but I’m not big on some of the changes. I’ve used this app for both my kids and when you have 2 under 2 it’s a huge help! The new version, however, is a bit of a disappointment. I don’t like that there’s no way to delete something that was logged by accident anymore, either by more than one person or on the wrong baby. The worst part for my mom who watches them a lot is the font is smaller and can’t be enlarged which makes it hard for her to see as she has bad eyesight.

  29. Kate HB dice:

    This has helped us so much! I don’t know how my husband and I would function as well or as efficiently with our newborn if we didn’t both have this app to help track bottle feedings and diaper changes. I’m such an organized person that needs documentation and lists and charts and this app does all that for me. It’s wonderful! Highly recommend to new parents.

  30. Apps functions and tracking are great overall. However the syncing needs some work – it’s extremely frustrating when one phones app says the feed was at x time and our other phone at y time. To get the app to sync we are constantly force closing the app on both of our phones. After about 2-3 force closes on each device the data is finally accurate on both devices. Background for developer – both phones are fully updated – app is also fully updated. Both connected online – No connection issues.

  31. After having an issue with initial setup, I am now able to use the app. I do still however encounter the keyboard not being responsive sometimes, as in, I click on a field to enter text, and the keyboard doesn’t pop up. After a few tries, waiting, or going back a step would seem to resolve the issue. Otherwise using the app is great. The most important feature is that it is collaborative and not restricted to being used on a single phone.

  32. There are some good features on this app, but if you have an Android and want to do a recurring schedule (feeding or pumping), you can’t. You have to actually set a separate alarm EVERY time instead of a recurring schedule. Most of the other tracking apps have this built in for alarms every 3 hours (or whatever the time frame). This is missing one of the most basic features out there and creates a ton of work for the user. Update: while it is true that you can repeat an alarm, that will reset the alarm for 24 hours from now. On a 3 hour feeding schedule, that doesn’t really help. Plus, if you repeat the alarm, then try to set an alarm for the next feeding, the new alarm overwrites the repeated alarm. The end result is that you have to manually set each 3 hour alarm which is a ridiculous about of editing.

  33. This is a good tracker. Disadvantages are that there is no possibility to edit a list entry. For example, I’d add a food to the list, but it cannot be edited after it was saved. If you make a spelling mistake, then it will stick. Also, the alphabetical order is not the best. The android version separates capital and small letters and list them alphabetically separately. On the iOS the app does not separate capital and small letters, so everything is in one order. So much better that way.

  34. Best app for tracking feedings, diapers, sleep, and so much more! I’ve tried at least 6 others. This is by far the easiest and most convenient. Even my BF likes it best – it’s so easy to sync to his phone. I almost didnt give it 5 stars because I dont like how I cant remove categories i dont use from the charts (aside from the main page thank god). Also, I would like to be able to customize the display, specifically the color scheme, but anything customizable is best.

  35. 2021 Update: (4 star) Alright, moving this back up as I am now able to easily get the share groups to work. However, it is still difficult to import the data collectively to a spreadsheet after the update. I have 3 years of data on this thing and would like to be able to see it organized based on category when exported as a whole. Now I have to do certain time frames at a time instead of just one large lump export. I can’t keep track of when the last time I exported was, so it’s frustrating not to just have that option. It would also be nice to just a have a desktop site where I could just access the info to save onto my computer. 2020 Update: (3 star) I’m bumping this rating down because of the frustrating way they have sharing data between devices. I cannot get the sync group to work. The app alone is great, but if you want others to use your log, no. 2018 (5 star) Great tracker! I use it constantly to help me with breastfeeding and keeping track of my supply. I love the alarms to remind me to check his diaper. The only thing I wish it had was a complete milestone checklist. There are some on the app, but not categoried.

  36. Like the app, except that when you’re timing a feeding session and want to return to the main screen, half the time it loses the progress and half the time it doesn’t (it’ll keep running in the background). Can’t figure out why. Very frustrating because 80% of the reason I use this app is to track feedings. UPDATE: thanks for the feedback. Looks like it might be user error. I still think it could be more intuitive.

  37. Great app, only some small flaws. I find the input of information to be easy and intuitive. I like that I can look at all the input in charts and with average, max and min. I am glad that you can adjust how the weekly/daily timeline is viewed, because for me it makes the most sense to view time from top to bottom. However, when I select Review I would prefer to see the most recent entries at the top. Also medicine is my main use of the last type, and I wish that was the first option.

  38. Very easy to use. I like that multiple caregivers can download it and input information. We recently switched from an app that could only be on one device, so I was constantly adding feedings, diaper changes, etc retroactively. This is much easier! My one suggestion is that I wish there were a dark mode option. The bright white background is a shock to the system in the middle of the night.

  39. Overall fits our needs. The UI is a bit cumbersome, but once you get used to it it isn’t bad. Dropbox integration for backups seems broken. It connects just fine and backs up at least once to an apps folder, but the app gives an error about every other day that it can’t backup. No suggestion as to why. The only option is to login to Dropbox and set it up again.

  40. Fantastic customer service! I emailed with a question and got prompt help and felt valued as a user. Thank you, Sammi. Tracker is fantastic. Function is a 10/10, however form could use work. The main screen is a little cluttered feeling; the buttons can be easy to miss and I often change the time mode instead of going into the item. The major complaint for me is the chart. The high saturation green, blue, and orange is very hard on the eyes and makes it hard to read.

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