Is there something specific you want from the app? I'm currently pregnant and I use What to Expect. Each week it tells you approximately how long the baby should be, how much he/she should weigh, how many weeks you currently are, and how many weeks you have to go. You can set it to compare the size of the baby to a fruit/veggie, movie & tv props, or '80s & '90s nostalgia. For example, I'm currently 33 weeks so it says my daughter is about the size of a butternut squash. It also gives daily tips, weekly videos, and common symptoms. There are also different tools including a registry builder where it will recommend products based on gender, you can link your registry to the app, and recipes. It also has a community option where you can join different forums to discuss pregnancy. I joined Facebook groups before I realized it had the community option so I've never actually used the community option.
I downloaded “the bump”. I’m not pregnant yet but plan to right after the wedding and I haven’t really checked out their form section yet only glanced over it, but it seems like it’s got a good chunk of information as well as a community forum like this one.
I’ve been using Peanut. It’s like wedding wire as it has different groups where you can connect with and chat with women on the same journey as you. It doesn’t track pregnancy or give updates or anything. Congrats
Congrats!! I really like the BabyCenter app. You get weekly updates about your baby's size and development, as well as changes to your body, and recommended weekly articles. You can also look up almost anything you're curious about. There are tons of other features too but I haven't used those
Congratulations!!! Like others mentioned, I use Ovia! I'm not currently pregnant, but my husband and I will be trying soon and I've been using the app for a few months now to track my cycles and ovulation. I think it's very accurate and the forums can be quite helpful! The forums are anonymous, which I personally prefer. Ovia has several apps, one for when you're TTC, one for when you're pregnant, and one for parenting
Congratulations on your pregnancy. Try to stay extra healthy and avoid shots and inflammation during this time. Try and learn the best info for protecting the child during this time. My sister went and studied on causes of birth defects but still missed things that can cause problems. If you get shots, try to find the ones without Thimerosal.