1) Baby Kick Count Card
Apparently, around the third trimester, your developing baby should be kicking, punching, and prodding your internal organs at least 10 times in two hours. Dexter has been always quite the active fetus so my doctor never asked me to track his movements, but this simple app gave me some peace of mind (and private bragging rights).
2) Contraction Calculator
Since your baby has been happily exercising his right to find an exit hole out your belly button, it's only fair that your torso should respond in kind by trying to
3) Baby ESP (Eat, Sleep, Poop)
Now that your newborn has safely arrived in the world, your pregnancy worries turn to parenting worries. Is my baby eating enough? Is it normal to poop twice a day? How does his growth compare to others at this age? If you can believe it, people used to have to record this stuff using paper and pen. No more! Now you can track everything with the flick of a finger, email and print out graphs for your doctor, and even set alarms to remind you when to administer medication. Oh, and did I mention there's a cool feature that allows you and your hubby to synchronize data across multiple phones for the same child?
Runner Up: Fitness One Pregnancy Exercises
I wanted an app that would tell me to do prenatal exercises every day, and found the Android market to be woefully lacking. While I could have just printed out a list from the Internet, I wanted something always accessible on my phone, and these still photos are easy to understand immediately, compared to text and videos. While it's probably not worth $2.99, I did end up using it throughout my pregnancy so figured I would mention it.
Any other cool kiddo-related apps I should add to my collection? (Must be Android-friendly for me to use!)