Testing your app before you launch is more than advised; it’s inevitable if you want your app to succeed and avoid bad surprises. There are multiple ways of evaluating your app’s efficiency. In this post we will give you various options that hopefully will guide you in your app pre-launch phase. Preliminary Testing with iOS Simulator If you’re an app developer, you probably already know the iOS Simulator, installed as part of the Xcode tools …
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Health & Fitness||2.0.10||January 29, 2018||4.5|
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- ● App Description
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- ● Versions
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Version 2.0.10 released on January 29, 2018
- Bug fixes and performance enhancements
Version 2.0.9 released on January 12, 2018
- Fixes for iPhone X users including improved stability - Bug fixes and performance enhancements
Version 2.0.8 released on November 07, 2017
Bug fixes and performance enhancements
Version 2.0.7 released on August 21, 2017
-Added link to Health Pregnancy Study blog -Bug fixes and performance enhancements
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WebMD - Pregnancy Tracker and Health Guide Our free pregnancy app offers trusted health information for expecting parents and lets you track your baby’s growth and development week by week. Get access to more than 900 doctor-approved articles, videos, slideshows and quizzes, safety tips, and expert-curated checklists. Find support and maternity advice in our caring Pregnancy Community. Track your baby's and your health with our symptom tracker, weight and blood pressure tracker, kick counter, and contraction timer. Fun features such as the journal and the belly photo album will help you prepare for your pregnancy and fully embrace the experience. WebMD Pregnancy in the News: “It is the most accessible and comprehensive app available for expectant mothers.” -- Appolicious “WebMD Pregnancy is the most comprehensive and reliable option out there.” -- LilSugar “It helps track a load of precious in-utero firsts that moms-to-be can hold onto forever digitally.” -- New York Daily News Key Features: Your Pregnancy Week by Week: Monitor your changing body and your baby’s development every week through beautiful, interactive illustrations. Pregnancy A-Z: Find quick and easy answers to fundamental health questions from what to eat to which medications to avoid. Add more than one baby to your profile and get twin-specific content. Check the Pregnancy Glossary to help you decode terms like "Apgar Score" and "Braxton Hicks." Pregnancy Community: Connect with other moms, learn from their experiences, share your joys and apprehensions, and get support from an active and caring community. Symptom Tracker: Log the frequency and intensity of your symptoms and add notes to help you understand what triggers each one and how your body responds to internal and environmental factors. Weight and Blood Pressure Tracker: Log your weight and blood pressure changes to share with your doctor. Checklists: Add notes, set reminders, and create custom lists based on everything from what to buy to postpartum care advice. Ask My Doctor: Take advantage of WebMD’s comprehensive list of questions to ask your doctor and make the most out of each visit. Belly Photo Album: A fun way to track your growing belly and your changing body. Kick Counter: Track your baby’s movements by recording each kick, twist, and turn. Contraction Timer: Log the duration, frequency, and intensity of contractions to help determine when it’s time to call your doctor. Appointments: Keep track of everything you need to do, and set helpful reminders for doctor visits, prenatal yoga classes, babymoon, baby showers, and more. Journal: Document important decisions such as your list of potential baby names. Record your milestones to help you track your progress and revisit your pregnancy memories for years to come. Healthy Pregnancy Study: In partnership with Scripps Translational Science Institute, WebMD now features a Healthy Pregnancy Study in this app. Using Apple’s ResearchKit, Scripps will survey pregnant women from varied backgrounds in hopes of better understanding the factors that contribute to healthy pregnancies. Participation is voluntary, and all data will be anonymized. By participating, you will help them gather larger, more varied, and more frequent data and produce medical insights that will help improve pregnancy for all expectant moms. Download the app and start celebrating your pregnancy journey.
WebMD Pregnancy Ranking History | Health & Fitness
WebMD Pregnancy daily app ranking in Health & Fitness category for the last 30 days.
WebMD Pregnancy Worldwide Rankings | Health & Fitness
WebMD Pregnancy rankings per country in Health & Fitness category.
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Another great guest post brought to us by Florence Broder, content manager at AppsFlyer. In this article, Florence gives us a few tips on deep linking and warns us about its misuse. When it comes to the desktop links users are accustomed to jump from site to site and from medium to medium with ease. It’s not an issue to see a link on social media or an email, click it, and it brings to the …