7 Apps For Breastfeeding Moms

If you’re a nursing mom with a smartphone, you’ll want to download these now.

If you’re a breastfeeding mom you’re likely managing a lot already. Need some help finding breastfeeding friendly spots, tracking your baby's feeding schedule or just a bit of extra information? There are apps for that. We’ve rounded up our top 7 picks so you don’t have to!

Milk Maid

iPhone- $3.99

Milk Maid is the go-to app for moms who pump. Customize your locations and keep an inventory of what expressed milk (frozen or fresh) you have where (work, home, babysitters, etc.) Record dates milk is expressed, used and to expire. Track and time pumping sessions and quantities. Designed for easy sharing with a partner, childcare provider or doctor.

Sara Chana’s Savvy Breastfeeding Guide

iPhone- $2.99

What could be better than keeping a lactation consultant in your pocket? Find solutions to your breastfeeding problems and questions in videos, articles, and images. Sara is a breastfeeding expert and lactation consultant with modern flair—she likes to mix traditional medical advice with alternative remedies (homeopathy, herbs, etc.)

Eat Sleep: simple baby tracking

iPhone- Free

With many baby tracking apps on the market, Eat Sleep is a favourite because of its clean design and easy-to-use features. Track eating, sleeping, diaper changes and your baby’s habits over weeks or months. You can track multiple children, and there is a notes section for any extra events you may want to remember. This app is particularly useful for updating pediatricians on your baby’s development. 

Breast Feeding Tabulator

Android- Free

Track breast and bottle feeding for Android with this handy app. Track amounts for bottle feedings, and set reminders for future feedings. Use the notes function to track irregularities or things to follow up on.

The Nursing Log

iPhone- Free

While called a log, this app is actually an easy-to-use nursing timer. Just hit “start right” or “start left” and stop accordingly. This very simple app works like a basic stopwatch, customized to track nursing times.

iBreastfeed 2

iPhone- Free

Another app with pumping milk in mind, this one is designed by leading breast pump company Medela. Along with tracking activity, you can also access information, tips, guidelines, and resources with this app. There’s also a feature to track breastfeeding friendly locations so you can visit again.

Baby Nursing / Breastfeeding (Timer & Activities log)

iPhone- Free

An all-in-one with some fancy features, for the app user that wants to make the most of it. Along with breastfeeding and diapers, you can also track the types of things you’d log in a baby book: teeth, milestones and special events. Add your own photos, audio and video to watch along as your baby grows up. This app also has functions to calculate your feeding averages, amounts and totals. 

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