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    Pregnancy • Sprout

    by Med ART Studios

    Are you expecting? Being a parent doesn't necessarily start at the birth of your child. It's best to begin preparing ahead of time. Track your pregnancy with interactive 3D models, keep a to do list, plan your doctor visits, share your progress on Facebook, record your baby’s kicks, get pertinent medical information, and much more with this great app.

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    WebMD Baby

    by WebMD

    This specialized app from WebMD is a virtual baby book with tons of features. Of course it contains a wealth of medical information just as you’d expect from WebMD, but it’s also a way to track your child’s progress, growth, pediatrician appointments, medical records, and even photos and memories you want to jot down. If you have a new baby, or plan to have one, you’ll definitely want to download this free app.

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    WebMD – Trusted Information for Your Health and Wellness Questions

    by WebMD

    Every parent has had to deal with a scary illness in the middle of the night. WebMD helps you with your decision-making and health improvement efforts by providing access 24/7 to mobile-optimized health information such as WebMD’s Symptom Checker, Drugs & Treatments, First Aid Information, and Local Health Listings. WebMD also gives you access to first aid information without a wireless connection, which can be critical if you don’t have Internet access in the time of need. Personalize your app by saving drugs, conditions, and articles relevant to you.

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    iTriage - Health, Doctor, Symptoms and Healthcare search

    by Healthagen LLC

    In addition to WebMD, iTriage is another helpful medical app to own. Created by two ER doctors, iTriage helps you answer the questions: “What medical condition could I have?” and “Where should I go for treatment?” It also lets you save, easily access, and share the healthcare information most important to you.

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    iEmergency ICE Family PRO

    by Kavapoint LLC

    You hope you never need this app, but if you do have an emergency, it's quite helpful to have every family member's medical and contact information in one easy to find spot. Keep it on your home screen, where emergency technicians can find it immediately.

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    Kidfolio Parenting and Baby Book

    by Alt12 Apps, LLC

    All parents of young children can get something useful from this app. It’s a parenting social network, a source of parenting informational articles, and a digital scrapbook. Capture and share all of your child’s big moments, from birth on up. Interact with the Kidfolio social community, or share memories with selected family and friends. There’s a lot to explore within this must-have app.

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    Parenting Ages & Stages

    by The Zumobi Network

    Another great resource for parents is this app from Parenting magazine. Age-appropriate articles and information are right at your fingertips. Customize the app with your children’s birthdays, and you’ll get relevant parenting tips. The ads can get annoying, but the app makes up for that with its wealth of informative articles.

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    HomeRoutines

    by Wunderbear

    There is always another parent out there that we all envy. Not only do they raise five kids, but they also find a way to keep their house spotless. With HomeRoutines, you can be that parent. This app is revolutionary and breaks your day down by morning and evening. There are scheduled zones, which are easy to complete and focus on a certain room in your house on specific days of the week. If you're a busy parent, this app will keep you from being overwhelmed.

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    You Rule Chores

    by Opposite Inc

    Even the youngest family members can help maintain the household by completing simple chores. This teaches them a sense of responsibility, community, and accomplishment. You Rule Chores turns chore time into a game. Each completed chore earns your child “coins” which can later be cashed in for real-life rewards of your choosing.

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    Bank of Mom

    by Gomu Gomu

    Now that your children have completed their chores and earned money, they probably want to go shopping soon. Bank of Mom is a great way to keep track of their earnings and is a fantastic way to teach them about finances. Parents can show children their transactions, balance, and any interest earned, and help them learn the value of money.

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    Mom Maps

    by New Media Parents, Inc.

    Are you looking for a great place to take the kiddos, but aren't at home to look it up? Mom Maps is the ideal app to find kid-friendly places while you're on-the-go. Whether you're looking for parks, playgrounds, museums, or restaurants, this app will have them listed for you. Best of all, there are reviews of each place from fellow parents.

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    A Family Matters

    by Weiner Family Studios

    Whether you have toddlers, tweens, or teenagers, it can sometimes be challenging to think about creating meaningful conversation in the midst of your busy lives. This app helps you make the most of those moments you have, whether waiting for an appointment, on a car trip, or eating dinner together. A Family Matters gives you thought-provoking questions and interesting ideas to get the conversation flowing in a positive way.

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    Find My Friends

    by Apple

    When your child is old enough to have an iDevice of his or her own, you can install this handy app on it. Make sure that your tween has gotten home safely, or that your teenager really is at the movie theater where you dropped him/her. This free app buys you a lot of peace of mind.