Do we really need another pregnancy app to tell us that our baby is now the size of a walnut, apple, pear etc? No, not really. But the multi-award-winning Bonzun offers something that bit different.
Newly launched in English after over 1m downloads in China, this innovative app uses the personal test results (blood pressure, bloods, urine etc) of mums-to-be to enable them to track and monitor their own health throughout pregnancy and spot early warning signs of health complications such as pre-eclampsia and foetal distress.
Founded by Swedish entrepreneur Bonnie Roupé, who herself suffered pre-eclampsia when pregnant with her first baby, Bonzun is free to download and easy to use with snazzy features that include a test tracker function that records and gives feedback on your test results, a baby movement monitor that helps to track movements and flag when the baby is unusually quiet, a symptom checker for anyone worried about their pregnancy, as well as pregnancy information and advice from doctors and midwives.
There’s a development tracker too, of course, so you’ll still be updated when your baby is the size of an apple (we love to know really), and you can even share alerts and updates with partners or family members such as grandparents.
Taking much of the guesswork and worry out of pregnancy (and saving mums-to-be a lot of time on Google), Bonzun is a bit like having a midwife or doctor in your pocket. And with all the information you need at your fingertips, you can enjoy a more comfortable, confident and safer pregnancy.