What are the best baby's heartbeat apps for iPhone or iPad?

Childcare is a 24/7 effort that requires full attention. You have your hands full with constant health monitoring such as the baby's heartbeat. Fortunately, you can use apps to check on your baby’s heartbeat. Check them out below.

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    #1My Baby Heartbeat Monitor

    My Baby Heartbeat Monitor
    If you want a baby heartbeat listener inside your iPhone, then you have to get this app! It is a smart tool that allows you to hear your baby’s heartbeat anywhere!




    Shaurya Mehta
    Written on November 14, 2017
    "I recommended My Baby Heartbeat Monitor to my sister since she's about 5 weeks into her pregnancy. We tested it out and it's really neat. You can hear the heartbeat. I'm not sure how this works on a technical sense but just the feeling of being able to hear your baby's heartbeat I think is a positive experience to have. Being able to record and store the heart beat to send to friends and family is good to have. I haven't seen anything else like this on the app market but this is one I'd recommend to loved ones going through pregnancy."
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    #2Baby’s Beat

    Baby’s Beat
    This app allows you to register, listen and share your baby's heartbeats. It is a complete tool that gathers several features including a useful tutorial.




    Reyna Velasco
    Written on November 4, 2017
    "It asks you every five seconds to rate the app even if you haven't even used it yet and it literally records nothing. I hear nothing. Not even when I other noises around me were happening. And yes, I did follow instructions and have it on airplane mode. This is a scam to steal $5 from you. Don't waste your money"
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    #3Hear My Baby Heartbeat App

    Hear My Baby Heartbeat App

    Hear My Baby Heartbeat is an app that allows you to record your baby's sounds and share it via Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, and email. It uses an advanced algorithm to isolate the baby's sound to easier detect and hear your baby's heartbeat. 




    Megan Ford
    Written on May 14, 2019
    "I have a delicate pregnancy and my doctor advised that I stay home for the entirety of my pregnancy. I was reading and looking for baby-related stuff in the internet when I found out about this app that could hear your baby's heart beat and record its heart rate. I immediately got interested. I read the app's description and it says that it's best to use this when you're already in your 30th week of being pregnant. But as a first time mom, I am just so excited to hear my baby's heartbeat that I decided to buy this app even though I am only on my 21st week. I am just so happy that it works! I immediately shared the recording to my closest friends and family and they're also excited for me."


Did you know that during the First Trimester, about 4 weeks of a woman’s pregnancy stage, the baby is now an embryo and 1/25 of an inch long? The nervous system (brain and spinal cord) has begun to form, arm and leg buds begin to develop, and the heart begins to form. And about 6 weeks, the baby’s heart starts to beat. A normal fetal heart rate is the same as the mother’s, the beat starts about 80 to 85 bpm (beats per minute) increasing three beats per minute per day during the first month. 

There are a lot of myths about a baby’s heartbeat. A common one is that you can determine a baby’s gender by the speed of its heart rate. If the baby’s heartbeat is faster than 140 beats per minute, it is believed to be a girl. But if it is slower, then it must be a boy. However, this myth has long been busted as there are no scientific explanations to prove it. Today, most moms feel better when they can monitor their babies and their babies' heartbeat at home. In that way, they would be able to check on their infants' well-being without going to their midwife or their doctors. Good thing there are apps that can help keep track of a baby's heartbeat. 

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    #4My Baby's Beat

    My Baby's Beat

    Now you can listen to your baby's beat since your iPhone. With My Baby's Beat, you can feel your baby. Also, the app allows you share your baby's beat via email, Whatsapp or text message. 




    Roger Freeman
    Written on November 14, 2017
    "Checked out this solution and it lead me to the Apple store to an app called My Baby's Beat. This app allows you to listen to your unborn baby's heart beat by putting your iphone on your stomach by using your phone's microphone. Going by the comments and rating people seem to like it, so I suggest go check it out."


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