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10 Indispensable Apps for Moms with NewbornsBecause your hands are full with your new bundle of joy.by Julian Vorpal .
For moms whose bun in the oven is now a bundle of joy, the same tech that you had at your disposal for your pregnancy also has apps to help manage your little one. Here are 10 that you can rely on:
1. Wunderlist (Android, iPhone, iPod, iPad)
How much: Free
Why it’s handy: Listing apps are a dime-a-dozen but Wunderlist can really make a difference in helping you organize things for you and your baby. Wunderlist syncs with all your home gadgets (even your laptop or desktop) and the cloud, and you can share the app with everyone in the household for tighter coordination. Now you can have lola buy formula while your husband is shopping for a new crib even while you’re at home nursing. Wunderlist will help you check off the other things you need to do. The lists can be classified, made repetitive and periodic, and prioritized for further ease of use.
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2. smart-ICE4family (iPhone, iPod)
Publisher: EMS Options
How much: $$4.99 (P250+)
Why it’s handy: ICE stands for "In Case of Emergency," and this invaluable app is a Swiss Army Knife of emergency tools for you and your family for any crisis situation. The phone plays an audible alert tone for emergency responders to find your phone in the event of an accident. You can program emergency speed dial numbers on it (fire, police, 911-like services, etc.), list each family member’s individual medical details and medical history and even place a recording with important medical information (asthma, drug allergies, hypertension, etc.) for paramedics and ambulance staff once they get to you.
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