Contraction Timer & Counter 9m app

An app to track your contractions when you are in labour.
Contraction Timer & Counter 9m By Aleksei Neiman
  • Contraction timer

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Country of origin

Unsure (not Aotearoa New Zealand)

Clinical review 

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User reviews 

Security and privacy Does the app:
  • collect medical information? No
  • require a login? No
  • have password protection? No
  • have a privacy policy? Yes
  • require internet access? No
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Free or paid version ($4.99 without ads).

The ‘enhanced’ (paid version) allows sending of contraction history by email, editing of contractions.

What does the app do?

The  Contraction Timer & Counter 9m app allows you to keep track of contractions by tapping a button at the start and end of each contraction. The app analyses the duration and frequency of contractions and will predict when it's time to go to the hospital. Additional features on the full version include the ability to edit contractions, tell you what phase of labour you're in, and email the contraction history in excel format.

For the complete app description, go to Google Play(external link), App Store(external link) or, for a more detailed review, see Reviews.


✔ The app provides for an easy way of recording contractions.

✘  Nothing hugely original — its a ‘flash’ stopwatch.

Review details

Date of review: September 2021
Platform reviewed: Apple
Version: 2.8.7 

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Credits: Healthify Editorial Team

Reviewed by: Dr Judy Ormandy, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Capital & Coast District Health Board

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