Kegel Kat app

Kegel Kat app

  • An app that provides a fun and interactive approach to pelvic floor exercises.
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Kegel Kat app By Bitty


  • Gamification.
  • Fun and interactive.
  • Training plans.
  • Workout diary.
  • Reminders.
Country of origin United Kingdom
Clinical review 

4 star review

Read a clinical review below.

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Cost Free
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The app provides a ‘gamification’ or fun approach to pelvic floor exercises where you have a cat mascot and can earn tokens to customise his look and buy different songs. There are three modes: “Daily Squeeze,” where you can define a number of exercises to run through, with configurable length settings; “Go Forever” mode, where you see how many you can do in a row; and then the silliest, “Dance Dance” mode, where you have to exercise along to a tune, earning points as you go. For the complete app description, go to iTunes(external link) and for a detailed review, see reviews below.


Visual, vibration and auditory cues.

Customisable exercises.

Gamification whereby you earn tokens which can buy visual changes to your Kegel Kat and different songs for the dance mode.


Zero information about pelvic floor exercises or how to do them.

✘ No bladder diary or bladder retraining section.

Clinical review

4 star review

: Jeremy Steinberg, GP, FRNZCGP
Date of review: October 2018
Platform: Android
Version: 2.0.7
Comments: This app is useful for women with urinary incontinence and men with erectile dysfunction. The app provides a ‘gamification’ approach to pelvic floor exercises where you have a cat mascot and can earn tokens to customise his look and buy different songs. There are three modes: daily squeeze (for every day use), go forever (for setting a high score) and a dance mode (follow along to 80s tracks). The daily squeeze program is customisable, and you can set up to three reminders. There is a noticeable lack of written information about pelvic floor exercises, who should do them and when you should see a health professional which lets this app down. The “cute” visual style is probably not for everyone. Overall, this is a great free app option. However, you will need to get supplementary information from other sources. 
Safety concerns: Noticeable lack of educational information, and therefore no information about when you should see a health professional.
New Zealand relevance: Relevant to New Zealand users.

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