Kegel Kat app

An app that provides a fun and interactive approach to pelvic floor exercises.

Kegel Kat By Bitty
  • Gamification
  • Fun and interactive
  • Training plans
  • Workout diary
  • Reminders

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Clinical review

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Cost Free 

What does the app do?

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.


✔ 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.

✔ Reminders.

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

✘ No bladder diary or bladder retraining section.

Privacy and security

The app collects some data and has a privacy policy. Read more about things you can do to improve your safety and security when using apps

Review details

Date of review: October 2018
Platform reviewed: Android
Version: 2.0.7
Download size: 17.48 MB
Updated on: 8/09/2018

Related topics

Consumer guide: how to choose a health app
Clinicians guide: how to choose a health app
Pelvic floor exercise apps
NZ Health App Library
Pelvic floor training for women
Bladder control problems
Bladder training

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Data security and privacy information

Tips to improve your privacy and security when using health apps
Health Navigator Charitable Trust, NZ, 2019

Staying safe online
Netsafe, NZ, 2020

Reviewed by: Jeremy Steinberg, GP, FRNZCGP

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