Maybe it’s the fact that I just have a high needs baby, but I don’t find this app particularly helpful. I guess for an app that’s not free, I was expecting more in-depth information regarding each leap and ways to help baby through while also saving my sanity. I’m bummed I spent money for basically the same info I can find easily on google for free, because I’ve referenced google way more often than this app. The timeframe for when baby is expected to go through these leaps seems pretty generalized and I don’t see the value Ain something that says your baby might be going through this right now, but they also might not be...
We used this app through out the last 17 months of our sons life from day 1 and it has been spot on! We love knowing what to expect and if we forgot to follow along, our son would remind us with his behavior. He definitely lived up to the ‘fussy periods’ and we’d look at the app and sure enough he’d just progressed into a new leap. So nice to know there is a reason for these swings in mood and to just know what development is occurring so you can help your little one flourish. I recommend this to all of my friends and family who are expecting, if you’re a new parent THIS IS AN ESSENTIAL.
My husband and I had high hopes purchasing this app, thinking that it must be a more enriched, insightful, personalized version of What To Expect. What a let down! We regret spending money on this bland, beige app and are disappointed with its poor user experience. The information is sloppily laid out, very wordy and repetitive. The site tells users to click on a tab for more info but...that tab doesn’t even exist on that page and you have to go on your own treasure hunt but spoiler alert...there is no treasure.
This helps so much! Your baby is not broken or bad (of course I knew that but begin thinking what’s wrong with me or my baby after fussy/ clingy/cranky/ regressing type behavior). Nope- baby is healthy and just going through leaps and growth spurts and this has helped me feel more confidant as a new mom and helps me prepare so I can help baby and now I know that these behaviors are so healthy and a sign of growth. Love this app so much!
I didn’t get any value out of this app at all. The content is garbage (completely unrealistic expectations for age groups, an insane amount of grammatical errors, sometimes just pure nonsense as explanations for leaps). I thought there would be some insights from the book included - none. It boasts “extra’s” (sic) - which turn out to be behind more pay walls. The user interface is also horrible. Nothing about this app was worth it.
I purchased this app for my first child nearly 1.5 years ago. The available content has dwindled over time and they have removed items and made it more difficult to navigate and find info. This wouldn’t be an issue if the app was free, but I want access to leap information beyond 10 leaps like I did prior! I paid for that and can no longer reference the information. Feels like a scam to swindle more money out of you!
The app has helpful information, but it’s misleading to sell it for $3.99 and advertise that you will get access to the extras only to find that you have to pay for a subscription. I’m super bummed that I wasted the money on just the content of the info and won’t get access to the additional perks advertised. I feel like I was tricked.
While the information is very interesting, the app itself is confusing and not very helpful. I feel I’d do better just reading information about development on a website. Perhaps I need to purchase the additional upgrades to make it worthwhile, but with the base purchase feeling like a waste that’s not going to happen.
There is useful information on this app but it’s just okay. It needs MAJOR updating visually and navigating in the app needs to be more user friendly.
It’s nice to know when leaps are coming up and when to expect stormy days but other than that, I don’t enjoy the app as much as I was expecting to.
The idea of this app was pretty exciting so I paid for it but I didn’t find it as helpful as I would have liked. It’s not personalized to my sons growth, and the worst part is that it’s difficult to navigate. I’ve tried to understand the hype but I don’t get it.