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Verizon iPhone: What Every Pregnant Woman Needs

If you’re like me, you’ve been waiting for the Verizon iPhone for what seems like forever. And while there are a ton of exciting features — mobile hot spots, better iPhone service, etc. — we’re all waiting for one thing: iPhone apps. And when it comes to pregnancy and motherhood, there are a ton of apps to make your life more organized and easier.

Recently Babble.com compiled a list of the Top 50 iPhone Apps for Moms, which you should definitely take a look at for your future (and present) needs. You’ll find everything from meal planning to comparison shopping in the feature, but you might be looking for something more useful for your three trimesters.

Take a look at some iPhone apps for pregnant woman — soon to be available at Verizon Wireless.

Sprout: Pregnancy Essentials let’s you keep track of everything during your pregnancy. Find 3D images of your developing baby, medical information in in the “Doctor Says” section, an MD Visit Planner and a to-do list tracker (for pregnancy forgetfulness). You can also track your weigh, count your baby’s kicks and time your contractions! It’s a little more expensive than the typical iPhone app at $9.99, but we think it’s worth it.

The Pregnancy Calculator estimates your baby’s due date, ovulation date, end of your 1st and 2nd trimesters and how many weeks you are along.

Search through over 25,000 baby names with the Baby Names app for $1.99.

Sit-or-Squat is an app every pregnant woman needs: Where to find the nearest restroom!

The Gentle Alarm app promises to reduce pregnancy stress by peacefully waking you up in the morning. Sound weird? Find out more here.

Will you be getting the new Verizon iPhone? Do you already have an iPhone? Tell us which pregnancy apps you love!

Find out more about the Verizon iPhone here.

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