Baby Feed Timer - Breastfeeding, Nursing, Bottle Feeding & Baby Development Log at App Store analyse

App power index: 3823 (based on ranks around App Stores today)
Lifestyle Medical
Developer: Fehners Software LLP
Price: 0 free
Current version: 6, last update: 4 months ago
First release : 07 Oct 2010
App size: 32.4 Mb
4.6 ( 176 ratings )
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Estimation application downloads and cost

> 84.11k
Monthly downloads
~ $ 34.41k
Estimation App Cost

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“Simple, quick and easy to use – a must for night feeds!”

"All the answers to your paediatricians questions in the palm of your hand!"

Time Magazine says:
"Baby Feed Timer, an elegant app that makes tracking breastfeeding a cinch, with perks.
The feed timer gives you left and right buttons (large buttons, thank goodness, so they’re easy to hit if you’re simultaneously cycling the baby through different feed positions)... The best part? The analysis screen"

Designed by and for breastfeeding mothers who want to track when and for how long their baby feeds, including a useful reminder for when a feed is due. It even tells you which breast to start on!

Baby Feed Timer does it all for you!
Tracks breastfeeds, bottle feeds, breast pumps, diapers, sleep, solid food, weight, length, notes (ideal for recording babys temperature and medicine given) and notifications/alerts.

You can even synchronize the data across different phones (both iPhones and other phones) and view your data online at

Log data about baby from your Apple Watch too.

Data is analyzed ready for you and your paediatrician and shows daily, weekly and monthly averages.

See babys day at a glance and spot trends quickly with easy to read charts.

√ Personalise the App to your baby by adding a picture, baby’s name and date of birth. It even tells you how old your baby is in weeks.

√ Use the App for more than one baby. Whether it’s a sibling later on or twins or more with full support for multiple timers!

√ Easy to use one button start/stop timer, especially useful during the night feeds.

√ Log breastfeeds, bottle feeds, breast pumps, diapers, sleep, solid food, weight, length, notes and reminders.

√ Apple Watch App. Quickly log breast feeds, bottles, sleep and diapers from your Apple Watch. Apple Watch also tells you when the next feed is due. It can even be used when your iPhone is switched off or not nearby!

√ Night mode. The App detects light levels and automatically selects a night or daytime theme.

√ Focus on whats important to you by hiding activities that youre not interested in such as breast pumps etc. Also re-arrange their ordering to make the most important ones quick to access.

√ See babys weight and length plotted against data from the World Health Organization to see what percentile your baby is in.

√ Synchronise data between different phones (iPhones and other phones). You can also view babys data on

√ Pause button. Ability to pause the timer during a feed.

√ At a glance view of how long since baby last fed, next feed time and which breast to use next.

√ Notifications to alert you when next feed is due.

√ View when the next feed is due from your lock screen.

√ Analysis of the data including average time between feeds and feed times for the day, week and month.

√ Easy to read charts displaying analyzed data, as well as a timeline view so you can see emerging trends, such as baby feeding or sleeping at the same time every day. This also helps to show days when baby is acting differently such as more dirty diapers than usual.

√ View how long you have fed your baby for that day. Particularly useful for mothers who are monitoring if baby is feeding enough.

√ Manually add feeds if you miss one as well as edit feeds.

√ Add notes to existing logged feeds such as if baby was sick or fussy during a feed. You can also add a note to the log diary itself, for example the babys temperature and medicine given.

√ You can choose if the next feed is calculated from a set interval or using current feeding trends.

√ You can swap breasts during a single feed.

√ Ability to specify the minimum time you would like to feed on each breast before swapping.

√ Email your data to your computer.
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Available in countries
Country Price
Canada 6.99 CAD
China 30 CNY
France 4.99 EUR
Germany 4.99 EUR
Italy 4.99 EUR
Netherlands 4.99 EUR
Portugal 4.99 EUR
Spain 4.99 EUR
Poland 4.99 EUR
UK 4.99 GBP
India 400 INR
Japan 600 JPY
Russia 379 RUB
Turkey 17.99 TRY
USA 4.99 USD
Korea, Republic Of 5.49 USD
Ukraine 4.99 USD
Available for devices
iPhone3GS, iPhone4, iPodTouchFourthGen, iPad2Wifi, iPad23G, iPhone4S, iPadThirdGen, iPadThirdGen4G, iPhone5, iPodTouchFifthGen, iPadFourthGen, iPadFourthGen4G, iPadMini, iPadMini4G, iPhone5c, iPhone5s, iPadAir, iPadAirCellular, iPadMiniRetina, iPadMiniRetinaCellular, iPhone6, iPhone6Plus, iPadAir2, iPadAir2Cellular, iPadMini3, iPadMini3Cellular, iPodTouchSixthGen, iPhone6s, iPhone6sPlus, iPadMini4, iPadMini4Cellular, iPadPro, iPadProCellular, iPadPro97, iPadPro97Cellular, iPhoneSE, iPhone7, iPhone7Plus, iPad611, iPad612,

Latest version Baby Feed Timer - Breastfeeding, Nursing, Bottle Feeding & Baby Development Log: 6

Exciting new features:
+ Apple Watch App. Quickly log breastfeeds, bottles, sleep and diapers from your Apple Watch. Apple Watch also tells you when the next feed is due. It can even be used when your iPhone is switched off or not nearby!
+ Night mode. The App detects light levels and automatically selects a night or daytime theme.
+ Filtering. Logged data can easily be filtered to view the data of your choice.
+ Join Logs. You can now join two logs together. This is possible for breastfeeds, bottle feeds and sleep logs. You can even join a bottle feed to a breastfeed so that they only count as one feed.
+ 3D Touch. The iPhone 6s added 3D Touch and weve made full use of it. Peek at log entries to view the full notes attached, then Pop to start editing. With 3D Touch you can also quickly launch Baby Feed Timer from the App icon so that you are straight into adding a new log of your choice.
+ Start the feed timer or log a bottle feed straight from the feed reminder on your iPhone or Apple Watch.
+ Time between sleeps statistics has been added to sleep entries.
+ Notifications that the sleep and the feed timers are running.
+ Screen stays on when the feed timer is running.
+ Next breast reminder is shown if actively breast feeding.
+ Editing and adding children has been moved to the Settings screen.
+ Updated visuals.
+ Faster synchronization between devices.
+ Notes can be added to all log types.

If you like Baby Feed Timer and appreciate this update, please consider leaving us a review in the App Store, it makes a huge difference to this husband and wife team.

Thank you

Alex & Sarah
Fehners Software Ltd

Apps Changes History:
  • New App Version 3.99 -> 0
  • New App Version 4.99 -> 3.99
  • 7 months ago: New App Version 5.1 ☛ 6
Easy to use

Convenient, easy to use and customize to your personal preferences. I used it with my first two years ago and Im using it again with my second baby!

Great app but...

Would have given this app 5 stars but all of my log data just randomly disappeared. I tried deleting the app and reinstalling but I had to open a new account. Guess I will be starting over with tracking!

Best feeding, etc app!!

Used this app for both my children. The best!


Found this app to be very useful in tracking feedings and diapers. Only flaw-it doesnt open on my first try most of the time.


Great tracker!

Awesome App for Tracking Feedings and more!

Love, love, love this app!! I used to write everything down by hand: feedings, diapers, fussy times, etc. My babies are sensitive to lots of different foods and this app makes it easy to track all my notes so I can know what foods are okay and what foods to stay away from. Also, its just super easy to log feedings and keep track of how much time my baby has been on each breast. Love it!

Love this app

Use it to track breastfeeding and output for my jaundiced late preterm newborn. Love the reminder for side and the average feeding time and duration between feeds. Great app dont know how I did this last time without the app.

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