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Midwife develops iPhone application for new parents

16 August, 2010

Midwife develops iPhone application for new parents

A US midwife has developed an iPhone application for expectant parents. Posted 16 August 2010 by Julie Griffiths

A US midwife has developed an iPhone application for expectant parents.

The iBabySono is an application that allows expectant parents to store, sort, display, and share their baby’s ultrasound photos via iPhone, Facebook and other online channels.

For £1.79, parents can download their ultrasound pictures then use iBabySono to upload the images and create virtual scrapbooks. 

It also allows them to calculate baby’s age, post images to Facebook, and send email attachments to friends and family.


The app is the brainchild of midwife Sandie Mulcrone.

She said the idea was to help expecting mothers and fathers to share one of the most exciting times in their lives.

‘This is their future, a little person who represents their hopes and dreams. iBabySono lets them share that excitement and that joy with everyone they love from the earliest possible stages of their baby’s development,’ says Ms Mulcrone.



The application is available in the iTunes app store.





 
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