Parents praise the Baby Tracker app for helping them keep track of everything from feeding to naps. However, many reviewers report glitchy performance, slow navigation, and problems with syncing between devices, especially for shared accounts. While some say the lag has improved over time, others remain frustrated by the app's responsiveness. Some users have praised the app's Sweet Spot feature for tracking sleep, but others have had trouble using it. Overall, reviewers recommend the app for tracking purposes, but note its limitations.Best for
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Using this app to track baby's sleep and feed. But it's running slow. Switching between screens and categories is delayed and lags. I've used other apps that track sleep and wake windows for pl my other kids too. This one only seems worth it if you pay to get help with sleep.
Super helpful to track with a partner so you can both be aware -- especially during those never-ending night shifts. Data visualization and ability to identify trends is helpful for pediatrician visits. Shared the login with grandma so she can keep up with how our LO is doing, too!
This app is super helpful! It is especially nice to have multiple users be able to login to the same account on different devices - that way my husband can start a sleep timer on his phone and I can end it several hours later on my phone. Great app, would definitely would recommend!
This is the most perfectly designed app. They have thought of everything. SO helpful keeping track of my twins naps and feeds. The only thing that could make it better was if there was a twin setting, to adjust nap times to try and keep babies on the same schedule.
Functional but slow. Love the proactive sleep suggestions vs passive tracking but wow, the lag is really bad. 4-5 seconds to open a screen sometimes. And some logs take 1-2 clicks more than other apps I've tried. I'll continue using because of the sleep suggestions with hopes of lag improvement.
Great range of features but the app often freezes and needs to be closed and reopened before it will work. Sometimes after running for a while the app will respond strangely to requests, flickering backwards and forwards between the add and summary tabs. Other than these minor issues, it's a great app.
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