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iContraction


iContraction
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Description

iContraction is a useful tool for couples who are expecting a baby. During the last few weeks of the pregnancy you need to keep track of your contractions and this app helps you do just that.

I was inspired to write this application when my wife was expecting and after downloading a few apps it was frustrating to find out that they either have too many features that are not useful or are missing features that we wanted. So I went ahead and wrote this application.

NOTE ON INTERVAL: The interval on each row is the amount of time difference between this contraction and the one before it. As a result the first contraction (the last row on the table) has interval zero. This is not a bug.

Feature include:
-Ability to delete individual contractions
-Large button to start/stop tracking
-If you start tracking and get a phone call, the app remembers that and when you restart the app, it continues counting
-The reset button, asks for confirmation so you don't accidentally reset all your data
-Graph of last 5 and last 10 contractions for a quick view
-Average of your last 10 contractions
-Countdown that tells you how many days are left to 40 weeks
-Email your contractions data to someone

What's New in Version 1.2

-Fixed bug with interval calculation during startup
-Changed the value for the interval for the first contraction to N/A (instead of zero) to avoid confusion
-Fixed the bug in average interval calculation

Screenshots

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