App to track your growing pregnancy bump

App to track your growing pregnancy bump preg-app-280NEW

Pregnancy is a busy time and tracking your growing bump may not seem high on the priority list but a new app available can do this for you.

The Bio-Oil Bump Tracker, app creates a ghost background image so that their bump profile is perfectly aligned for photography each time. After a few pictures have been taken Bio-Oil Bump Tracker will piece the photographs together, and then play them in quick succession in a time-lapse video so you can see how your bump has grown.

When your baby is born, you can complete your pregnancy story with a photograph of you holding your new baby. You can enter baby's name, along with birth date and weight and share the video of images with friends and family via social media or email.

Bio-Oil Bump Tracker is a free app, available to download from 17th February 2014 or download here.

What do you think of this new app idea? Would you keep a record of your growing bump? Or do you not think it's worthwhile? Whatever your views, share them in Gurgle's forum, Facebook page or via Twitter.

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