Pregnant? This is for YOU!
Our leading app allows you to use just your iPhone microphone to record and share your baby’s sounds. It is the best-in-class, has excellent reviews, is super simple and safe to use.
'I found it in a nano second. It is very very quick to pick it up' Charlotte Hall, 36w
Category #1 in the USA and 57 other countries. Here's why...
Developed by parents like you (with expertise in sound engineering and app development) who wanted a trustworthy, safe and easy-to-use way to record our baby's heartbeat and other sounds - and keep a record of a quality that we hadn't been able to find before in other apps. It has been extensively tested on expectant mothers.
'Found him or her very quickly very easy to find :)' - Katie, 26w
**** But honestly, does it actually work?? ****
Yes. We've sound-engineered ways to attempt to isolate the baby's sounds and using an advanced algorithm, amplify them making them easier to detect and hear.
It may take time to find, and depends on the position of your baby so you'll need to stick with it and be patient. When you do, our results are excellent. Results are best between 30-40 weeks as your baby is bigger and stronger.
We constantly improve our extensive tutorial and techniques to handhold you through - we even have a support group on Facebook so you can get help.
We want you to be happy with HMB and getting results can sometimes be difficult. If you are struggling DO contact us via support. We want to help you!
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**** No Accessories Required ****
We use the internal microphone from your phone to attempt to listen and record your baby heartbeat.
**** Works Beautifully From 27 Weeks ****
It is possible (but less likely) to hear from as early as 16-20 weeks, best results are most often achieved as the baby gets larger.
**** How It Works ****
1. Hear My Baby, has been precisely engineered to listen to abdominal sounds, then record and amplify them.
2. It works best when baby is head down and their back is facing forwards.
3. Remove the case, be in a very quiet room and focus on your lower abdomen. Listen then Tap record.
4. Our simple recording management helps you to keep a record of your special moment
5. Take a selfie if you wish and share
6. We'll walk you through exactly how to get the best results
**** Easy Share Feature ****
Sharing is awesome you can opt to share via Facebook, Whats App, Instagram or email.
**** We Care About Your Privacy ****
We take your privacy and special moment seriously. You decide who sees or hears it and can delete it at any time.
**** Before you start... ****
You DO need to follow the instructions for HMB to work. A quiet room is critical for results as the mic is super sensitive in the heartbeat range. HMB doesn't fake the baby heartbeat or other sounds :)
Please Note: results are normally superb, however the recording may not work if your placenta is at the front of the tummy or the baby is in the wrong position.
**** Supported Phones ****
8, 7, 7+, SE, 6s, 6s+, 6, 6+ 5c, 5s & 5. We don't support iPad.
**** Worried about safety? We are too! ***
HMB is safe but to be extra sure DO switch your iPhone to airplane mode. This is a precaution and automatically stops all cellular transmissions.
**** Is it a substitute for medical devices/support? ****
No - we wouldn't wish to claim otherwise. Under no circumstances is HMB a substitute for medical support - if you don't get a result it doesn't mean anything is wrong with your baby :)- Consult your doctor for any advice. We are NOT approved by the FDA or any other medical authority. This is not a medical device.
Please do check our T&Cs before downloading.
For results examples: facebook.com/hearmybaby
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We've listened to lots of feedback about Hear My Baby and made further improvements: 1. We've improved our advice, support and FAQ section 2. Minor Bug Fixes
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Hear My Baby Heartbeat App Reviews (10)
You do realise that that is your heart beat. If your baby’s heart beat was 92bpm at 15 + 5 days there is definitely something wrong. It should be between 120 and 150bpm
what is the name of that app.
App name plz
Don't do this. You should keep your phone at least 2m away from yourself when you sleep. I can only assume that keeping it close to unborn baby is bad.
I need a refund no matter how many times i tried this app it didn’t work
waste of 5$ everyday i tried to hear it and nothing . I used my friends real doppler and i found the heartbeat within the first 5 seconds
It doesn’t sound like a heart beat just white noise. I’m annoyed because the app was $4.99 and i mean i know it’s an app but outside of the white noise I’m not picking anything up. Even when i did my own heart beat, found it but it’s only white noise as well. I gave the app 3 stars because i like it and he fact that it shows the heartbeat i just wish the sound was clearer.
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I dont think it works 😅
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