Cloudnine Unveils the Pregnancy Mobile App to help and Advice All Indian Parents-to-be

Cloudnine has just launched a pregnancy mobile app that is designed to put all the worries of Indian parents-to-be to rest.

Online PR News – 26-December-2014 – Bengaluru, India, December 22, 2014 – Cloudnine, India’s leading maternity hospital, has unveiled the much awaited pregnancy app that is destined to revolutionize the way women manage their health and other needs during this very important time. The mobile app is available for a free download from Apple App Store as well as Google Play Store.

The app is designed in such a way that allows it to be customized to ensure that each user gets updates that are relevant to their needs and condition. There is a lot to be excited about with the launch of this app as it has many features and benefits not only for the mother and to-be-born child but for the father as well.

The app is a virtual doctor, assistant, friend, and counsellor who is always there on call and even when you don’t expect the help. There is a lot that you stand to gain from installing the app on your smartphone or tablet, which includes but is not restricted to things such as:

Expert tips from Cloudnine on subjects such as exercising, eating right, and changes to expect.
Useful features such as the kick counter, contraction monitor, and weight scale.
Social media links to share your progress and related news on social media with friends and family.
Book an appointment, alert the hospital of your going into labour an even the fact that you are on your way to the centre.
Handy pregnant checklist for your various requirements from preparation for the baby and readying for delivery.
Keep track of your pregnancy and avoid missing vital signs.
A schedule of Cloudnine important events as well as timely reminders.

Cloudnine continues to strive for improved access to quality health services and improved awareness for Indian mothers and fathers to be. Further information regarding the app is available at . Alternatively, you can call the hospital and talk to the experts on 080 67999 999.