Track pregnancy of yourself or friend/family member with this simple pregnancy due date widget. Cute widget that displays what week of pregnancy you are in and how many weeks left until baby arrives! Calculation based on due date and can calculate due date from first day of Last menstrual period (LMP).
Date of Delivery can also be selected so you can get a true countdown of how many days until your baby arrives, while still maintaining how far along you are based on your due date or LMP. This is useful if you are planning on being induced or having a caesarian.
Choose from 5 widget colors: Yellow, Blue, Pink, Black and Transparent.
Text color is fully customizable including the Alpha channel.
Display is cute but not gender specific so male or female can feel comfortable displaying this on their phone! Baby name can also be displayed.
The rubber ducky image on the widget can also be customized to display anything you choose. An ultrasound image looks great and adds a personal touch. Image can also be removed entirely leaving only the text on your home screen.
4 Different widgets sizes to choose from. (1x1) (1x2) (1x4) and (2x4). With all the widget size choices you have plenty of room for multiple instances of this widget to track more than one pregnancy.
Separate calculator activity that lets you set your Due Date or LMP and see how far along you will be at a specific date. Great for planning Vacations and Business trips so you will know exactly how far along you will be given a date in the future.
The calculator activity and the (2x4) widget also display your current trimester.
New in Version 2.01
Image larger on 4x2 widget.
Changed line break location.
Added Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich support.
Widgets are re-sizable.
Previews are available in Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich widgets tab.
Changed widget background slightly.
Fixed Force Close if you select custom image and then press back without choosing image.
Changed layout of widget configuration screen and the calculator application.
Added images for all screen densities.