I've never been pregnant and I'm pretty sure I never will be, but if I was I'm sure I'd want some sort of way of tracking the days and weeks of the prenatal period.
BToday allows you to monitor your pregnancy on your Palm device, providing you with a calendar to track the process of the baby's development. Before you start you need to enter the date of fertilization and let the program do the rest as the days and weeks go by.
The main screen features a date line tracking the nine months, with an arrow indicating the point in time you're currently at. The app is then split into three sections: Calendar, which outlines the development cycle in chronological order, such as when the fetal heartbeat begins, the nuchal translucency, triple screen, etc; the Trimester, which details what happens in the current trimester; and This Week, which offers some fascinating insights into what's going on in the womb during the current week of development. All the information seems very well researched and can give you valuable advice on what you should be doing or thinking about during each stage of the pregnancy.
It's a fairly well presented application, although I think it would be useful to have some pictorial references showing what the baby might look like during the different stages of its development.
Nevetheless, if you are pregnant and have a Palm, BToday provides a helpful way of tracking both yours and your baby's progress.