Pump Log for iPhone helps mothers track breast milk production

Pump Log for iPhone, can help increase breast milk production by recording and analyzing daily output.


Milwaukee, WI — April 3rd 2014 — Stefanik Software today released Pump Log for iPhone® and iPod touch®. Pump Log is the easiest way for mothers to keep track of milk production. Simply log the amount of milk produced with an optional note. No unneeded features or options clutter the interface.


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Pump Log computes high, low, and average daily production, and graphs the data to show day-to-day changes. These numbers are important for exclusive pumpers, who need to know if they are producing enough and if their supply is established.

The Countdown Calculator is Pump Log’s most original feature. It calculates, based on baby’s age and your daily production, how many more days mom has to pump. We know breast milk is best for baby, but pumping is hard work, and it’s encouraging to know when the end is near!

While there are many other apps for tracking breast milk production, Pump Log stands out as the easiest to use, with a clean, iOS 7 style interface, and not cluttered with useless features and options.

Pump Log Features

– simple interface
– daily totals
– ounces or milliliters, switch any time
– high, low, and daily average
– keep notes on each session
– Countdown Calculator computes the last day you need to pump

Pricing and Availability

Pump Log is available on the App Store for free, but requires an in-app purchase to save more than 50 records. Pump Log requires OS 7.0 or newer.

App Store Download Link

Screenshots, icons and other related media are available for download from here:

About Stefanik Software

Stefanik Software LLC specializes in iOS app development. Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and founded by Steven Stefanik.

Press Contact

Steven Stefanik

Email: steven@stefaniksoftware.com
Twitter: @steven_stefanik
Website: http://pumplogapp.com http://stefaniksoftware.com

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