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App Of The Week: BabyMigo 


Pregnancy and parenthood are blessings but they present new challenges that oftentimes can’t be solved in isolation. These problems, if left unsolved, could have unfavourable outcomes for not just the child but parents, as well.

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BabyMigo enables expectant mothers and new parents to get answers to health concerns about their children, connect with other parents, and join a local network of vetted professionals and experienced mothers. To make parenting advice accessible, BabyMigo was developed for both web and android.

Meet The App

BabyMigo is available for only android users on Google Play Store. Unlike many other apps, once downloaded, the app provides users with access to one of its key features, questions posted by other users. To join in on the conversation or post your own questions, you have to create an account.

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Once you create your account, you can post your questions and get quick answers quickly from other users and verified medical practitioners. To make the experience more satisfying for users, BabyMigo has a feature for filtering discussions and searching for parents with a certain category such as age or location.

The app is not limited to online discussions. Users can schedule appointments with medical practitioners and bookmark events concerned with pregnancy, childbirth, or motherhood. In addition, BabyMigo provides daily informative articles about these topics.

Launched in 2017, BabyMigo has accumulated over 30,000 downloads on Google Play Store and boasts a database of over 30,000 questions and answers, with over 90,000 registered users.

In July 2018, the startup was chosen for the first Google LaunchPad Accelerator Africa program. It received $10,000 in equity-free funding as part of the cohort. To add to this list of accomplishments, Facebook is listed as one of the startup’s sponsors on its website.

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