There are plenty of benefits to staying active during pregnancy. Moderate exercise can be good for you and your baby. It may also relieve many of the more unpleasant symptoms of pregnancy, like back pain and leg cramps. But where do you begin?

We rounded up the year’s best pregnancy exercise apps to help you out. We chose these apps for their excellent content, high user reviews, and general reliability, so you can pick one and get moving.

Since every pregnancy is different, be sure to check with your doctor before starting an exercise routine.

best pregnancy exercising apps

iPhone rating: 4.2 stars

Android rating: 4.2 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Prenatal Workout partnered with prenatal yoga instructors to create safe, fun, and effective daily workouts. You don’t need any equipment, and you’ll finish in just 20 minutes. New workouts every day keep things fresh. Customize the app to get suitable workouts for your pregnancy stage.

best pregnancy exercising apps

iPhone rating: 4.5 stars

Android rating: 4.6 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

With easy-to-follow sessions and daily reminders, Kegel Trainer is a great way to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. All sessions are between 30 seconds and 3 minutes. Customize the app for visual, audio, or vibration cues to guide your exercises.

iPhone rating: 4.7 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Baby2Body is a comprehensive one-stop shop for prenatal and postnatal fitness and well-being. Browse tips, workouts, recipes, and mindfulness exercises tailored to your pregnancy stage, goals, and personal preferences.

iPhone rating: 4.5 stars

Price: Free

Follow beneficial workouts to stay healthy and strong during every stage of pregnancy. Exercise animations, pictures, and descriptions make the movements easy to follow, with rounds and reps included.

iPhone rating: 4.7 stars

Android rating: 3.6 stars

Price: Free with in-app purchases

Aaptiv makes it easy to work out whenever you want, with thousands of workouts across multiple categories. Start small with routines as short as seven minutes. Check out classes and programs tailored to your goals and needs.

If you want to nominate an app for this list, email us at nominations@healthline.com.


Jessica Timmons has been a freelance writer since 2007. She writes, edits, and consults for a great group of steady accounts and the occasional one-off project, all while juggling the busy lives of her four kids with her ever-accommodating husband. She loves weightlifting, really great lattes, and family time.