Today, we continue along with our week dedicated to bodily functions, this time bringing you some pretty awesome Ipad Apps and Iphone apps that will blow your doors off. If you’re new to the site, or reading the first post of the week on Daddy by Default, be sure to check out the post that started it all off: Why Men Fart, and Women Only Toot!
Dozens of people have already downloaded the Daddy by Default baby feeding schedule sheet, baby schedule tracker, and daily toddler meal tracker - the benefits of which are obvious. You can see exactly what your baby eats, when she eats, and catch an allergic reaction before it gets out of control. What we’ve listed below doesn’t track what goes in though, they track what comes out. That’s right, they’re Poop Trackers!
Here are my favorite poop and fart tracking apps, with links to immediate downloads for your iOS device. (All links to App Store are affiliate links):
Basically, after you poop, you fire up the app on your ipad or iphone, look down in the bowl at your magnificent creation and enter in its characteristics like consistency, color, and smell. Then the app diagnosticates your feces and gives medical advice.
I don’t know if the University of Bristol is a real school or just some fictitious place, so I wouldn’t take the advice seriously, but this app is hilarious, and somewhat educational.
The Poo log, similar to the Poo Analyzer; it tracks your poop schedule, but adds a little flair, not to mention a catchy play on words.
With the Poo Log, you also get some bathroom humor, poo trivia, and fun facts to read while you’re taking care of business. It also offers “legitimate medical information” allowing you to track your digestive workings, and also the ability to graph your poo – being regular isn’t just for fiber anymore.
Again, I’m not sure I would follow the medical advice to the letter, but it’s good to know awesome apps like this are available for dads and the serious poo enthusiast.
If you went to college or grad school, at one time or another you probably calculated how much money each class cost you, so you could figure out how much of your parents’ money you wasted when you cut class. That’s kind of what Pricy Poop does, but with your job instead of school. Next time you take a dump on company time, take your iphone to the loo and fire up this awesome app.
Simply input the time spent on the bowl and Pricy Poop compares that to your yearly salary to tell you how much each poop is costing your employer. It’s an eye opener. Best of all, this cool app is free.
If you have a toddler with constipation problems, or need to find out why your baby has hair in the poop this cool app is for you. Why Kids Poo is a fun and interactive app that also teaches your kid the fact about what poo is, where it comes from, and why you don’t reach into the bowl and play with it.
The app is part of the ‘Why kids App Series’ which is based on the science cartoon book which sold more than fourty-million copies.
Every parent knows that potty training is one of the earliest, and toughest lessons for a young child. With this cool app, you’ll get to teach your kids about poopie with fun music, animated games, and of course, the beauty of Apple’s multi-touch technology! Why Kids Poo has a free, light version, and a paid, premium version.
Ipoo is a social network for poopers. Just log into your social “poofile” and you can see who else is pooping around the world at the same time.
Snap a picture (no joke), upload and track pooping statistics, and get other fun facts and trivia about your number 2. Includes a “poo stream” similar to google circles and Facebook wall, tracks user who take the most dumps, and even allows you to follow those dumpers and comment on their bowel movements in real time.
This brilliant app, for the flatulence aficionados, gives a list of common slang for farts and poops, and tells a few funny jokes on the subject too.
After viewing a few jokes, it also reminds you to flush, which is important, especially if you’re at work or in a public restroom. The courtesy flush not only reduces likelihood of clogs and second hand aroma, I’m convinced it is one of the signs of our advanced culture.
If there is a cool app I missed, please let me know by leaving a comment below. If you’ve tried one of these awesome apps I’d love to hear about it. Again, by “hear” I mean your story, not the actual audio file. Sicko.
I also recommend reading a few of my slightly less serious posts:
There’s S#!T Everywhere - A guide on how not to change your baby’s diaper.
3 Universal Truths of Feeding Baby - How does food get all the way over there?
15 Awesome Ipad Apps for Dads - This is actually a serious post filled with cool apps made especially for dads.