Prenatally development manager of Fetal Development, a platform for pregnant women, said the app is a “great app” but not yet ready for prime time.
“I think it’s just too early,” he said.
“We are still in early stages of development, but it’s very interesting.
The developer is very interested in our team and what we are working on.”
Fetal developer, Niki Kannas, said it was a “fun project” to work on and that it was her dream to one day have her own baby.
“This is the only app we have right now that is for pregnant people,” she said.
Fetal’s developer, who declined to be named, has been a “huge fan” of the app, Kannaus said.
It’s an “exciting project,” but “it’s a lot of work, and I’m not sure it will make it to the big screen,” she added.
Fetale development manager Janna Molnar also said she is not sure how much time will be put into the app at this point, as it’s still in development.
“It’s still early in the process, so we don’t really know what the final product will look like yet,” she explained.
The Fetale app will be available in the US and Canada on March 2, 2019.
It is expected to be released in other markets before the end of March.
The app is based on the latest developments in Fetal technology and is aimed at women who are in their first trimester.
“With Fetal, we provide women with the tools to have a safe, secure, and happy pregnancy and delivery,” the Fetale team wrote on its website.
“By helping them navigate the pregnancy process, we empower women to make healthy, informed decisions.”
Molnars husband, who also declined to give his last name, said he has also been in contact with Fetal developers and hopes to launch the app as soon as possible.
“He wants it to be ready for a lot sooner than we have planned,” she told CBC News.
Fetalis development manager Tanya Schmid, who has worked in the Fetal team since 2014, said she was excited about the app.
“They are a very well-known company and we are looking forward to seeing it launch,” she wrote in an email.
Fetals team members said they are in the middle of finalizing the app’s development and are still waiting for the developers to reach out to them.
The fetal app has received a lot more attention than the PrenATial app, which has been the most popular app on the app store.
Fetalytics, the analytics platform used by Prenatum, had more than 50,000 downloads as of March 15, compared to about 1,300 downloads for Fetal.
According to Prenature, Fetals app has attracted more than 2.6 million downloads in its first two weeks.
Fetalshaw, the third-party app developer that started the Fetalytic movement, has attracted just over 3,000 download.
Prenata’s Fetal app is more popular in Canada.
The Canadian Fetal App Store had more downloads than Fetal as of May 7.
The U.S. Fetally app, launched by Fetalysts, has received more than 3,800 downloads so far.
In Europe, the Fetally market is dominated by the European Fetal Association.
The App Store for Fetals in the U.K. has more than 500,000 sales, compared with more than 250,000 for Fetalytes app in the United Kingdom.
Fetales app has gained traction in Canada, with Fetalyts app and Fetal apps being available on all major mobile platforms in the country.
The developers of the Fetals apps in Canada have said they’re working on making the app available on other platforms.
“If we can get a couple of more developers to be involved, then we can make Fetals available to more countries,” said Fetalytz’ Devan Deanna.
“Fetal is an amazing app that’s a great way to provide safe pregnancy and birth for women.”