dA Baby PressKit

What is dA Baby?

dA Baby is a delightful newborn activity tracker app with colorful charts on iPhone.

Free features

  • Track newborn activities: track a variety of newborn activities, including nursing, diaper, sleeping, bottle, pumping, and solid.
  • Built-in timers: track nursing with a built-in timer.
  • Daily pattern charts: view daily pattern charts with color coded activities to see how the days are spent.
  • Daily trend charts: view daily trend charts to see how your newborn is growing.
  • iCloud sync: all data are synced with iCloud across Apple devices.
  • Light and dark modes: the app looks gorgeous in both light and dark modes. And the dark mode is especially handy when feeding at night.

Premium features

  • iCloud share: share newborn profiles with partners or caregivers, to track activities together without sharing a device or iCloud account.
  • Multiple newborn profiles: track activities with multiple newborn profiles.
  • 60 custom app icons: the app provides a total of 60 custom app icons, with different skin tones, backgrounds, and headwears. 4 of them are provided for free.


The app is available for free to download, with non-personalized ads without tracking. Premium features with ads removed are available for a one-time $9.99 in-app purchase.

About me

dA Baby is designed and developed by me, Dolee Yang. I live in Menlo Park, California with my wife and daughter. The idea came from when our daughter was born and we were searching for a newborn activity tracker with a good taste. But we couldn’t find one with a great first launch experience. As a result, we just went back to pen and paper. We no longer need one for our daughter, but the lack of a great activity tracker app still bothered me. So I got my hands dirty during my nights and weekends outside of my jobby job, and launched an MVP version. This is just the beginning, and I have so many ideas of what dA Baby could become.

What does “dA” mean?

dA stands for DoleeArts, my umbrella brand for all of my apps. It is pronounced as two letters, D, A.

Any questions?

If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to contact me via email or twitter.