Find highly reviewed, suitable breastfeeding locations so you will always know the most breastfeeding friendly places in town!
We'll show you all the reviewed venues on a handy map. We've even made sure you can use the app single handed, just incase your busy with the baby!
You can record your feeds and get graphs and statistics on your breastfeeding habits so you know can keep track of you and your baby's natural cycle.
Each venue will include reviews from a community of other breastfeeding mothers so you know exactly where's good for you!
Can't find a breastfeeding location? Why not add your own and share with the Feed-Finder community!
We’re a team of researchers in the Digital Interaction group at Newcastle University. We’ve designed and built FeedFinder as part of a research project. We’re particularly interested in understanding what your experience of using FeedFinder are and how you would improve it in the future.
When you use the app you will be asked to supply an email address. This email address will be kept confidentially on a secure server by Newcastle University. We will not share your email address with anyone else. We will contact you using this email address to invite you to an interview or focus group where we will ask you to tell us about your experiences of using FeedFinder. You are under no obligation to take part in this interview and if you would prefer not to be contacted by a researcher then please send an email to email@example.com.
We will log data about how you use FeedFinder, including what features you use and when you use them. This data again will be kept anonymously on a secure server by Newcastle University. This means that it will not be possible for us to link your use of FeedFinder to your email address. FeedFinder also includes a short questionnaire which will display one simple question for you to answer every three weeks during the first 12 weeks that you use it. This questionnaire has been designed to help us quickly and easily understand how useful you are finding FeedFinder. If you chose to respond to this questionnaire your answers will be kept anonymously on a secure server by Newcastle University. We hope to use an analysis of the collected log data and questionnaire responses in research publications. You will not be personally identifiable in any of these publications through this data.
If you have any questions about the research project then please contact: Madeline Balaam at madeline.balaam[@]ncl.ac.uk