First Response Reveals Bluetooth Pregnancy Test

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LAS VEGAS — Wondering if you’re pregnant? Well, there’s an app for that. We know what you’re thinking — do I tinkle on my phone?!

Heck, no! Ha.

First Response is trying to make its traditional pregnancy tests more calming for women by creating ones with Bluetooth connectivity. After downloading the app, you answer a few questions about whether or not you want to be pregnant. Your answers determine HOW you get the results.


So, instead of seeing a positive or negative result on the pregnancy stick, you get three options via the app: “Educate Me,” “Entertain Me” or “Calm Me.”

Pretty cool, huh?

First Response debuted its Pro Digital Tests at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. The app is free, but the tests will cost you $15 to $22.