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Pregnancy tests are going high tech.

First Response makes traditional home pregnancy tests. Now they are introducing a Bluetooth version.

The app would let the woman know if the test is working properly, and if the product was used correctly.

The app will work with the iPhones and androids.

The company says the app will also give an estimate due date and suggested questions the expectant mother can ask the doctor.

The new test will be available in the spring. It will cost from $15-$25. The app is free.