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Is it a headache of most parents that the baby caught bad cold because you are not able to just-in-time aware of that the baby kicked off the quilt during midnight? With baby quilt-kicking monitor apps, it will automatic alert you to take care of the baby once the baby kicked off the quilt; moreover, you can set the phone to receive alert call if you are sleeping in different bed and different room with your baby.
Working principle and instruction:
Place your iPhone closer to the baby with the iPhone screen facing up. Cover the iPhone and the baby with the quilt. The iPhone proximity (infrared) sensor will monitor and detect when the baby kicks off the quilt and the phone exposes outside. And it will sound an alarm to alert the parents.
Just press one button will start the baby monitor.To stop the alarm, simply place the phone under the quilt and the phone will resume monitoring the baby.
Note: This feature is only available for iPhone, does not support the iPod or iPad yet. If you use the iPad to download, you can download it free again later on the iPhone. .
Video Monitor - Prevent baby out of view:
Tap or pan anywhere on screen to set virtual cordon.
Long press and move to erase cordon.
When the baby crossed the virtual cordon,it will trigger an alarm
Video Monitor Baby Sleep:
When the baby wakes up,or climb out of bed,and even there is pet nearby,it willtrigger an alarm
Frequently Asked Questions:
Will there be radiation?
There are two types of radiation: ionizing radiation (such as X-rays, harmful) and ordinary radio radiation. Phone belongs to the ordinary radio radiation. There is no obvious evidence to show that the subtle radio radiation is harmful since we are always in the radiation environments somehow. If you are concerned about the radiation, you can set your iPhone to Airplane mode to turn off all radio communications, only monitor your baby and its quilt-kicking by alert alarm instead.