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WeMo Baby conveniently turns your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch into a baby monitor so you don't have to carry an extra device to keep in touch with your baby. It works with your existing Wi-Fi router to wirelessly stream audio from your baby's room to your mobile device. Simply download the free WeMo Baby app to your tablet or smartphone to listen to your baby while getting more done around the house or yard. You'll have more time for housework, gardening, and relaxation, and you'll know immediately when your child needs you. WeMo Baby can work with multiple mobile devices simultaneously, allowing multiple caretakers to listen in.
No need to carry a bulky monitor--just check your baby's status on your mobile device. View larger.
Connects to your Wi-Fi router and streams clear audio to your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. View larger.
Simply place the monitor in your baby's room, download the app, and connect to your Wi-Fi network. View larger.
WeMo Baby turns your iOS mobile device into a portable baby monitor so there's no need to carry an extra device. The monitor relays high-quality audio from your baby's room to your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, so you can keep tabs on your child from the kitchen, yard, or beyond.
By reassuring you that your baby is resting peacefully, WeMo Baby allows you to use your free time more productively. You'll be able to tend to household tasks, catch up with friends, or enjoy a quiet moment to yourself while your baby is resting.
Unlike a traditional baby monitor, the WeMo Baby doesn't have a range limit. Since the device works with mobile Internet networks, you can stay connected anywhere your mobile device has data service or access to Wi-Fi. So whether you're spending a night on the town or traveling for work, you can use your smartphone or tablet to check in on your baby.
For additional peace of mind, all the audio you hear on WeMo Baby is encrypted, which means it can't be picked up by someone else's mobile device. You won't have to worry about someone eavesdropping on your baby's room.
WeMo Baby can work with multiple iOS devices simultaneously, allowing multiple family members or caretakers to monitor a child at the same time. Listen in from an iPad in the living room while your partner listens on an iPhone from the front yard.
Setting up the WeMo Baby is intuitive and easy: simply place the baby monitor in your baby's room, download the app to your iOS mobile device, and connect to your existing Wi-Fi network.
The WeMo Baby works with the free, downloadable WeMo Baby app to offer useful information about your baby's status.
With an optional upgrade through Evoz, you can receive text and call notifications when your baby is crying. The upgrade also provides you with useful advice by analyzing sleeping and crying patterns, helping you better plan your baby's nap schedule.
The WeMo Baby is compatible with iOS mobile products, iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad (iOS v5.0 or higher).
WeMo Baby Monitor and power adapter.
Monitor your baby on multiple mobile devices for peace of mind. View larger.
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I couldn't get this to set up. I know why it has been discontinued. Also, the directions are vague if this will work once you are outside of the house (while you have a sitter).Published 6 days ago by Bevikins
You have to pay $49.99 a year to get notifications. For that I could get a double video monitor and have the best of both worldsPublished 15 days ago by Alyssa K.
Really difficult to use wish I had just bought the old fashion type!Published 21 days ago by big dog
I should have listened to the other reviews. The app would constantly force stop, not a viable option for a monitor at all. Returned pretty quickly.Published 2 months ago by Sean Carson
I had absolutely no trouble setting this up, and was so excited to hear how clear it was, and then night time came, and I woke up to find that it stopped "listening" by itself. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Heather Gates
Unsafe for children. This thing drops connections, if it connects at all. This device is mean for child safely and it's unreliability makes completely unacceptable for use as a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeremy E Betts