January 29, 2009 – BabySight 2.0 uses the WiFi network to transmit audio/video monitoring signals over the boundary of home/office networks. The existing customers have given free upgrades immediately after its update in App Store, however those who are upgrading from v1.x should download the new BabySight Desktop (2.0) application, too. For details, please visit the Official Website.
For current and new customers of BabySight for iPhone, we’ve publicly released a new desktop application. This version magically improves the performance and resolved the frequent crash issue in specific situations, while seamlessly working with BabySight iPhone application v1.0 in App Store.
In the near future, BabySight v2.0 (with the capability of monitoring from outside of your home network) is going to be published, and all the existing customers will be given a FREE upgrade.
December 10, 2009 – BabySight uses the WiFi network at home to send sound/images to the iPhone or iPod touch. This eliminates the interference issue which is the biggest concern parents have about baby monitors. Additionally, BabySight a has night vision feature which allows moms to see the baby in a dark room, and takes music from iTunes music library and plays the baby’s favorite sleepy time song remotely from the iPhone or iPod touch. For details, please visit the Official Website.
December 6, 2009 – With Social Rhythm it not only surveys your daily fortune for recreational purpose but it can also analyze any future day’s compatibility chart on a specific topic such as planning crucial meeting, buy a lottery ticket together or going out on a date. For details, please visit the Official Website.