QUByte Interactive today introduces Baby Jones 1.0 for iOS, their 3D, animated puzzle game where players try to guide a toddler as he crawls by strategically moving objects in the environment. Players must anticipate the baby’s path as he is drawn to toys, open spaces, and candy. From a 3/4 overhead view with a wide-angle lens, the game view onscreen automatically follows the baby, creating always entertaining visual effects. Ideal for casual gamers, it includes 30 puzzles and four environments.
Independent app developer, Martin Man, today announces the release of Best Baby Monitor 1.0 for iOS. Best Baby Monitor turns any of your two iOS devices, into a Wi-Fi video baby monitor, capturing live video and clear audio with one device, and transmitting it over Wi-Fi or personal hotspot to the other device. Automatic discovery and zero configuration ensure that your devices pair easily and stay connected all the time. The app comes with three lullabies to soothe your little one to sleep.
Initial figures have been released demonstrating the ability of the Baby Birthday iPhone app to accurately predict when an expectant mother will deliver. Babies are rarely born on their due date. Baby Birthday for the iPhone predicts the real delivery date based on the mother’s medical history, exam, and progress through pregnancy. Results? 58% of mothers deliver on the predicted date! This is 11 times more accurate than the due date alone. This app outperforms the due date 83% of the time.
Independent developer Nathan Parks today introduces Kick to Pick 1.0 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Kick to Pick randomly cycles through thousands of baby names whilst monitoring a baby’s movements to sense any signs of enthusiasm there may be. Any kick detected by the program will then stop the cycle at the baby’s chosen name, ready for the parents to accept their child’s choice or dismiss the name and start their search again.
ducktv introduces babyLOG 1.0 for iOS, a free baby journal designed to be a practical companion for the heavy multitasking that is generally recognized as motherhood. babyLOG is a handy app letting moms log their baby’s physical development from conception to toddler age, with useful week-by-week health tips. babyLOG is optimized for full one-hand operation. The use of interface graphics and control gestures that mimick universally recognized metaphors make it extremely easy to use for anyone.
Florida based creative team The iPhone App Lab releases BabyBaby Steps 1.0 for iOS. BabyBaby Steps allows users to quickly record, store and share a baby’s key milestones. Developed with the busy parent in mind, users can easily capture photos, videos, and audio along with a timestamp of when their baby’s milestone occurred. Completed milestones are forever stored in the app’s archive, and can be quickly shared with a preset list of loved ones via Facebook, Twitter, SMS and Email.
TappyTaps today announces Baby Monitor & Alarm 2.0, a new version of their monitoring app for iOS. This application is a tool for helping parents with babysitting. In basic mode it can monitor noise in the room and and call to another phone whenever the noise rises above a specified level. Version 2.0 brings new and innovative features, including the ability to send every noise your child makes to email, a ‘Sweet Dreams’ function for making your child fall asleep easily, and more.
Marshiware today released Night Bliss 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. With the help of Night Bliss, parents can have an easier time with the seemingly challenging task of getting baby to sleep. By associating sights and sounds with going to sleep, Night Bliss can aid in helping a baby fall asleep. Night Bliss achieves this by using a slow moving animation of a sheep together with a soothing lullaby tune.
Arizona based Dapper Gentlemen has released Ugly Meter Baby Edition for iPhone. Based on the controversial Ugly Meter app, this new edition is specific to determine the ugliness of babies and small children. Using the device camera, the picture is analyzed for cuteness or ugliness and give a rating from 1-10. It uses a screen guide to line up the picture perfectly for best results. Based on the camera feed, facial features are scanned to determine the rating of cuteness or ugliness.
Swag Soft LLP today released Katakune Super Flash Cards 1.0, a new iPhone app featuring a set of more than 170 beautifully rendered 3D graphics baby flash cards, designed to help babies and toddlers learn new words. Every flash card also comes with a voiceover to let young kids learn how to pronounce the corresponding featured item. Categories can be toggled on and off to design a child’s learning curriculum and an built-in testing feature allows kids to be tested on what they have learned.
Allapps today released iBaby (Perfect Parent) 1.05 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. iBaby allows users to select the gender and ethnicity of a child then are presented with a virtual newborn to care for. iBaby provides a life-like parenting experience, which is not only educational but as entertaining as life with any baby can be. The iBaby cries when it needs something and the virtual parents must tend to the problem, just like in real life.