Baby Monitor 3G Blog

Baby Monitor 3G Brings Night Mode and Video Zoom

Because we always put our customers first, we are constantly working on improving our apps. We appreciate your ideas and suggestions you’ve been sending us all along. Therefore we are now releasing the latest update of the Baby Monitor 3G app to provide the best reliable service to all of our customers.

 

We are excited to share what the newest updates are!

 

NIGHT MODE

Night Mode enables to turn the light of the screen down, so you can check the phone during the night without being blinded by the glare or waking up your significant other. On the screen, you will see the time, current activity of your baby as well as past activities and a battery level of the Baby Station. All of the past activities can be played retrospectively, so there’s no sound you would be missing.

 

 

ZOOM

We love to make our customers’ wishes, and dreams come true, and therefore we bring you the Video Zoom. It has been one of the most requested features of Baby Monitor 3G. This new update enables the user to zoom in and out to see the baby closely and basically any part of his or her bedroom (just use pinch or tap to zoom in the video mode). That gives the parents a better opportunity to check if the baby is safe.    

 

CONNECTION ALERT SOUND SETTINGS

Last but not least, Connection Alert Sound settings have been improved to provide more flexibility in setting and choosing a suitable sound for connection error. It brings three new variants – a classic sound, a discreet sound which is proper for quiet places and nights or you can turn the sound down entirely. Also, the update allows you to customize the delay of the alert sound so that you will not be notified with every few second outage when using on bad hotel WiFi.

 

Check all new features in this video! 

Have you already tried the app with its update? Let us know what you think about it and if you’re happy with it. Your baby matters the most, so we do our best to bring you the safest and the most reliable applications.

 

What do you think?