New App Successfully Tells Parents Why Their Babies Are Crying
by N/A, 7 years ago | 2 min read
It must be incredibly frustrating having a newborn, for a number of reasons–including lack of alone time, lack of money, etc. Mostly it must be hard to have a crying baby and not knowing how to help it. Well, good news–Cry Translator is a new app that might just solve this problem.
The Cry Translator is an awesome new app.
You can check it out on the App store.
This couple shares the same fear as many new parents. What if your baby's crying and you don't know what to do for it?
Like just about anything else you can think of, there's an app for that.
The Cry Translator records 10 seconds of your baby's cries and then tells you what the infant needs.
This app can alleviate a lot of parenting fears.
The app tells the parents whether the baby's hungry, hurting, sleepy, or wet.
Supposedly it's quite accurate as well.
The app took two years to research, and its developers recorded over 200,000 crying episodes by over 100 different babies. The researchers then correlated the data to allow the app to deduce babies' needs based on their type of cry.
The app requires no medical knowledge to use effectively–it does all the work for you.
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