Adult video chat for iphone 5
I really wanted one with two cameras so that I could have one on the cosleeper in our room (when Anneliese was tiny she slept in there for naps, and at night) and one on her bed in her room (after a couple of months, we had her taking occasional naps in her room, and later, she started the night in her room too). I read a LOT of reviews of a LOT of cameras, and ended up settling on the Safe Baby video monitor with 2 cameras (5, but no longer being made).
I wanted the option of adding more cameras when we had more children with more rooms… Because it was digital, I hoped to avoid the static I had experienced in my babysitting job (and I did avoid that.
So that was nice to not have constant whooshing sounds coming from the monitor.
A larger viewing are on the monitor was also appealing. Because, you know, “.” So many months ago, I began searching.
“Why isn’t there a baby monitor system that works with the i Phone? It just seemed silly to me to carry around TWO touch screens, when one should work.
Still, I thought it HAD TO BE A GOOD IDEA because ever part of it made sense in my head. I wrote back with a final appeal, telling them that my blog has high google ranking and that a lot of my reviews appear in the top google results when people search for them (it’s true! It’s completely overpriced (it still is, in 2015), and the camera itself doesn’t tilt or pan, which was a feature I was hoping for since my daughter has free rein of her room. This camera is LESS THAN 0, and way better than the almost-0 Wifi Baby camera.
So I emailed the company, told them I believed in their product from what I knew of it, and that I’d love the opportunity to review it on my blog with pictures and screenshots and whatnot, so that others searching for i Phone baby monitors would be able to find my review and learn more about it, and feel more secure purchasing it. ) and reminding them that moms who are unsure but curious would love to read about first-hand experience with their product. They sent me a very rude email saying not to contact them again. But the more I looked at it and wished there were another option, the closer I came to the lightbulb moment. It just requires a bit more tech knowledge (OR this blog post, where I’ve saved you the trial and error I went through myself) to set up. (Note: I’m not endorsing NOT visiting your baby or meeting his or her needs.