Friday, May 13, 2016

Snug Baby Monitor for Smartphones #Amazonreview

Oma loves that you can easily connect this video baby monitor to your home Wifi network and smartphone. You just plug in the camera, download the free app, enter the camera details and your router password. Then you are secure and ready to view your baby’s activities both day and night.

You do not need to monitor the screen because the app gives you alerts when motion is detected. You can even set the sensitivity of the app. For added security, you have the option to enter a custom password. It is very convenient to keep an eye on your baby via your phone and the high video quality makes that stress-free.

Product Description

  • ENSURE YOUR BABY STAYS SAFE and secure at all times with our FREE included App. Easily check on them with your iPhone, iPad, Android tablet or Android phone
  • SIMPLE TO SET UP: Camera connects to your home WiFi network in only a few minutes. Then control the video camera from your smartphone or tablet wherever you are
  • MOTION AND AUDIO DETECTION: Audio and motion detection alarms can be set so you don't have to watch the screen, alerts will be sent to your phone or tablet
  • NIGHT VISION: See your baby in the dark to check they are OK. There is also a two way microphone so you can hear and talk through the camera
  • QUICK ONLINE SUPPORT from the snugtogether website to help you get set up and troubleshoot if needed. Official iPhone and Android App available for free download from App Store/Google Play Store

Snug Together Website


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1 comment:

  1. So cool! The best they had when my kids were babies were audio monitors. have a peek at this web-site


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