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What Others Are Saying
iBaby has been at the forefront of smart home monitoring ideas and solutions ever since the debut of the iPhone and the advent of 3G network coverage back in 2011.
iBaby’s newest monitor is touted as being the most robust viewer in the market. Setup is a simple plug-and-play affair for both the device and the mobile app
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iBaby to use new Apple technology – Examiner
iBaby Featured on Today Show – Today Show
iBaby Monitor M2 First Look – TechCrunch
iBaby’s Newest Family Member – Engadget