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- Say goodbye to guesswork. Sproutling is the first wearable baby monitor that senses, learns and predicts a baby's sleep patterns and optimal sleep conditions.
-What People are Saying...
Sproutling has been featured on Wall Street Journal, Time, Wired, Mashable, TechHive, BGR, Engadget, The Verge, FastCompany, CNET, USA TODAY, NBC, San Francisco Chronicle, The Guardian, The Daily Beast, and more!
“In a word, the device is amazing. And as one of those Millennial moms, I want one.” - by Brandy Zadrozny for The Daily Beast
“Given the attention around both wearable sensors and smartphone apps, it’s not surprising that a team has come up with a completely new notion of a baby monitor. What is surprising, though, is that the idea seems like quite a good one.” - by Wilson Rothman for Wall Street Journal
“Rewarding as it is, being a new parent can be really scary – which is why most first time moms and dads are more than willing to seek all the help they can get. With this in mind, some Apple and Google alums have teamed behind a San Francisco startup called Sproutling…” - by Edward C. Baig for USA TODAY
“Parenting in the 21st century isn't too much different than parenting in the decades before it, but if Sproutling [is] successful, it might just be slightly less stressful for new parents.” - by Dan Seifert for The Verge
“This kind of data-driven monitor makes more sense than using a crippled walkie-talkie for someone who can neither walk nor talk, or a fuzzy video feed you have to watch constantly.” - by Dan Tynan for Yahoo Tech
“It’s great that Sproutling is offering this type of machine-learning technology as it sounds like this will be a godsend for parents to catch an extra few hours of sleep before their baby requires attention.” - by Julian Chokkattu for TechCrunch
“If they’re right that high-tech tools can keep parents calm instead of adding to the stress of parenting, Sproutling could have a winner on its hands.” - by Sarah Begley for TIME
“The first thing to know about Sproutling is that it’s not for the baby. It’s for the parents. Every touchpoint—both physical and digital—is crafted with overwhelmed parents in mind.” - by Margaret Rhodes for Wired