Top new gadgets for parents revealed at CES2015New apps for parents to monitor their kids
12 January 2015
A host of new phone apps and gadgets unveiled at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas shows that not even babies are excluded from the current craze for tracking your well-being by smartphone.
At CES this year there were apps for everything, from warning you that you've left your baby behind in the car, to bottle holders that provide feedback to aim to reduce the symptoms of colic.
There's barely an area of your baby's life that you won't be able to monitor on your smartphone soon.
We've rounded up some of our favourite new ideas, but if your prefer your baby gadgets to be a bit less smartphone-based why not check out our reviews of the best child car seats.
Some of these innovations won't be in the UK for a while. For example, Naptime is still trying to raise funds to perfect the design of its wristbands from investors.
Even when they are, they may not come cheap – the Vigilant Rainbow toothbrush, which is available from Vigilant's website will cost £31.66. If you want a toothbrush that the whole family can use it's worth checking out our electric toothbrush Best Buys.
In the meantime, if you're looking for a new child car seat, pushchair or baby monitor – you can use our compare features and prices tool to find ones within your budget and to meet your specification – take a look at our reviews to find out which products are really worth the money.
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