When you have kids at home, I think it would be better for you to have the cry translator during their infant years.
The Cry Translator technology has been tested in Spain and North America with impressive results. Based on the degree of accuracy evidenced in the studies, Biloop Technologies developed an iPhone application for consumer use.
This Cry Translator iPhone app is somehow able to interpret a baby’s cry to determine whether he or she is hungry, sleepy, stressed, annoyed, or bored. Apparently, this works because baby crying is a universal language regardless of culture.
Believe it or not, the makers of this app say it is 96 percent accurate. If you want to test that out for yourself, go to the website crytranslator.com.