Jerusalem, Israel – Parents2ParentsApps, developers of mobile applications for babies and their parents, is proud to announce that they have released “Bayu-Bay”, a Russian version of their popular iPhone application “Sound Sleeper.” (Bayu-bay is basically the Russian equivalent of a lullaby phrase like “Hush, little baby”)
“Bayu-Bay” and “Sound Sleeper” help babies get to sleep by playing soothing tones like rain, womb sounds, the ocean and many more, according to a timer and volume preset. Not only that – at night the apps listen for the baby and start playing the sound parents have chosen, automatically, and for a set time period – the instant baby begins to cry.
“There are many white noise applications on the mobile market”, says Michael Feigenson, founder of the company, “but our unique ‘listen’ mode really sets Sound Sleeper apart. We developed it based on our own needs, and this app saved us many times at night during our baby’s first year. Since we released version 1.1 (the current version is 1.4, and version 2.0 is in the works), the feedback we get from parents all over the world is very inspiring.”
After recognizing the strong business opportunity on the Russian mobile market, Parents2ParentsApps developed a Russian version of “Sound Sleeper”, dubbed “Bayu-Bay” (pronounced “bayou-bye”). “Mobile device usage in Russia is among the highest in the world”, says Feigenson, “and we wanted to reach an audience of young Russian parents. ‘Sound Sleeper’ is in use by thousands of contented parents all over the world and we are looking forward to seeing the reception of ‘Bayu-Bay’ by Russian-speaking users.”
“We will be happy to send promotion codes to anyone interested in reviewing our work”, notes Feigenson.
* iPhone or iPad
* iOS 5 or later
* 9.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
The free version of “Bayu-Bay” is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Lifestyle category and the upgrade to the full version is available via an in-app purchase.
Parents2ParentsApps is a mom and pop, family business that creates mobile applications for babies and their parents. Founded this year by Michael and Miriam Feigenson, a young Israeli couple of Russian and American origin, they build sophisticated yet user-friendly apps that answer their own needs as well as those of other young parents. Copyright (C) 2012 Parents2ParentsApps. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.