Your smartphone, which is like a black hole of functionality that consumes lesser devices whole at an alarming rate, has claimed the baby monitor receiver as its latest victim. With WeMo, parents can access audio (not video) from the device placed in their child’s room. That audio can be streamed over a 3G/4G connection or a Wi-Fi connection to any iOS device (the app compatible with the device is currently only available for iOS).
The app is free, but the device uses a baby monitoring service provided by Evoz, and you will need to pay for that. The Evoz Premium Service app upgrade costs $9.99 per month, or $59.99 for one year. The WeMo Baby device itself will sell for about $90 in early November from a variety of stores and online shops.