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Description

Owlet Connected Care is a new companion app to the Owlet Smart Sock and Smart Sock app, that provides historical information collected from the Owlet Smart Sock. Parents can use these insights to be proactive about their infant’s health and wellbeing, make decisions based on trends and data, and chart a course for proper development. The app also allows parents to access their baby’s sleep trends and analytics - a powerful tool to help parents create bedtime routines and develop healthy sleep habits.

Owlet Connected Care requires that you own an Owlet Smart Sock (version 1 or higher), and includes:

-Heart Rate and O2 Baseline
-Daily trends
-Sleep analytics
-Red notification history
-Share a report via text, email, etc.
-Take notes

Owlet Connected Care is compatible with iOS 10+, and is optimized for iPad, iPhone 5 and up.

To order an Owlet monitor, please visit owletcare.com.

What's New

Version 2.0

This version includes the following updates:

• You now have a home tab that provides you with daily averages/totals (12 am-11:59 pm)
• Resolved a bug for sleep calculation error when creating a report.

Trends tab:

• Graphs are now scrollable, so that you can view totals and averages from any 24 hr timeframe
• Using 2-finger touch, highlight a specific timeframe to view the totals for less than 24 hrs
• Introduces sleep quality and sleep session insights

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5

3.1K Ratings

3.1K Ratings

$8 per month doesn’t by helpful support

italstal222

Had to buy the 2nd gen sock since the 1st gen only has a 10 foot range and would disconnect from the base station 5-10 times per hour. I couldn’t put it in the baby’s room for fear of a disconnect or loose sock alarm waking him. After getting the next model, it took an extra hour and multiple calls to get the 2nd sock to work with my app.

Next, I had to create a new baby profile to get it to work, and by doing so, the connected care app that I was paying $7.99 per month for stopped working even though I was told it would not. I emailed, chose Send Feedback in the app, and called support. I was told over the phone that they couldn’t assist me and that I have to email the ccsupport address for assistance. I did so, as my 6th attempt to fix the issue, and after not receiving any help after over a week, I cancelled my account. In reality, I don’t need to have the historical data of oximetry and HR, and I recommend you don’t waste $96 a year on something you won’t use. Plus, all of this money everyone complains about paying didn’t get me any help and cost me hours of effort and frustration. I want the $8 back that I didn’t use at all! Beware!

I’m frustrated, shame on this company.

Ryhoflavan

My baby was born prematurely. She has three holes in her heart. Had a nicu stay. We bought this device to help us watch over her. Yes, the alarm has gone off multiple times. Yes, I have had to rub my baby back into normal heart rhythm. Yes, I have had to rub her chest to get her breathing again. I appreciate this monitor, glitches and all. We have medical bills piling up. We have doctors appointments to pay for and then this company comes along and offers a little assurance. I was shocked to see that it didn’t offer tracking... why? Oh, because they want to make money. Got it. We are already struggling and they are making money on the fears of parents with sick children. The fear of my child dying is real. So they offer this tracking app that should already come with the sock. $8 a month...yes, I am going to pay for it... somehow. Why? because they know how to play of the fear of parents to make money. Shame on you. Shame! Shame! Shame! My daughter could die!! we are paying for heart doctors and struggling to keep our heads above water but we will figure out a way to pay for this app even tho it should be free. So wrong.

the fee

ttbear1980

When I first got owlet I was surprised they did not have tracking, which seemed like a very simple thing that should come with it. The sock being $300 is much like a fitbit device in which you pay for and tracking is included. Being a doctor in the healthcare industry, this seems so unethical and capitalistic. I work with so many parents with fertility issues and mom’s in their first year postpartum and of course some people will pay the $300 + the $8 for peace of mind, the but majority won’t. I think about the families that are strained the first year, who have so many expenses for having their child in and out of the hospital who use the owlet to have a little bit of peace and to add that on top of it is just disgusting to me. I hope in the future you will consider having more integrity.
I also think the company should invest
in having a way for the sock to hook directly to the phone for easy travel when no internet or hotel internet with weird sign on restrictions are available. I appreciate the making of the owlet and was so happy to purchase one, but once this app came out it make me think much less of the company.

Developer Response

Hi ttbear1980 - We'd love to better understand your expectations of a service like this. Please contact us at ccfeedback@owletcare.com. Thanks!

Information

Seller
Owlet Baby Care Inc.
Size
118.6 MB
Category
Lifestyle
Compatibility
Requires iOS 10.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© Owlet Baby Care
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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