Owlet on the Go | Features You Should Be Using
Parents love the Owlet app and the freedom it gives them to check in on their little one from anywhere around the world (hence the nickname “Owlet on the Go”)! And believe it or not, the app is jam-packed with more features than just checking in. Now that the app is available for both Android and Apple devices, even more parents can join in on the peace of mind. Read on to learn more about the Owlet app and features that parents are raving about below!
Check Battery Life
Wondering if you’ll need to charge the sock before nap time? You can check the battery life in the app. Just go to settings and at the bottom-left corner of the page and you will see a percentage charge left in the sock. Note: Make sure the sock is NOT plugged into the Base Station when you check for battery life. Otherwise the app will just say “Charging” to indicate the sock is charging.
Turn the Base Station On/Off
You’re already snuggled up under the covers and you forgot to turn the Base Station on? No worries! Just open the app up to the home page and in the left corner you will see a Base Station graphic. Just press that little Base Station button and it will turn the Base Station on or off.
View Live Vitals & Remote Monitoring
Ok we’ve already mentioned this one, but how cool is it that you can check your baby’s live vitals from (literally) anywhere in the world! Baby has a stuffy nose and want to see if they are alright? No problem. Just open up the app and see for yourself!
Designed to Notify from Your Smartphone
Your Base Station is the primary notification system. But just to have an extra line of precaution, your smartphone is also designed to notify you if baby’s heart rate or oxygen levels fall out of range. You can see what these alerts will look like by going to Settings > Alarms > About Alarms in the app.
If you don’t already have an Owlet, don’t miss out on these exclusive app features. Join parents who are getting peace of mind and a little more sleep and order Owlet!
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The Smart Sock comfortably wraps around your baby’s foot to track heart rate and oxygen levels using clinically-proven pulse oximetry. The base station glows green to let you know everything is okay but will notify with lights and sounds if something appears to be wrong.
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