London, Jan 21 (ANI): Thanks to iPhone, you can now learn the meaning of your baby's cries.
The Cry Translator app, which costs 17,99 pounds, has been launched, and its makers claim that the application is 96 per cent accurate in interpreting cries of distress from babies.
The programme uses the iPhone's microphone to receive the sound, analyses it, and displays information about what it means on the screen, reports The Telegraph.
Researchers led by Dr Antonio Portugal Ramírez, a Spanish paediatrician, developed the project.
Siobhan Freegard, of the website Netmums.com, told The Sun: "Learning to interpret cries is part of the bonding process and forms the foundation for good communication." (ANI)