WiFi Baby Monitors

BabyPing WiFi Baby Monitor Review

BabyPing WiFi Baby Monitor Review Delia Caravan
Audio Quality – 94%
Video Quality – 94%
Features – 86%
Price – 88%
Design – 96%
Support – 96%

Summary: A great WiFi monitor too bad it lacks a few important things.


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BabyPing Monitor - iPhone White

BabyPing Monitor – iPhone White


As you can clearly see in the images is that the BabyPing is probably the best looking wireless baby monitor that you can buy. The front part is made of plastic and the dome that cover the camera has a nice shape, also it has a bunch of LED lights and two whole one for the microphone and one for the light sensor.

It’s also simply to use and run because it comes with an ethernet (RJ-45) port so you can connect the cable for installation and a reset button on the side. It come with an IOS app that allows you to monitor your child from the comfort of a sofa using your iPhone or iPad, but it doesn’t support Android devices. The sad part is that you cannot monitor your baby while you are at work because the stream cannot be accessed from an outside network, but you can read more wireless monitor reviews that can be accessed.

BabyPing wifi baby monitor screen


Once you receive the monitor you simply have to connect it to the router and install the app on any mobile device, set up a password and mount it anywhere in the room where you have a socket near by because it isn’t battery-powered. The interesting part about the BabyPing is the auto night vision function that starts once it detects darkness and the video quality remains clear. It also has a USB post so you can charge your iPhone while you are in your baby’s room, this means that the monitor must be plugged in, so it’s not battery powered.

The video and audio quality are great and the night vision reach is ~12 feet which is enough to see you child sleep. It also does not have pan, tilt and zoom function like we were used to on the conventional video monitors.

The app that comes with this WiFi monitor is easy to use and won’t make any problems and have a nice alarm feature that can be set to vibrate so if you at a nice dinner you won’t disturb everybody with the alarm. You can also run the video stream in the background while you talk on the phone, text or email.

BabyPing review side view

The support is just great because on their website you will see a nice Chat Now pop up and if an operator is online you will talk with someone in a matter of seconds. Remember if you want to move the monitor to another network you must have your ethernet cable with you in order to set up the connection.

We have seen what are the good aspects of the BabyPing WiFi baby monitor but now it’s time for the downsides. One of the most important one is the delay (lag) it goes up to 4-5 seconds in this time your baby can be in distress. It doesn’t support Android devices, I know that most people are Apple fans, but if you have a Smart TV you could have watched your baby on TV. You won’t be able to talk through the microphone in your phone because it lacks the Talk Back function and lacks lullabies even though they are useless it’s a nice thing to have.

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Overall I like it, but it lacks a bunch of things that I’m quite used to so this is a problem for me if you can live without the talk back function, no Android support and video delay. The support is a big plus so as the video and audio quality, night vision, easy to use and great signal you should buy it or compare it with the WiFi Baby 3 baby monitor which offer a few improvements.


The video and audio quality is very good, the design looks good and has great night vision range. The network doesn’t feel the extra traffic and it’s very easy to use and install even if you are not a tech enthusiast.


A few bad reviews on amazon, seem pretty pricey for a product that lack many of the features we got used to from video monitors, the video stream has a small delay.


State of the art baby monitoring


A smart baby monitor always just a tap away

The free BabyPing app gets you setup in minutes,
and connected to your baby in seconds.
No hassle, no fuss, no computer required.

  • Smart Filter
  • Constant Connect
  • Simple to setup
  • Invisible Nightvision
  • Zero Interference
  • Double Layer Security
  • Alerts to suit you
  • Full colour Video

Smart Filter™


Cuts out background noise and static

The BabyPing Smart Filter™ cuts out background noise and static to give unsurpassed audio quality.

With this next generation baby monitor, there is no need to fill your life with static feedback while you try and sleep, as BabyPing will only alert you when your baby cries.

Want to hear absolutely everything? Turn Smart Filter™ off and hear everything that the BabyPing monitor can.



Instant alerts, even in the background

You want to be in constant touch with your baby, and BabyPing lets you do exactly that through its built-in technology1.

Constant-Connect™ works like an invisible tether between your iOS device and the BabyPing Video Monitor – instantly alerting you to baby cries, or letting you know if there are network problems – meaning you are always in the know.

Whether you are on a call, watching a movie, or playing a game, BabyPing uses its unique Constant-Connect™ technology to alert you and keep you reliably informed.

Simple to use & setup


Connect in seconds – easy as ABC!

BabyPing has been designed for parents like you.
Busy parents, who need to streamline their daily bulk to focus on your little bundle of joy.

We know you don’t have time to read a 100-page manual, you probably don’t even have time to eat right now – which is why BabyPing has been engineered to be super simple to setup and intuitive to use.

Our five step set-up allows you to be monitoring your baby in
minutes, not hours, giving you more time to take care of the
important things in life.

Invisible night vision


Crystal clear vision around-the-clock

BabyPing lets you view your baby whatever time of day or night it is – thanks to its automatic night vision which switches on whenever it detects darkness.

Plus, unlike other baby monitors, our night vision is invisible, so there is no light or glow to disturb your babies sleep – or yours!

Zero Interference


Won’t zap your Wi-Fi like other monitors

Ofcom, the UK communications regulatory authority, found that radio signals given off by traditional baby monitors are the number one source of Wi-Fi interference in urban areas.

As BabyPing uses your Wi-Fi network to operate, it doesn’t send off or receive any extra signals – so you’ll never hear taxi or motorcycle radios as they drive past your home or pick up your neighbours baby monitor by accident, and most importantly, your own Wi-Fi usage won’t be affected.

Double-layer security


You no longer have to worry that your neighbour with the same brand of baby monitor as you can accidentally hear yours.

BabyPing is the latest in technology, but we’re already thinking ahead about your family’s security. The BabyPing Video Monitor offers complete privacy and peace of mind thanks to its double-layer security system – leading encryption methods, plus password protection, insures you have total control over who can access your monitor.

Alerts to suit you


Audio, vibration and on-screen alerts

A crying baby in the middle of the night echoing through a baby monitor can disturb an entire household, so the BabyPing app allows you to go into vibrate or silent mode, so you can be alerted how you want to be.

The BabyPing Smart Filter™ will also cut out background noise, so even if you have the audio turned up, you will only be disturbed if your baby cries.

Full color video


See your baby in high resolution video

The BabyPing Video monitor comes equipped with a high resolution camera, allowing you to see your baby clearly. Thanks to its invisible night vision, even pictures in complete darkness have clarity and definition that puts traditional baby monitors to shame.

The crisp, clear full colour images of BabyPing allow you to view your baby like you want to – why settle for blurry?


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