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iPhone application to decipher the meaning behind a baby's cries.
The Cry Translator uses patented technology to analyze the tone and duration of the cries and match them to one of five possible types: hungry, sleepy, annoyed, stressed or bored.
It then offers tips on how to treat the child according to the type of cry.
"These five cries are universal to all babies regardless of culture or language," creators Pedro Barrera and Luis Meca state. Biloop Technologic took six years to develop the technology behind the application. The application, which takes about 10 seconds to record and analyze a cry, had over 90 per cent accuracy rate during the clinical tests with 104 infants. The application has been tested with independent third-party tests in the pediatric department of Clinic Hospital Juaneda Menorca Spain.
It is currently selling for $9.99 in Apple's iTunes App Store for the UK, US and Spain.