Baby Bedtime Music

Some of my friends recently became parents. With all the joy and happiness that being a new parent means, there are not surprisingly a few complaints about the disrupted and poor nights of sleep. Baby has certainly changed their lives for the better but baby’s sleep is usually an issue.

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Luckily there are plenty of Baby Apps for iPad. For this post I will be discussing 3 free lullaby Apps. The Apps offer in-app purchases or can be upgraded to the full version with more melodies and no ads.


Sleepy Sounds

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Sleepy Sounds lets you play lullabies, white noise, nature sounds or even your own music to help your baby fall asleep. You can set up a timer or let the music play indefinitely.

While the music is being played, the app displays stars falling through the screen with a changing background colour.


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Baby’s Music Box

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Baby’s Music Box displays puppets floating in space while lullabies and bedtime melodies are being played.

To start the lullabies, you pull a “string” from the puppet and the music plays for up to 10 minutes. Tapping on the screen you can select different puppets and tunes. Paid melodies are marked with a $ sign.
Tapping the telescope changes the sky pattern.

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My First Lullaby

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My First Lullaby plays different melodies while displaying a soothing animation of a child sleeping on a rocking moon. The free version comes with only 3 songs and lets you play tunes up to 2 minutes.

The full version is available from the App Store for $2.99. The App has a fade option that slowly lowers the volume of the song over time to help your baby fall asleep. Hmmm… I’m yawning already…

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