Baby World High Contrast Cards

Support your newborn’s development from their birth and discover fascinating things about your baby. A must-have application for all babies up to 12 months of age!

Read more to learn about a free special bonus included in the app!

Did you know that during the first months of their life newborn only see high contrasts (like black and white)? Their vision is blurry and they cannot see colors, which is why 1babies most often ignore colorful pictures and focus on simple, contrasting patterns and illustrations instead.

Following our research and cooperation with child development specialists and long tests with children and parents, we have created a set of high-quality, contrasting flashcards to capture your baby’s attention.

Take care of your child’s development from their first months of their life! You can use Baby World app to show them pictures designed specifically for newborns and young babies, tell them stories about the surrounding world or calm them down. It is a great way to create a strong bond with your child while spending quality time with them.

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FEATURES:
– a free set of black and white images for newborns
– a free set of images with red, yellow or green (first colors your baby will be able to see)
– additional sets of high-contrast illustrations are available for purchase (over 100 2flashcards!)
– two modes available: autoplay the flashcards or change them manually
– soothing, baby-friendly music in the background

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FREE BONUS!!! Have you ever wondered how your baby sees the world? Now you can look at the world through your child’s eyes! Select their age and check out how your baby sees you, their room or their favorite toy! You can save the photo and share it with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!
In addition, if you have Google Cardboard (or similar headset), you can use it with the app to find out how your baby sees the world in virtual reality! Please make sure your goggles have camera access (camera on the back of the phone is not covered). If it is, try folding it or removing a part of the cardboard goggles to make it work.

Infant’s eyes don’t have the ability to focus on near objects. Keep the device at a distance of 8 to 12 inches from your baby’s eyes.

Download Baby World High Contrast Cards on Android:

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Download Baby World High Contrast Cards on iOS:

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