AILA for Parents is a free mobile app for AILA Sit & Play. Monitor your toddler,
set or rate learning sessions, send photos, video, and monitor the screen
time. Features: - Control three modes of learning: Broadcast for exposure,
Learning Sessions for personalized content and Lullaby fo...
This may be the best thing I purchased for my 18 month old... EVER. I love being able to check in and see he eyes coordinate with what is on screen (I can really see she is understanding lesson when she cannot verbally tell me at this age). The characters are great, curriculum is age appropriate, and interaction is great! I love using this every day and she loves it so much she gets upset when I put it up (which is normal for toddlers). You can send mail and Mr. Goose gets it out of mail box! I like that it make her learn to sit to learn, instead of like the iPad where she walks around and is distracted most of the time. Lullaby mode is so sweet and catchy. I actually catch myself watching and singing along with her. I love that I can turn it off with app on phone (helps with her not having a tantrum because she thinks I am taking it away). I am one happy parent! Highly recommend. Can’t wait to see what is offered in the future!!!
So far I am in love with AILA. Just a few things I wish it had. First is that I wish the app could support multiple devices as I have 3 young children. I already have 2 devices and would purchase a third if the app would support more than one device. Second, I really would love to see this device have kindergarten/ first grade curriculum:) Other than that I love it! Please add multiple device feature so I can purchase more than 2 devices as I only have an iPhone and an iPad to check in on my kiddos.
Easy to use
The interface of the app is really straightforward and easy to use. I was concerned after gifting this to my brother for his 1 year old (he’s not as tech savvy), but he’s since told the set up was easy and he loves being able to monitor my nephews progress from his phone - said he uses it almost daily. AILA is a much needed distraction and educational tool for his child, especially with both parents working from home while looking after him.
Convenient & User-Friendly
With the latest updates, I can see what my niece learned and reinforce the lessons throughout the day. I can also turn off the device from a distance when it’s time for “oopsie, I guess we’re done!”
Doesn’t seem to work
The App doesn’t seem to do much at all. It doesn’t easily change from broadcast mode to lullaby, it also doesn’t stop the learning session when I oust stop. Starting a learning session takes forever. I don’t see the ability to have the sessions play one after another, in fact the settings section is empty besides unpairing and resetting the device. It’s also not tracking learning sessions. Overall needs significant work.
App rarely works
Start learning session only seems to work when the device is first powered on. After it switches back to broadcast mode you cannot switch it to lullaby or start a new session no matter how long you let it spin. Check in has only worked twice and sending content to the device has never worked. Remote power off has also never worked.
New updates working great
We really like the Learning Session Completed details. Allows us to see what content was covered so that we can reinforce it during our daily routines.
Works well with my device
It works and I am able to turn off the device from my app. It allows me to take control from distance. Cool stuff!
Awesome! Highly recommend
Got for my baby’s 1st birthday. Interactive, fun, no ads and you can follow your baby’s progress.
The app worked once and now it doesn’t do anything. The device itself is stuck of reading the same book over and over. I try starting a session and it just shows a loading circle.
Love this product
Our son loves this product and interacts so well with it.
Pretty amazing so far!
First, I want to give just a bit of a backstory. I am a Mother of 3 amazing kids. They are 18, 15, and 2! Yes, I said 2. I started all over again, and fortunately, there are more resources, such as the AILA Sit and Play, to help your child learn along the way. All of the children were born early, with the youngest born at a tender 31 weeks. Fast forward 2 years and I have a healthy and happy toddler! It is my ultimate goal to immerse him in learning as much as possible in way that is simulating and fun at the same time. I have been homeschooling my oldest for 6 years now, but the way the content is presented on the computer fails to keep her attention. I been having the same problem with my 2 year old until AILA Sit and Play. I received the system in the mail and opened it up to find a device that was made of wonderful quality. As per the directions, I tried to scan the barcode and sync to the device to my Samsung Galaxy Note android device. After trying several times, inputting the serial number, updating everything, and reinstalling the app, it was time to reach out to customer service. I found the customer service number in the pamphlet that was included with the device. I called first thing this morning and reached a voicemail service. I was please that I did not have to go through automated prompts or sit on hold. After less than 3 hours, I received a phone call from support! It person on the line was very positive, informative, and patient. I explained the issue with syncing the device with my current cellphone (Samsung Galaxy Note 10) and informed him that I did successfully sync the device with my old phone, which is the IPHONE 7. I placed the device on a table to see how my son would respond. He seemed to not want to engage initially, because he wanted to hold it and tap on the screen. So, I put him in his playpen with the device facing him. The AILA Sit and Play was not even on a full 8 minutes and my son was making the letter “G” sound! I was in disbelief, and told his Father to listen to him too! It was indeed TRUE!! Our son kept repeating the sound and giggled at our excitement. I shared this news with the customer service representative that called me back. He sounded just as excited for us too! I questioned the order that the information was presented in the program, as it started at the letter “G” versus “A” that is common with most of the alphabet songs. I was told that the object is for the child to learn the letter and the sound of the letter, and that made total sense to me. The “G” sound was much easier for my son to make. As far as the syncing issue, that will be followed up on by another service representative that was unavailable at the time, but I was enlightened to hear that there will not even be a need to sync with another device by the end of July 2020! Everything has been so amazing so far with the AILA Sit and Play and the team members. Well done and I look forward to more developments in the future!
App dont work!
Iv only got the app to work once! Got the check in to work once! Also only got the send mail to work once! Iv tried to shut off the Aila with the app cant get it to work either. I think the app is a really good concept if it would work but it dont. Im using the app on a Iphone XS Max.
Yes. AILA for Parents is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 47 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.1/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for AILA for Parents Is 41.7/100.
Yes. AILA for Parents is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 47 AILA for Parents User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for AILA for Parents Is 41.7/100.
AILA for Parents works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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