4moms makes parents’ lives easier with its dramatically better, high-tech baby
gear. The 4moms app gives parents the option to customize their 4moms product
experience with unique features like: ■ mamaRoo • Remote Control –
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I think that 4MOMS should make prior app version available for their original mamaRoo 4 owners! Basically the new app only works with the newest model and is hit or miss from reviews from those new model owners. Customer service states that their is a Bluetooth chip error requiring a new base ( not avail on older mamaRoo models with Bluetooth option) or new Roo purchase. Total scam!! Don’t buy because Bluetooth doesn’t work! If it is a new model- I warn you that the Bluetooth option will only work until the next model is released; you too will find yourself paying for an option not available at that app update! Very frustrating and unprofessional. Shame on you 4MOMS! Boo!
Too many invasive questions and data collected by an app just to control a baby device. There’s no legitimate reason they need your email, full name, child’s date of birth, product serial number and date of manufacture to control something via Bluetooth. I understand why they may want to ask, but it won’t let you bypass it and still use the app. Despite the claims that it’s being used for recalls and product safety, it’s a blatant information grab to monitor the use of their products and gather marketing data.
The app works okay, the Bluetooth connection is a hit or miss. There’s times when it wants to work and other times where it doesn’t want to connect which can get annoying specially when I’m really to put my baby down, but what bothers me the most is the fact that only one user can have control of the mamaroo so my husband has to get into my phone to make a change if I’m busy. Or even when I leave the babysitter she can’t use the app unless I completely disconnected from the app. SO Annoying!
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