I received this product in exchange for reviews, but all opinions are my own.
This monitor is one of the most tech-savvy, feature-packed ones on the market. Being a wifi-connected monitor, you can view your child from the next room, or from out of town on your phone's app. This is handy, because if grandparents are over watching baby, they can be invited to view on their phones as well. (Note, you can invite them temporarily, if you're worried about them hearing temper tantrums :) The monitor's app is packed with smart features and data tracking. You can talk back to baby and even play them lullabies with a click in the app. The monitor tracks cries, which I was skeptical of because of the sensitivity in other monitors that I've tried. This one is not super sensitive like the others. With others, anytime baby sighed or coughed, I would get an alert. Now, I only see alerts after it's been about 20 seconds, and it keeps a time tracker, so that you know justs how long it has been. (Seconds feel like an eternity when baby is crying... right, mama?) The Sleep Lady partnered with Evoz in the app. If you're not familiar with her, she is a well-known sleep guru, teaching a sleep training much gentler than cry it out. In the app, you'll receive content of hers, reassuring mom (and dad) that it's ok to let baby fuss for a minute or two, because they'll normally put themselves back to sleep.The app also tracks room temperature, crying data, and allows you to enter diaper changes, feeding times, sleeping and other milestones. I like that I can keep all of this info within a single app.
Okay, now for some flaws- some have noticed a film or fog on the lens, but I have not. My picture is crystal clear. I have read before that it does matter what temperature you store these things, so I wonder if the film wasn't developed after keeping in storage without temperature control? That said, if you store it before or in between babes, keep it inside. I have noticed the app can be finicky, but a recent update seemed to fix those bugs and it has been working well ever since. The only other complaint that I haven't had an issue with is security.Some people have claimed to see their camera moving unprovoked by them. I argue that this is a user issue, not the monitor's. All wifi-based products can only be so secure. You're internet needs to be secure, as well. That goes for Alexa, Google Home, Nest, etc. Wifi monitors have so many benefits (you can watch baby when you have a sitter, can receive cry alerts, etc.), but every wifi product is at risk of hacking if you don't secure YOUR WIFI connection. If you don't know how to do this, I encourage you to find a professional to secure your connection.
If you're into the data tracking and a super intuitive cry tracker, check this monitor out. It will save you a headache searching through the thousand of wifi monitors on Amazon.