How to dress your baby for outdoors? Hard to decide what your toddler should wear today?
Do you have a problem selecting the right clothes?
Meet BabyWeather app. The first outfit planner app for babies helps new parents to avoid the stress of dressing up their loved ones. Whether it is sunny, cloudy, raining, snowing or warm outside, BabyWeather suggests the ideal clothing for your baby from newborn till toddler ages. Your “what to wear today” suggestion is based on the actual weather conditions and forecasts of your current location or any other spot in the world. No need to worry about weather reports: with BabyWeather ‘s personal clothing recommendation you can go outside for a walk or to the playground with your baby in the best clothed way.
- Different outfits for your baby according to the actual weather conditions
- Outfits for babies from newborn till toddler ages
- Gender settings: girl, boy or unisex
- Tips and tricks for baby dress up
- Wardrobe for your baby with the most essential clothes
- Recommendation for „Real feel” temperature
- Real-time weather conditions
- Current location, wherever you are in the world
- Search for specific places by city names for multiple spots all around the world
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Helpful app, could use some improvements
I almost never write reviews but I wanted to for this app. As a new mom I was dumbfounded how to dress my newborn daughter to keep her comfortable. This app helps with that, but there’s a couple of features I think it could have to make it better. First, it would be nice to either save multiple locations or to have the ability to look up different locations. Second, I wish I had the option to remove certain items from the “wardrobe”, for example my daughter doesn’t have a ‘pramsuit’ (I don’t think they even make those in the USA) nor ‘rain boots’ so it would be nice to have a way for the app to stop recommending them to me. Lastly, I wish I could check to see future weather reports and get recommendations based on those. Sometimes I check the app hours before I go out, and weather can change drastically in that short time period.
Overall it is an extremely helpful app with some minor quirks and I will keep using it often, I just hope the developers add more features in the near future.
Not for northerners
The app is super conservative on layering... my baby would never put up with being in as many layers of clothing as they recommend. This app would probably be good for warmer regions but if you’re in a place that ever gets snow you will laugh at how much clothing they want you to put on your baby in the spring
Probably a great app if you’re an over the top helicopter mom
I understand putting your baby in 900,000 layers if it’s sub zero temps outside, but when it’s 45 and sunny, I’m most definitely not putting my son in a long sleeve onesie, thick tights, thick socks, fleece sleeper, boots, sweater, fleece lined pramsuit, fur gloves, and a winter hat. My kid would overheat!! Oh yeah, the app said I should top all that off with a thick blanket.
Also it said it was snowing heavily when it was
45 degrees outside. That’s kinda not possible.
- Bartha Solutions Beteti Tarsasag
- 49.3 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.