Mommy Saver: High Contrast Bab

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About this app

Calming and joyful sensory experience:
- High contrast images
- Variety of movements and shapes
- Variety of interactions to keep it interesting
- Game changes at just the right speed to engage your baby
- Classical music (can be muted) More music options in the paid version
- NO ADS! MommySaver is ad-free.

Black-and-white baby visual stimulation to calm your baby. In some cases, crying babies are instantly calmed. This (ad-free) app cycles through a variety of these animations ("games") at just the right speed to keep your little one engaged.

Bright colors add highlights. Different touch responses in each game engage more interactive babies and toddlers.

High contrast visual stimulation, especially black and white images, is much easier for infants to process. For them, it is a soothing point of clarity in a confusing new world.

It's a simple app, but it's so effective at calming a fussy baby that users call it the best baby app, or "baby whisperer", or well... read the reviews yourself.

For more features, more music options, more game screens, try the Plus version:

The original Mommy Saver app was made for my son Benny.

My company, Purple Leaf Software, makes a little bit of money on the Plus Version, but the most important goal is to make your baby smile. If you have complaints or suggestions, feel free to email me personally. I respond as fast as I can, usually within minutes.

And look out for new apps from Purple Leaf Software in the coming years.
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May 16, 2022

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436 reviews
A Google user
September 2, 2019
I read about newborns needing eye coordination during the formative months and they are attuned to black and white and high contrast images. The song may be repetitive but classical music is soothing for newborns/infants. This app is not meant to do more than what it is designed to do. After 6 months or so you may need to switch to a different app for your child's interests.
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Aleah Cofer
May 12, 2021
Wort is what it says, as simple as it should be, no ads so far & even locks the screen so they can touch it w/a simple touch slide switch to get out of it. Visuals grabbed my 2mo. old's attention. Great for when ur on the phone & u desp. need a baby in ur lap to chill tf out for a sec real fast. -1star because but the icon graphics were misleading & def. No "hey bear baby sensory" animation type, kinda look they were made in microsoft paint & repeat the same loop too fast to keep it interesting.
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Purple Leaf Software LLC
May 12, 2021
Thanks for the feedback! No intent to mislead on any graphics. They were, in fact, made in Microsoft Paint. And by a software developer, not skilled in design. And speed control is on the to-do list.
Cherie Collette
July 17, 2022
When you're in the car and the baby is getting fussy, but you're almost home - this app is amazing! Turned it on, passed my phone back to my older child to show the baby, and was was calmed down for the final 5-10 minutes of our drive. Highly recommend having this app on your phone.
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