Los Angeles, California, January 13, 2022 — Cubtale, the revolutionary infant connected care tracking device, today announced it has been named #1 on USA Today’s Reviewed “The Coolest Parenting Tech Coming in 2022,” received a USA TODAY Editor’s Choice Award and the Peachscore Startup Award for “The Most Innovative Pre-Seed Startup at CES.” The announcements were made during CES 2022, Jan 5-8, the world’s most influential technology event.
“We are very excited that our Cubtale Baby Tracker App and Cubs have been recognized as being among this year’s most innovative products seen on the CES 2022 show floor,” said Selin Tamer, Founder of Cubtale. “The selection of our product validates the mission of our incredible engineering and design teams to empower caregivers by providing transparency to care data while reducing information silos between caregivers. Newborn parents will find comfort in Cubtale”
The Cubtale Baby Tracker App and Cubs, is a care coordination platform that offers a simple way to track and manage your baby’s daily care activities such as breastfeeding sessions, bottle amounts, medicine intakes, sleep durations, growth and more. Cubs can be freely placed where activities happen for quick access and a simple button press gets logs translated for parents, caregivers and experts in the Cubtale App. Cubtale also supports voice, smart watch and app logging while providing tips for newborn and expecting parents.
- USA TODAY CES Editor’s Choice Award 2022: https://www.usatoday.com/picture-gallery/tech/reviewed/2022/01/07/ces-editors-choice-awards-top-tech-ces-2022/9120409002/
- Peachscore Startup Award, “The Most Innovative Pre-Seed Startup at CES”: https://twitter.com/Peachscore
- Reviewed, “The Coolest Parenting Tech Coming in 2022”: https://www.reviewed.com/parenting/news/coolest-tech-products-for-kids-and-parents
The Cubtale Baby Tracker App is available now for use and the Cubs will be available on the market in early Q1 2022. Additional information about Cubtale can be found on Cubtale.com or @cubtale across social media.