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Yip Yap Debuts Pipsqueak 'Phone' for Young Kids

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Oct 23, 2012, 12:38 PM
Unlike others that have posted here, my initial thoughts are that this is a well thought out idea. You may not have a use for it yourself, but I think the yip yap at least in theory does a good job of meeting the needs of its target audience. As someone who has both been a technophile for over 20 years and currently has small children, I am always looking for safe ways to introduce my kids to current technology. I want them to be ahead as they grow up, but not at the expense of their physical, mental, or spiritual health. I'm not saying I'd buy this device- that would take a lot more research. But it is certainly intriguing.
Michael at Yip Yap

Oct 23, 2012, 8:39 PM
Hi Zpike!

Thank you for the encouragement, it means a lot to us to have the idea be received well, after nearly two years of development and keeping it a secret!

We just handed the newest prototype with newly improved buttons to our 5-year old daughter this afternoon when I got back fromt the engineers' office.

I started streaming the Disney radio channel on Pandora to Pipsqueak and she plugged in a set of my earbuds to listen. I left my phone on the kitchen bar and next thing you know Lilah is laying on her bed singing to the music in her room about 40 ft from my phone. That was one of an increasing number of instances where I have personally experienced how Pipsqueak will begin to integrate into our family.

She also had...

Oct 24, 2012, 1:58 AM
This is new. Has this ever happened on Phone scoop before?

Oct 24, 2012, 6:11 AM
Best of luck!

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