Toymail sends & receives messages to your kids instantly

Toymail sends & receives messages to your kids instantly

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Toymail is a smart toy that sends messages to and from kids. It's basically like email or text messages for kids but way, WAY cooler. Parents, grandparents and loved ones can send messages directly to their kids from their iPhone. Kids receive messages at home from the adorable toy Mailmen. They'll snort, whine, howl, and growl to let your child know they've got mail.


Meet the adorable little Mailmen-Snort, Fairfax, Buck, Rochester, and Milksop. They come in a line of colorful, four-inch-tall, Wi-Fi-enabled toys that allow you to send messages to your munchkins in real time. These toys are made with child-safe materials like ABS and PVC plastic. It runs simply on 4 AA batteries.

How it works

 First, download the Toymail App on your iPhone or iPad for free. Then, connect Mailmen to your home WiFi network and you're ready to go! You simply record a voice message using the Toymail app from anywhere in the world, hit send, and The Mailmen toy will speak them back in their funny voice, or you can use choose to use your own voice. When your child receives a message through the Mailmen, they can reply right from the toy. This reply goes directly to your phone. How many times have you wanted to check in with your child directly while she's at home with the sitter and you're at the office?

Want to learn more about Toymail?

Miss Meatball can show you how it works.

Toymail & Mailmen are suitable for kids ages 3 and up. Currently, it works with iPhone 4, 4S running iOS 5 or any iPod Touch with iOS 5, 6, and 7. The Android app will be available in 2014. The App is free and you can purchase unlimited messaging for $2.99 per month.

Toymail is on my list of top tech toys for the holidays! The folks at Toymail are gearing up for the holidays, so your kids can get this awesome tech gift just in time for Christmas. Think this smart toy is as incredible as I do? You can back up Toymail's kickstarter campaign and preorder your toy here.


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