Best baby-naming websites/appsIn just a few weeks, Prince William and Princess Kate will be welcoming their second child into the world. Just like last time, there's lots of speculation on the baby's gender and of course, the name. Diana for a girl? Charles for a boy? In this Tech...
[MUSIC] If you're looking for the largest database to mine for names look no further than the app Baby Names. It boasts over 60,000 names and provides all sorts of additional details like name meaning, origin and even popularity. There are also all sorts of lists for inspiration. Cowboy names, old fashioned names, preppy names, you name it. A lot of people like to keep their name selections private until the birth. But if you'd like to get feedback on your short list. Then baby names by Winkpass is the app. for you. Once you find names you like. Share the link out to your friends via, Facebook, email, sms, or even twitter. The free app Baby Name Eliminator turns public opinion into something of a game. Rate names with one through five stars, and share the ones with the highest rankings with your partner or friends and family for them to chime in. Your list of contenders will get whittled down in no time. And finally, let your unborn child choose his or her own name. Download the 99 cent app Kick to Pick, and create a list of potential names. Hold your device up to your pregnant belly and a kick from the baby will pull up a winner. In San Francisco I'm [UNKNOWN] Dubois cnet.com for CNet News. [MUSIC]