iReward Chart (App) was £2.56 now FREE on Google Play - ANDROID
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iReward Chart (App) was £2.56 now FREE on Google Play - ANDROID

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Found 27th Oct
★★★★★ Winner of "Best Parenting App" three years in a row 2010, 2011 and 2012 (2nd), via BestAppEver.com ★★★★★
★★★★★ Featured under AppStore "Busy Parents" essentials ★★★★★
★★★★★ Featured on NBC-TodayShow, CNET's top5, AOL's (ParentDish) top10 parenting app, CNN-Money ★★★★★

iRewardChart makes it easy to reward your children for good behavior and keep them motivated.

1. Type their name,
2. Select a few tasks from our list of suggestions, and
3. Reward their accomplishments with a single tap in the weekly chart
(* The sync between devices got launched on iOS platform, and is coming to Android soon)
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When stars have been earned, your child can pick from the default list of suggested rewards, or you can setup your own custom rewards especially tailored for each of your children, like "£2 Pocket Money" or "One Hour Of TV".

Children love to feel responsible, challenged and respected. But most children don't like being told what to do... iRewardChart also allows you to set up abstract goals like "Patience" and "Sharing With Others", so rewards teach the virtues you want your child to learn.

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➔ NBC-TodayShow: "Products that help morning routines..."
➔ CNET: "Five must-have iPhone apps for parents"
➔ CNNMoney: "Best apps for managing your money - help kids link money to jobs well done."
➔ USAToday: "Got parenting challenges? There is an app for that."
➔ TechCrunch.com: "iRewardChart Gets Your Kids To Shoot For The Stars... And Behave"
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iRewardChart includes a backup and sync service, so that parents and children can share their chart across the devices. Our sync services is FREE to use.

Top comments

pooool2 h, 3 m ago

Any apps out there for bad dads at all?

Yes, Tinder
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I just downloaded it but you pay to add more than one child. I uninstalled it. Nevermind.

I am confused, I tried to add my kids and it immediately took me to an in app upgrade for over £4 did it used to cost money then ask for upgrade also? If not this is not a deal they just moved the point of sale and potentially increased the cost.

Any apps out there for bad dads at all?

pooool2 h, 3 m ago

Any apps out there for bad dads at all?

Yes, Tinder

haytham99929 m ago

Yes, Tinder


Now to find a bad mum to share Tinder with...

Alternatively, reward good behaviour with love and punish bad behaviour with wrath

Do we really need an app for everything these days.
Don't get me wrong, I like my technology but a piece of paper and some stickers does the job better
Edited by: "kotr" 9th Nov
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