Seattle based Right Brain Solutionz LLC releases iCondu 1.1 for iPad. The company has created a new web based service that is free to use and download. All people have to do is choose the tasks they want their kids to do, such as clean their room, picking up their clothes, make the bed, brush their teeth, etc, then hit print. The app creates an 8.5″ by 11″ sheet with decorative border, their name and all the icon images with a check box next to them.
Nannek today announces Chore Pad 1.2.2 for the iPhone and iPod touch. Previously available for the iPad, Chore Pad is a chore chart application. It replaces traditional charts by showing an intuitive weekly or daily view of chores for the whole family, and provides a reward system to help motivate kids to get their work done. Chore Pad’s intuitive interface is easy and fun to use. Look at a full week’s worth of chores at a time, or rotate the display to see just what needs to get done today.
Nannek today announces Chore Pad 1.0, their new productivity app for iPad. Chore Pad is the iPad’s fun, simple and interactive way for you and your family to keep track of your chores and earn rewards. Chore Pad presents a full weekly chore chart to each user, just as you’d get with a traditional paper chore chart, but layered with technology that tallies points, collects stars, presents achievements and manages rewards.