ChoreMonster arrives for Android to put fun in kids' tasks, and help exasperated parents
Everyone with kids knows how hard it is to make them do anything that doesn't involve fun and distraction, and still, chores have to be done on a daily basis. Enter ChoreMoster - a popular kid-friendly task manager that's been on iOS for a while, and is now arriving to the Android devices of exasperated parents worldwide.
After an initial (and pretty cumbersome) login and account distribution, your kids can score points by doing all sorts of tasks and menial labor. The chore points are subsequently used for collecting rewards of their choice like staying up late, hours of TV or gaming, as well as more significant ones like green schools and camping trips. The children are also getting entrance stubs to the so-called Monster Carnival with the accumulation of chores done, where they win and collect virtual monsters.
|Developer: ChoreMonster||Download: Android|
|Category: Lifestyle||Price: Free|