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7 Apps You Have Not Been Using But Should

It’s just hard to believe that a single smartphone can actually help parents to protect their kids and to become more organized, time-efficient and knowledgeable. We compiled a list of apps that will certainly help parents to do that.

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1.Happy Kids Timer

Having a hard time keeping kids on the schedule, especially in the mornings? HappyKidsTimer is an app your kids use to help them manage their daily morning routines, like making their beds, getting dressed, brushing their teeth and so forth. The app features timers and fun incentives to help your kids get on their way. Baby Pack & Go.

2. mSpy

mSpy parental control software available both for iOS and Android will help to protect kids online. mSpy is a global leader in parental control monitoring. The mSpy app offers a range of features including monitoring of all popular messengers, call logs, browser history monitoring, etc. mSpy allows parents to monitor the location of their kids and instantly see their current position on a detailed map.

3. VarageSale

If you're keen on sticking to your budget, VarageSale is great for connecting busy parents with others who want to buy or sell used family and children goods. You can make extra cash off your used stroller or crib — or you can pick up gently used ones for a great price. Look at all the cute outfits!

4. Family Matters

The Family Matters application is designed to help you engage all your family members of any age. Some of the questions and activities are simple, while others are deeper and probing. You can choose from hundreds of location-driven activities.

5. SurfBalance Safe Browser

SurfBalance combines a fun, full-screen mobile Web browser with unique parental control features that go beyond Web site filtering. You can guide, limit, and verify your child's Web usage.

6. Growth App

Growth app will help you keep a track of your baby’s growth through the first few years after birth. You have the option of choosing the official WHO or CDC templates that track growth from birth until 20 years of age and are mostly used by pediatricians. It is available on iTunes for free.

7. Cozi

Cozi app allows you to create to-do lists, chore lists, and calendars, all color-coded for each member of your family. You can also add shopping lists and meal plans! The app can be synced across multiple devices, and you can access your calendars and lists online as well. Never forget another event with Cozi.

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