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Pennybox is the smart way to help your kids become financially responsible adults! Kids gradually learn to earn, save and spend their own pocket money in a fun and practical way.<br><br>HOW IT WORKS:<br>1. Parents or kids send chores, actions, jobs, tasks or anything else around the home and attach a financial reward. $2 to do the dishes, $5 to wash the car, $10 for scoring a goal at their weekend football game. Be creative and make it more fun with emojis. It can be anything! For actions you want done regularly, simply set it up to repeat, and we'll take care of the rest.<br><br>2. Kids complete their tasks, chores or actions and mark them off in the app, while collecting and tracking money they earn in their Pennybox wallet. Accountability is important, so you can ask kids to attach a proof-photo to show they've completed the task before you pay them.<br><br>3. When it's time to spend, kids cash out, or parents can deduct an amount for something they want to buy, giving kids ownership over their money. Bank accounts and email addresses are not required for kids.<br><br>Pennybox is super safe and secure, and built with kids and families in mind. <br>It works on shared devices at home, so kids can log in easily with their own account!<br><br>Need a bit more info? Learn more at https://pennybox.com/how-it-works<br><br>WHAT DOES IT COST?<br>Nothing at all. Pennybox is 100% free to download and use for parents and kids (with no ads)<br><br>NEED MORE HELP?<br>Visit us at pennybox.com for more info, or just email us at email@example.com any time!<br><br>Join our journey and help us shape the product. Can we do something better? Or, just want to say hi? Just shake your device inside the app to easily contact us. We always want to hear from you and your kids!
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We’ve tried a ton of different chore charts, jars and apps before finding PennyBox. This is, by far, the most motivating for my children (ages 8 and 10). I love that’s it’s easy to add tasks. The kids love that they can also add their own tasks for me to approve as well. The kids also love being able to attach a photo to the task to prove it was completed! The only reason it didn’t get 5 stars (yet) is that there are many instances where is will sit and load for minutes and we have to restart the app; sometimes we have to restart the app a couple of times to get the task to go through. This has happened on my iPhone as well as their iPods so it’s not specific to one device. If that gets fixed, it would be a 5 star app!
I’m just getting started with Pennybox, the idea is great. So far I like a great of it. Someone in another review had suggested a community/suggested chore list that could be used like a starter list... walk the dog, empty the dishwasher, etc so repeatable items can be pasted in. Love that idea. Also, I found the 50 char limit a bit short for tasks. Maybe I know how my own kids work: if I say ‘take your toys upstairs’ I will get clutter free living room floors. And a pile of stuff at the top of the stairs. NOT in the room. NOT put away. I’m sure you try jfemo i
I love this app! It is great for rewarding positive behaviors and task completion. The one thing I would like to see added is the ability to deduct money in the “Tasks” or “Wallet” tabs for reasons other than “Cashing Out.” For example, I have his allowance automatically added to his wallet every Friday. He has certain tasks he is responsible for during the week in order to earn his allowance. If he doesn’t complete a task or chore, I would like the ability to DEDUCT money so he sees the negative impact of NOT doing something. I don’t want to do this through “Cashing Out” as cashing out is his way of receiving his rewards for the tasks he has completed. I want “Cashing Out” to be a positive thing, but deductions for negative behaviors to be seen as a negative thing. Otherwise, this app is a great way to teach responsibility. Also, it’s a way to teach my son that he can’t just have something because he wants it - he has to earn it!
I’ve used hundreds of apps that I do not like and have simply never used again and never written a review. This one is the singular exception. The login/sign up process at first glance seems to operate normally, but after that is where the flaws begin. After signing up as a parent with an email address/username/pin, you’re taken to the dashboard where it’s time to create tasks and “add child”. I’ve come to believe this app was designed to frustrate parents and amuse children as when you’re setup as a parent with an existing account you cannot add a child, however, a child can add a parent. This would be partially acceptable if I had one child, I do not. I have two and want them both setup, however when I accept the setup from one child and try to add the other child, it deletes the first child. And when you create them manually, if they have already created an account you cannot add them because they already exist. They need to fix this. I’m not sure how any other parent with multiple children have been able to successfully add multiple children, it’s just not possible.
Having gone through several free chore/allowance management apps, my entire family is extremely pleased with Pennybox. It has a savvy UI and great functionality so far (a week into it). These developers should be charging a small fee IMO to support their server usage, but somehow they are making this rather sophisticated treat free for all. A great app, especially for those of you frustrated by “server connection issues” of a certain popular monster based chore app.
Developed by Penny Labs Pty Ltd.
Pennybox - Pocket Money is ranking in Education & Finance
Last update was at Jan 25, 2019and the current version is 3.2.1.
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