We are happy to introduce our first mobile application — DooApp.
DooApp — is a tool for parents to reward children for personal achievements, good behavior and completed chores. Children earn points, which they can redeem for fun activities such as an hour of video games or bowling. DooApp helps parents motivate their children and provide them with incentives to be more active, organized and responsible.
We have created this app from scratch based on existing Web interface. We designed mobile application interface, developed the server-side of the app with required functionality, and created API to set up an interaction between the server-side and the mobile app. In the end, we built application files ready for publishing in App Store and Google Play.
DooApp has two user roles: a parent and a child. And the functionality of the application differs for parents and children.
A parent can create kids’ accounts, lists of awards and rewards. A parent also indicates whether a child may use the app on his own or not and creates a login and a password for him.
After the authorization a child can request points for the completion of tasks. Children also can use accumulated points to claim a reward from a list the parents create. The parent can also award points and give rewards without the child’s participation.
Along with main functionality the app has several additional features, such as: automatic location detection, push notifications, registration for two types of users and so on. The app is available for Android and iOS devices.
In our portfolio you can find more information about DooApp and its functionality.
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