Parenting App Dadditude

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About this app

Built for Dads, by Dads (with parenting pros, and academic researchers). Dadditude helps you to be a more confident dad & partner. In just a few minutes, reflect, grow and connect with your most important role.
We know you want to be a great Dad. But we also know how tough, stressful, and complex it is to feel like you’re doing a great job. Dadditude is the app for becoming a happier, more confident father. For new dads and veteran dads alike!

Parenting advice & Community:
• Connect, and talk with other dads in our community over shared experiences of parenting newborn babies, toddlers, school kids, tweens and teens.
• Ask for tips from other dads and share insights from your own expertise.
• Get advice for dads from parenting professionals in our 50+ self-coaching guides on themes like Emotional growth, Mental wellbeing, Self care, Confidence, Discipline, Sleep (for you and your baby), Sexuality, Building a strong relationship with your partner and your kids, Family Planning, Healing, Calm, Stress, Character growth, Mental Health support & help.
• Listen to audio digests of bestselling parenting books.
• Expert guides written by therapists, academic researchers, parenting orgs and awesome dads, and reviewed by professionals in the field of health and parenting.
• Ask our team of parenting experts for specific support on your personal / family challenges.
• Read news about fatherhood and the latest in dad research.
• Reflect on yourself, and grow as a dad.
• Explore positive changes in your family life. We’re all a work in progress.

You can also join our community of 20,000+ dad friends on our social media, for daily tips and inspiration.

Don't hesitate to get in touch over email with any feedback. We're here to help, and want to keep making fatherhood rewarding, easy, and fun.

We’re also working on some new pregnancy content for expecting dads. Stay tuned.
Updated on
May 2, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

170 reviews
Neil Pillay
April 8, 2022
The app was great when I was able to launch it. I am not sure which recent update killed the app's ability to launch on my Huwaei P30 Lite. I have the latest version installed and I have restarted my phone several times but unfortunately upon attempting to launch the app it freezes and doesn't load.
8 people found this review helpful
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May 3, 2022
Hi Neil, we've just updated the app and it should now open nicely. Let us know if things have improved and don't hesitate to update your rating to let more dads know about our app. Best to you! - Paul
Lee Bellenger
December 7, 2021
this app give excellent information, and is well written so that it is easy to read and understand. I do wish I could go back to previous weeks so that I could re read particular segments when situations arise in my own home.
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Barry Engelbrecht
January 12, 2023
This app was wonderful until updated. Now it doesn't launch and you will get 6 notifications a min for a app that doesn't launch. Dismal at best since update.
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August 1, 2023
Hey Barry, did things improve? We're doing some summer cleaning around the app and will release something soon. Hopefully that will fix it.

What's new

Choose the notification settings that fit your #dadlife. We now offer reminders when a new week starts so that you can fill in your Dad Check-In or reply to the Question of the week, and you can also get notified when dads reply to your posts. See you in the app, dad!