Kairos - Kids Chores Tracker

In-app purchases
2.4
94 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Turn your family routine into a game. Motivate your children with a fun and motivating game! Develop their autonomy without having to repeat yourself. And find the family harmony you've been dreaming of!

Kairos relies on the appeal of video games to motivate 6- to 12-year-olds to do their everyday tasks. Routine becomes a mission to save the planet from aliens! Pretty cool, right?


VIDEO GAME + ROUTINE = 🔥
Succeeding in tasks unlocks superpowers that allow them to pass levels.
Controlled screen time: Your child can play one different level per day.
Fully customizable avatar. As they make progress, new fun accessories become available.

FULL PARENTS' GUIDE
Discover the parenting coach, a virtual assistant that offers you custom advice based on your child's progress.
A host of tips to manage routines, sleep, child development, screen time and more!
Recommendations based on the best practices in positive parenting.

DETAILED STATISTICS FOR PARENTS
Target problematic parts of their routine.
Track your child's progress in real time.
Congratulate them on their progress!

❤️CREATED BY A MOM WITH LOVE❤️
Annie came up with the idea for Kairos following her son's ASD - ADHD diagnosis. After discovering that pleasure is the key to a successful routine, she decided to rely on the technology to make everyday life more fun!


SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED
Developed in partnership with psycho-educational researchers.
Clinically tested with hundreds of families
Designed for all children
Particularly suitable for young people with ADHD or ASD


What our testers think:

“The Kairos app completely changed our mornings. Thomas knew the tasks he needed to do and the time he had to do them.” Thomas's mom

“I loved having tasks to do every morning because, if I succeeded, it gave me new powers to complete the levels.” Thomas

What if a routine became the best part of your day? 😃

👉Try Kairos for free for 2 weeks. Create your account now at https://kairosgame.com/ After 2 weeks, you'll need a subscription to access the app.


ABOUT the Neuro Solutions Group.

Our team creates innovative and inclusive technologies to improve the autonomy of children and adults. Focusing on our users' needs, we provide an experience that combines fun and ease of use.
Updated on
Jun 6, 2024

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.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Financial info, App info and performance and Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 3 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
Committed to follow the Play Families Policy

Ratings and reviews

2.4
80 reviews
Kat Seiler
April 26, 2024
Tried to set it up both in the app & on the site and both lead me to a neverending log in loop. I emailed for tech support using an email that was provided by them here in the reviews (since clicking support on their site kept asking me to log in over and over) and it came back as "failed - address not found". I'm confused since this app was recommended to me by a reputable source but it smelling like a scam.
Did you find this helpful?
Neuro Solutions Group
April 29, 2024
Sorry about your experience Kat; this is certainly something we will investigate quickly. Could you contact us at support@kairosgame.com please ? Our team will get back to you to resolve this issue. We do care about better understanding what you experienced.
Andrew Wilmut