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Pooductive: socialise while using toilet

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New York: How do you kill time while using the toilet? Now you can socialise while answering the nature’s call, thanks to a new app.

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Photo Credit: www.digitalspy.com

Created by two students, Pooductive is a free app that facilitates one-on-one or group chats. You can also choose to message people nearby or be connected with users in other cities or countries, mashable.com reported.

“The fact that there is only little to do whilst tending to ‘number two’ is common knowledge, and truly a first world problem,” the developers wrote on Pooductive’s website.

“Think of it as a magical place where people from around the globe can anonymously meet to enjoy their time of zen, peace and tranquillity together, by conversing, philosophising and sharing ideas with each other,” they said.

“You could simply call it a messaging app if you want to, but it is so much more,” the developers said.

There is a “songs that describe it” feature, which you may find either hilarious or disgusting depending on your sense of humour.

But the developers are serious. They hoped to use the app to have a positive impact on the world — by partnering with charities that promote sanitation and clean water in developing countries.

(IANS)

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KinderPass Launches App For Children With Busy Parents

KinderPass launches an app that targets busy parents

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KinderPass app for busy parents
KinderPass has launched a mobile app that provides personalised recommendations for early development of children. Pixabay

Targeting busy parents with babies, Singapore-based start-up KinderPass has launched a mobile app that provides personalised recommendations for early development of children.

The firm said the app aims to improve the parenting experience by providing activities and ideas that encourage parent-child bonding and are tailored to the needs of a growing child.

In the first 1000 days the brain develops at lightning speed and it’s crucial to stimulate and nurture these complex neural connections and shape them with a positive environment and experience,” said Farha Siddiqui, Clinical Psychologist, Co-Founder and Head of Content at KinderPass.

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KinderPass said the app aims to improve the parenting experience by providing activities and ideas that encourage parent-child bonding. Pixabay

Available in both iOS and Android versions, KinderPass has now transitioned from a web-app to a mobile app.

To take the pressure off time-poor parents, we have curated a library of over 300 articles, videos and infographics thatwill organise relevant information parents need to understand their child’s development,” said Shireen Sultana, Head of Product and Innovation at the start-up.

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Claiming that KinderPass activities are carefully designed, reviewed and tested by over a dozen experts in the field of psychology and education, the firm said that its product features are based on scientific research. (IANS)