Hapimomi iPhone App Review: Centralized, Private Family Network
HapiMomi has an attractive design and a clever organizational layout, which makes it really easy to coordinate the various messages and schedules that a busy family shares. Because Hapimomi lets users create a private social network that’s just for their family, people can feel secure using this app to communicate their private details.
I like the shopping list sharing tool. You can make a note of not only what you need, but in what aisle or section of the store it can be found. Items are checked off as they are bought, so if one person in the family happened to pick up bread, “bread” will get crossed off the list (along with a note of who bought it and when.)
Two other great aspects of this app are the diary and the to-do list. The diary is just a nice place to record a little note about what your kids accomplished that day. The to-do list is a great centralized place to make a note of “honey do” tasks, both big and small.
From within this private communication tool, you can organize, share and plan around the needs of your family. You can use it to check in with your spouse and let them know you’re running late, double check doctor’s appts for your kids, or just ask if you need to pick up a gallon of your milk on your way home, this app makes conversations simple, centralized, and personal. It’s a great tool for busy families.
Hapimomi is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. Requires iOS 5.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.