[LISTEN] App helps busy parents keep track of children's schedules

Busy parents are being given a helping hand to keep track of their kid's schedules.

Nthati Mthembu has created an application (app) to help you coordinate your children's timetables.

Speaking to Bongani Bigwa, Mthembu says she developed the app to help parents with the logistics of running a family.

The intention of the app is to take away the pressure from managing our children's logistics and to ensure, as parents, that we are not always drowning in our kids plans.

Nthati Mthembu, Love Connected app-developer

Mthembu says the app will help create some free time for parents and says it allows people in your circle to be part of the network.

You will use the app to create schedules, you'll allocate pick ups and drop offs. It allows you to communicate with your village and you can communicate with everybody with where they need to be.

Nthati Mthembu, Love Connected app-developer

The Live Connected app is available via the App Store and Google Play.

Listen to more info on the Live Connected app


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