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Chorma for Chores

By Stephen Bennett

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• Chorma is an easy and fun way to organize chores with your partner, kids or roommates. It's free, so give it a try today!

- Featured by Apple in 'Whats Hot' and 'New and Noteworthy'
- Details magazine describes Chorma "a clean, simple way to keep organized", Daily Details
- Over three million chores organized

• Chorma synchronizes between devices, so it's easy to coordinate who does what even when no one's home. Simple signup get's everyone in the household connected.

• Earn Chorma points by doing chores. When you're ready, Chorma helps organize a group activity like a meal out. The more points you have the less you pay!

Unlock Chorma Pro for $1.99/month or $19.99/year for the whole household:
• Create custom individual rewards
• Set housemember permissions
• Adjust point scores, undo other people's chores and more

Chorma is free to download and use. Upgrading to Chorma Pro adds the above features and is available through a Pay As You Go subscription. Use it when you need it, stop when you don't.

What's New in Version 2.0.3

- Fixes a login problem related to Safari cookie settings in iOS 7

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Customer Reviews

Great way to motivate family to help

I love this app. It is a great way to motivate family members to help around the house. We currently have four of is using it: my husband, my 12-year old, my 6-year old, and me. The kids (and hubby) are very excited about earning rewards and seeing their progress. My husband and I are also realizing that we both do more around the house than the other one realizes. A couple of suggestions:
1. As several people have mentioned, it would be great if the administrator could add people without needing a separate email address and device. My 6-year old has his account set up on our iPad but I had to create a new email address if I wanted him to be able to use it.
2. I would also like to be able to adjust the order of the chores on the chore list. The app does order them by date due, but it would be nice to also have them list alphabetically within that date due or to be able to adjust the order.
Overall though - a great idea and the $1.99 for Chorma Pro is definitely worth it.

Close, but not quite

I've been investigating an app to use with my teenagers to help them keep track of chores. This one comes the closest. My main wish is that the full features were available for a set price rather than an ongoing fee. I would be willing to pay $3 or $4 on each device to have something that works how I want it, but not $20/year.

Pros--This is one of the only chore apps I have seen that allows for "anytime" chores. Some chores, like unloading the dishwasher, don't happen on a regular schedule. This app allows you to have chores that repeat, but aren't scheduled. I also like that chores can be unclaimed. This allows my kids pick what they want to do. Another positive is the ability to rotate chores so the kids can take turns unloading the dishwasher without the fights about whose turn it is. Finally, it isn't cutesy. So many of the apps spend too much effort on avatars and cute tricks rather than functionality. This is better for using with teenagers.

Cons--The ongoing gouge to your wallet. As I said, I would be willing to pay--once. On each person's device, even. It is difficult to "unclaim" a chore. You just click a button to claim it, but if you realize you hit the wrong one, you can't just click "unclaim" or something. You have to go in and edit the task.

Other suggestions--It would be great if you could take away points for bad behavior or bad grades. The ability to see only all the unclaimed chores.

Best ever!!!

This app is totally awesome. We use it with our 4 kids to track how much they help around the house. If they don't have 12 points by the end of the week, they are grounded for not pitching in. As long as they have 12 or more, they can redeem points for money or other things.
The ONLY reason I did 4 instead of 5 is that I'm dying for new features! Like a way to send out notifications to the kids, or kudos, or whatever. Or filtering features so you can see certainly things. Or, more tracking options - maybe via a supporting website. And all stuff if be willing to pay for. Also - the "help" info is non existent. At least when I emailed a question I got a solider fast answer. I still can't even figure out what you get with prochorma versus regular. The explanation doesn't make sense to me.
But regardless of all that - this is awesome!

Chorma for Chores
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  • Free
  • Category: Productivity
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.0.3
  • Size: 3.7 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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  1. 1-Month subscription to Chorma Pro$1.99
  2. 1-Year subscription to Chorma Pro$19.99