KidRef is an online service designed for parents, grandparents, uncles and any relative owl can record absolutely every event in the life of the children, thus allowing their growth can be accompanied by more practical, dynamic and fun way.
With this app, you are able to set a date on the calendar and save some evolution, exploit or trick your son or daughter, for example. The coolest thing is the ability to attach a photo to each of these events.
Among the activities pre-established by the program, you see the first step alone, the first word, when the little one said “Mom” or “Dad” for the first time, the first pee out of diapers and more. Additionally, you can go noting the weight and size of the child.
With all these saved data, KidRef provides a graphical tool that shows a comparison of the small added to your profile with other children followed with the service. So you can see if it is having optimal growth and psychomotor development for their age.
The fact that KidRef afford to integrate with social networks allows any activity performed it can be shared with friends and family through Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and others.
Although it is in its essence a very simple online service KidRef have proved very useful for those who wish to register each event in the growth of their children, nephews, cousins, godchildren or any other child who feels affection.
One of the things that caught our attention so we open this app was its interface, which has a minimalist appearance (valuing the content and not visuals), clean (no elements that distract the eyes of those who are using it) and organized (with their duly segmented features, but without ceasing to be accessible).
This combination of features promotes a hassle-free and very pleasant interaction. In this sense, the KidRef could become even more intuitive and practical if told with translation into Portuguese, facilitating the understanding of all its resources for Brazilians who do not speak English.
Finally, the service stands out for having a wide variety of pre-established events which can and should be used to save, including photographic records of each step, word or deed done by the little ones.
An expected improvement for KidRef is to be able to add videos for local records, promoting greater dynamism in the diary of his family. Currently, the application only allows the incorporation of recordings posted on YouTube.
Download KidRef Extension For Google Chrome