Parents can get some help in their childrearing mission from the new mobile application Kiddeepass, which helps them choose fun and educational experiences.
Nakun Yugalana Ayudhya, founder and chief executive of Kiddeepass, the firm that makes the app, unveiled it recently at the EmQuartier’s Quartier Water Garden.
“The idea came up because my sister, Sitamon Pholdee, and I have children the same age and we wanted information about play centres and schools, but we found that the information is quite scattered.
“So we decided to design an app that brings together all the info parents need and lets them book activities online. It brings together all the fun experiences for kids. Then I invited my friends Dr Pongtip Aroonvatanaporn and Apisek Tewinpagti to join in the undertaking and make the app available to the public.”
Celebrities on hand for the launch included actors Panisara “Opal” Aryasakul and her twin children Alin and Alan and Jessadaporn “Tik” Pholdee (Sitamon’s husband), who shared their parenting experiences.
MR Srikhumrung Yukol Rattakul, Rawiwan Tanaka, Nisakorn Sihanatkathakul, Tipanan Srifuengfung, Jutawan and Teerut Suwanamas and Rupop Shinawatra were also there, and Chatpawee Trichachawanwong served as emcee.
Kiddeepass connects families to classes, museums, parks, zoos and a variety of helpful and interesting services, all carefully chosen.
The app has a “Near Me” function to save time and avoid traffic, and its recommendations take costs into account, which can be set according to personal preferences.
Kiddeepass can be downloaded for free for either Android or iOS at www.Kiddeepas.com.
Republished with permission from The Nation