For generations, parents have toiled on a constant mission to track down their teenagers, an endless struggle to uncover exactly where they are and where they are going. Well, now there’s an app for that.
I’mOK is an app made specifically for kids to check-in with their parents. It’s in private beta, so it is completely private.
The app allows kids to check-in with their parents to get points, using the GPS map to show parents where they are located. They can also send pictures, tag friends and send messages. The more they check-in, the more points they get. Parents then can choose how their children should be rewarded with the points they have built up.
The app has potential. The only problem will be getting the parents to shell out the promised reward. Check out the website here.