Been There for Parents – The iOS app for parents

Being a parent isn’t always easy and fun.

Been There for Parents is an iOS app that will enable you, the parents, feel you’re not alone.

We all want to know that all parents go through the same things, the all parents have “Been There”!

Click to download Been There for free!

Using the app you can browse through photos of moments that parents decided to share.

If you like a photo or just want to support the parent, you can click the been there button in the middle of the lower menu!

After Clicking the “Been There” button, it will become red and then you’ll know you gave a “Been There” point to that photo.

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You can also comment on a photo using the bubble button,

or share using the arrow button..

If you have your own photo to upload, you can use the plus button on the top menu.

From the main menu on the top-left you can reach your notifications and photos.

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To start sharing and browsing…

Click Here!

If you like to become a fan

Join the Been There Facebook Page where you can see lots of photos and content for parents.

We would love to hear your feedback regarding the app.

You can contact us from the app itself (under Contact Us) or using the Facebook page.

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We’re here for you! 🙂

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Introducing Been There!

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Inside My Head

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I’ve been really busy in the past few months, so I haven’t blogged much (or at all…).

BUT! It’s all for a good cause. My startup, Kokavo, has just released our first product in open beta.

It’s called (big surprise if you read the headline…) Been There.

Been There is an iOS app for parents. Before you become a parent, you may imagine it as a Brady Bunch type of experience, but when you actually become a parent, you realize reality is different for better and for worse. On one hand, being a parent is an amazing experience, better than you could ever imagine. Truly is. On the other hand, it’s so intense (especially the first few years), so mentally and physically exhausting, that you often struggle to keep it together. You often encounter situations that are bittersweet, or frustrating, like your kid having a rage fit in the middle…

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