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Updated by Shawn Mike on Jun 30, 2020
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7 Apps to Help You Get Stuff Done Around the House

Once upon a time, this task might’ve felt next to impossible for one person, but with the help of technology and some handy gadgets, you can get all house chores to work done all on your own. Speaking of technology, did you know that there are apps designed to help you schedule and track house chores and make your life easier?
That’s right! There are mobile apps dedicated to benefiting individuals, and here are seven that you can use to manage your cleaning routine.

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HomeRoutines

HomeRoutines

When it comes to cleaning, most of us don’t know where to begin and often feel quite overwhelmed. This where HomeRoutines can be a big help and teach us to be more organized. With this app, you can create checklists of all the chores to help you keep track of everything you need to complete around the house or in a particular room.

Individuals can place reminder notifications for the chosen days and customize their tasks according to their household needs. HomeRoutines is easy-to-use and has a ‘sync’ feature which allows you to access your data easily without requiring an internet connection.

People can enjoy doing their spring cleaning and boost their productivity by setting a timer for each chore. Most productivity programs are based on the principle of scheduling; once you schedule a task, half the work is already done. When you organize your tasks, you manage your time better and hence get more done.

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BrightNest

BrightNest

BrightNest is a mobile application that allows individuals to schedule chores as and when required, and the app automatically notifies them when they’re due. But that’s not all it’s known for. BrightNest is popular for its resourcefulness from cleaning tips, design and home maintenance guides, DIY projects, and more.
The app is made to enhance the user’s productivity and to keep them from delaying their chores. Their tips are tailored for each consumer to improve your home life and inspire creativity in every user. Not only can you organize your housework but also find the best cleaning techniques suitable for each room, surface, etc.

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Unfilth Your Habitat

Most of us put off all our chores until the last moment. But imagine if there was an app that basically screams at you to work harder? That’s exactly the specialty of ‘Unfilth Your Habitat.’ The app’s motto is to deliver terrifying motivation to lazy people with filthy homes. It has a unique approach to encouraging people to clean their rooms and do chores, even if it comes off as a little aggressive. So if you’re incredibly lazy, unproductive, and relaxed when it comes to cleaning, then this is the right app for you.

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Tody

Tody

It’s no coincidence that this app rhymes with the word “tidy” because it is designed to help you to do just. All you have to do is feed all the info about your chores from how often you do them in a week and which room, to the type of cleaning you wish to do. Additionally, Tody highlights the urgency of specific chores using an indication bar that rises with time.

You can organize the list according to whichever task you wish to complete first and then select the “Just did it!” option when you’re done. The more number of chores you breeze through, the higher the satisfaction. For instance, if one of the chores on your to-do list is to get your carpet deep cleaned, then you can add a series of steps to complete your tasks, for instance, you may add the following:

Task 1: Schedule a cleaning appointment at Carpet Cleaning Windsor
Task 2: Remove the carpet and Take it to Carpet Cleaner
Task 3: Collect the carpet from the cleaner
Once the task is complete, check it off your list and move onto the next.

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ChoreMonster

ChoreMonster

ChoreMonster is a tool that parents can use to teach the value of cleaning and responsibility to their kids. It utilizes a point system mechanism where kids earn rewards for each chore they complete, which boosts their motivation and makes them get more work done. Parents can appoint points to each chore depending on the difficulty and time needed to complete the task. Once all the chores for the day are completed, kids can redeem a reward such as extra playtime, an hour of watching their favorite cartoons, arts and crafts, their favorite treat, etc.

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Chorma

Chorma

Chorma is another great app on the list specifically targeted towards those who live in shared living space. It’s especially hard to get everyone involved in the house chores or split the workload equally amongst roommates. Therefore this app is the ultimate solution for those in that situation. All you have to do is set up the chores and assign them to a house member, then as each person completes the task you can check it off the list and receive a reward for your accomplishment.
It’s an excellent way to get everyone to pull their weight around the house and not burden one person. All the housemates don’t need to complete their chores on the same day either; each can be assigned a separate date and time, so there isn’t a clash while working, and you can even repeat the task with a different person regularly.

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Any.Do

Any.Do

Any.Do is extremely convenient for those who live alone or anyone who doesn’t like doing all the house chores on one single day. It allows you to schedule tasks on different days, depending on your availability, so you don’t have to do all the work one day a week. It’s user-friendly and visually appealing so you can organize your chores accordingly.