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[Survey report] What smartphone apps are useful for raising children? “Piyolog” won first place!
Information media “ahamo” (https://sublogg.com/ahamo/) operated by Review Co., Ltd. (https://jafmate.co.jp/) is aimed at people over the age of 10 all over Japan. We carried out questionnaire survey about “smartphone application useful for child care”.
We will publish the results.
Survey target: Men and women in their teens and older
Survey date: November 2022
Research agency: In-house research
Survey method: Voluntary responses via the Internet
Number of people surveyed: 100 (90 women and 10 men)
*Please use the “ahamo” URL (https://sublogg.com/ahamo/) when citing the results of this survey.
Summary of survey results
When we surveyed smartphone apps that are useful for raising children, the number one was “Piyolog”.
Others will be introduced in the ranking format.
“Piyolog” came in first place.
After 2nd place, “Ninal Baby” and “Step Baby Food” followed, and “Baby Report” came in 8th place.
1st place: Piyo log
・This is because you can manage all information such as what time you ate, how long you slept today, and when you last excreted in one Piyolog. It’s also nice that you can share it with your family. (Female in her 30s)
・The fact that I started using it for the first time is a big factor, but anyway, the summary is easy to see, and it is easy to input, so it is easy to record while breastfeeding. (Female in her 20s)
・Because you can record your baby’s life rhythm and share it with your family. Helps manage time such as milk. (Female in her 30s)
The first place is “Piyolog”.
It is an application that allows you to manage all information in one application and share it with your family.
2nd place: Ninal Baby
・After registering the child’s date of birth, you can see the necessary information according to the child’s age by launching the app. It was an app that I often opened and learned “That’s right!”. (Female in her 30s)
・I think it’s attractive to have a variety of tools in one app. Every day when I open the app, I receive a message of advice addressed to me. This app alone is enough because you can record the experiences of various moms and the schedule of vaccinations! (Female in her 20s) ・It was written about how many days old the child was, how the child behaved at that time, and what they said. (Female in her 30s) “Ninal Baby” was second.
There was a reason that it was useful because there were articles such as what you can do for each age and problems with childcare. 3rd place: Step baby food
・Because you can easily learn about baby food. It is convenient because you can check allergies and manage the ingredients you ate for the first time. It’s nice to be able to search easily while taking care of your child because you can look up anything you’re curious about or want to know about baby food. It is easy to understand because it has a photo. (Female in her 20s)
・It would be nice to be able to quickly check the foods that are suitable for the baby’s age, clear information, allergy information, etc. (Female in her 30s)
・An app with lots of recipes for baby food that is being updated, making baby food, which is the first barrier to parenting, so you don’t have to worry about menus, you can search for leftover ingredients in the adult menu, and there are recipes for each growth period, which is convenient. (Female in her 40s)
3rd place: Vaccine Note
・Because you can check at a glance what kind of vaccinations you have done, I thought it would be a convenient app for raising children. (Female in her 40s)
・Vaccination schedules are difficult to manage and plan, so I thought it would be reassuring to have an app that manages them to protect the health of children. (Female in her 30s)
・This is the easiest app to use to keep track of vaccination schedules that protect your precious children from various diseases. (Men in their 50s and up)
3rd place: Daily Tamahiyo
・There is a chat room with the same birth month, where you can vent your troubles and ask questions. I didn’t have any mom friends around me, so I used the app to gather information and complain. (Female in her 30s)
・The information that matches the current age of the moon is updated every day. Also, in the room, parents of the same age are mumbling about their worries and happiness, so you can see them and share information. (Female in her 20s)
・Tamahiyo’s character is cute, and it’s easy to use, like a diary, so I can use it without getting bored. (Female in her 30s)
6th place: Nursing notebook
・I forget which one I breastfed, so I use it every time, and I’m asked how many times my diaper is dirty, so it’s also perfect for collecting information. (Female in her 20s)
・Because I can remember the time and feeling of breastfeeding, I can manage it properly, and this app has been so useful during
breastfeeding that I can’t do without it. (Female in her 30s) ・I am planning to give birth to my second child, but I used this app a lot when I had my first child. I would like to recommend this app to new moms around the world because it is such an app that can be used as a kind of memo. (Female in her 20s)
7th: Handmade baby food
・I didn’t know where to start, and the pamphlet I got from the city wasn’t enough, so I used this app. Recommended recipes came out depending on the ingredients, and the meal was not monotonous, which was very good. (Female in her 20s)
・Since I use cooking recipes (Cookpad) every day, baby food recipes are a daily thing in the same sense, so it is very helpful. (Female in her 30s)
・Because I wanted to make baby food by myself without depending on commercial products as much as possible. (Female in her 40s) 8th place: Baby Report
・Create a growth curve just by drawing your weight, and you can easily see how the actual increase is visually. It’s simple, but it contains everything you want and you can quickly check when you’ve had your vaccinations. (Female in her 30s)
・I’m so busy every day that I forget even a little while ago, so having a recording app that makes it easy to look back and write down will help me out. (Female in her 30s)
・When I tried various things with my wife, it was the easiest to use, and by installing the same app, I was able to share it with my husband and wife, and I was able to raise my children. Thanks to Babyrepo. (Male, 30s)
8th place was “Baby Report”.
It’s simple, but it’s like an app that has everything you need. summary
When we conducted a questionnaire to 100 people, 20.0% of them answered “Piyolog”.
Also, as reasons for responding, there were many opinions that it was easy to understand because it could record the baby’s life rhythm, and that it could be shared with family members.
Busy moms seem to like apps that make it easy to record.
If you are thinking about adding a smartphone app that is useful for raising children, please refer to it.
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■ About Review Co., Ltd.
We operate the information site “Sublogg (https://sublogg.com/)” that is useful for daily life.
We also operate a YouTube channel, manage owned media, and operate a personal gym.
Company name: Review Co., Ltd.
Location: GS Sakae Building 3F, 5-26-39 Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture
Representative: Satoru Toda, Representative Director
Established: January 5, 2022
Capital: 1 million yen
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