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Mothers Day App

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WSVN -- Some moms feel like their kids eat them out of house and home but there's an app designed to help parents save big. Kids Eat For Free shows busy moms when and where to take the kids for free food. Just punch in your zip code and the app shows nearby restaurants with specials.

Every mom knows how hard it can be to find a restroom when you need it.

Sit or Squat solves that problem. Just put in your zipcode and this app will find you a public potty fast no matter where you are.

And for parents of teens, how about a little peace of mind. i-Curfew connects teens and their parents. Kids check in through the app, parents get the message and their exact location is shown on a GPS map. Kids cannot edit this ap and that keeps them honest.

Some may call that radical parenting but when it comes to keeping kids safe most parents say it's appsolutely appropriate.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

KIDS EAT FOR FREEhttps://market.android.com/details?id=com.kokopellisoftware.kidseatfor&feature=search_result*android

SIT OR SQUAThttp://www.sitorsquat.com/sitorsquat/home/map*iPhone, Blackberry

iCURFEWhttp://itunes.apple.com/us/app/icurfew/id331905852?mt=8*iPhone

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