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Chore apps were meant to make mothers' lives easier.  They often don't.

Chore apps were meant to make mothers’ lives easier. They often don’t.

To support MIT Technology Review’s journalism, please consider becoming a subscriber. Some apps mimic enterprise software. Michael Perry, founder of the Maple app, says his apps—inspired by workplace tools like Slack and Trello—put tasks in a “dumping ground” where family members can choose them via chat, without needing one person to delegate. Other approaches take …

Chore apps were meant to make mothers’ lives easier. They often don’t. Read More »