Chore Attack inspires work-shy kids and flatmates to do their fair share of the housework.
The app was created by Katie, Caitlyn and Meghan in their Apps for Good course at Wick High School in Scotland. The team often avoided doing their chores and found this was a problem for lots of families. They decided to create an app that makes doing chores more fun, as well as offering rewards for getting them done.
Chore Attack won the Productivity category sponsored by SAP at the Apps for Good Awards 2014, the national competition for Apps for Good students. As an Apps for Good Awards winner, the team worked with development agency Fuerte International to have their app built professionally and launched on to the market, with the support of Apps for Good and SAP.