Almost any problem can be solved with a smartphone. Even help your child learn to potty.

Potty Whiz is an app for Android and iOS devices that will help you potty train your child.

When you start the application for the first time, you will need to add information about the child: name and optionally gender, year and month of birth.

In fact, it is not very clear why you need any data other than the name. In the learning process, they are not used in any way.

After that, on the main screen of Potty Whiz, a card will appear with all the children added and statistics how many times it turned out to go to the potty, and how many times it turned out, but by.

When you go to the card, you can view a detailed log of cases filtered by date and type of activity. From here you can start a timer (I don't know why) and add an activity.

Among the possible options: used a pot, sat on a pot, obserted, drank liquid, dry. Additionally, the time of the event and the comment are indicated.

For some events, there are additional options. For example, if you choose to use a pot, then a small survey will appear. Where can you indicate whether the child informed the parents about this, whether he washed his hands and the like.

And that's where Potty Whiz's possibilities end. Since I have no children, I have no idea what to do with the data collected in the application and how they can help in anything at all.


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