MyKidsCalendar Releases Mobile iPhone and iPad App for MyKidsCalendar Parent-Coach Communication System

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Free App Allows Parents and Coaches to Communicate and Schedule Effectively

With the summer sports season comes hectic schedules. Parents need to be more organized and more efficient at communicating effectively. MyKidsCalendar has just released their iPhone and iPad app for Parent users of the MyKidsCalendar Coach-Parent communication system. MyKidsCalendar is a tool that helps coaches and parents schedule and communicate more efficiently and effectively. The service was designed by youth sports coaches and parents who were frustrated with the lack of a quality tool for building and maintaining sports schedules, and, more importantly, for communicating rapidly changing in-season information efficiently with parents. MyKidsCalendar provides a central location for coaches and parents to share information and communicate easily and quickly.

The free app is named “MKCi-P”, and can be downloaded and installed from the iTunes marketplace. Parents can view a list of upcoming Events in their Personal Calendar, Documents in their Document Tab, Messages, and provide Attendance responses easily from iPhones and iPads. Clicking on an individual Event in the list will provide location details (which can be copied with one touch and pasted into navigation applications), a map, and any Event Notes provided by the Administrator.

“Technology is rapidly changing and the need to have all your information in one place is greater than ever,” says MyKidsCalendar Founder, Jeff Hill. “We are so excited to offer this free MyKidsCalendar iPhone and iPad App to parents who need these tools to manage their kid’s schedules and stay organized.”

About MyKidsCalendar:

MyKidsCalendar, LLC is a privately owned company headquartered in northwest New Jersey. The service was designed by youth sports coaches and parents frustrated with existing tools for building and maintaining sports schedules, and for communicating efficiently with parents. In the experience of the designers, the primary use for team and league websites is for scheduling and contact information and for directions to practices and games, so they've built a system that has taken the most used elements of the typical youth sports website, and provided a central location for coaches and parents.

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