Father's day: never miss a moment

Business travel statistics reveal an alarming trend. 43 per cent of business travelers and service men stationed abroad are between 25 to 40 years old, which is just about the age range when one starts a family.

This means that more and more working parents spend days away from their homes, their families, and their kids because duty calls.





Thankfully, technology has made life better and it is now easier to stay in touch with your kids. You might be at the other side of the globe and still be with them! Although there are video conferencing apps that you can use such as Skype or Google+ Hangouts, chances are that the kids will quickly get bored with just a video chat. They would probably talk for a minute or two and then get distracted and move away from the camera.

Enter Dinnertime Kids VideoCall App: How it helps

“Sometimes I can’t be home for dinner and I wanted a solution. We designed a familiar environment where people can get together around a dinner table. This is as close as you can get to a family dinner.” - says Meri Rosich, CEO & Founder.

Dinner Time features six different areas of activity. The dinner table, a book case, board games – including tic-tac-toe and chess – a drawing pad, and videos to sing-along together. It also features long-distance educational tools such as learning about time zones and geography.

“While video calling, my nephews always ask where I am in the map, and what time is it for me. Now I can teach them about the world” – Laia Rosich, Psychologist and Founder.

The Dinnertime Kids app allows you to be there for dinner and to talk to your kids while keeping them engaged, allowing them to select virtual food that you can share on a virtual dinner table, or even have your own teatime or birthday cake for special occasions.

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Daddies can play with their kids even if they are at the office, in Europe or Asia for business. You can draw pictures together using the draw pad that is included in the app, or challenge your son to a game of chess.



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More than that, you can let the kids win a game of tic-tac-toe after dinner or sing nursery rhymes with them. If dinnertime is not enough time to catch up, you can even tuck your kids to bed and read them a bedtime story. All of these are included in the app.

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So it really does not matter if you are miles away; you will never miss out on some quality time with your kids ever again. You can call in and ask them about their day, play with them and pretend to taste the food they are eating over this app.

Never miss a moment.

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