Flayk (Flake, like a snowflake) will finally end an ongoing argument in our family, busy doesn’t begin to describe our life. The crazy thing is I look around at my friends and the things their kids are involved in and wonder “How do they keep everything straight?” My dear hubby and I seem to really only have one argument. We can’t seem to keep each other’s schedule straight. Once a week or so one of us says to the other “Why haven’t I heard about this until now?!?!” and it’s always responded with “I’ve told you, several times.” As as the girls get older I shutter as I think of their lives becoming more busy. Enter Flayk, an app that will organize an entire families calendar but in a fluid way that allows the family to react and adapt to problems that arrive seamlessly.
As a full-time teacher Steve, my husband, isn’t always able to get ahold of me when I’m working. And since he’s interviewing and meeting with people everyday his schedule is often unpredictable. With Flayk you can adjust your schedule for car problems or meetings that go too long. So imagine getting home at the end of the night only to realize that you didn’t pick up milk or dry-cleaning. So exhausted you have to head back out extending your day even further.
Those of you with kids that are a little older Flayk will keep you from having group text messages that everybody hates. Flayk will allow you and your kids to be on the same page with no more excuses. Even allowing you to assign point values (a priority system) to activities to let people know what the most important things are. This is an awesome way to design allowances for your children by giving them tasks via Flayk.
Flayk will initially offer a free basic version and also a premium version that will give more features for the very reasonable $18.99 annually or $1.99 monthly if you prefer to go that route. I’m really excited to see how much we’re able to accomplish when we implement this awesome app!
Thus is interesting. I’ve never heard of it before but I do dislike group texts, a lot! Haha.
I needed this app forever. I’m downloading it right now – thank you! Our family had a ton of Google calendars going last year trying to keep up with each other, and it was a mess!
Jonathan Key says
Wow this sounds like a great scheduling too! We use excel spreadsheets and calendars this will centralize it all in one place.
What a great idea for an app! We use Google calendar, but this sounds like something the kids would get into.