Sunday, April 18, 2010

Positive Discipline Tool Cards App for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad Now Available!!!

I'm so excited to announce that the Positive Discipline Tool Cards iPhone App is now available on iTunes. This is a great resource for those of us using the Positive Discipline Tool Cards. Now you can have all 52 Tool Cards with you wherever you go.

There is a "Shake" feature which allows you to shake your iPhone and shuffle the deck of cards. You can sort the cards randomly or in alphabetical order. You can also view an alphabetical listing of all 52 tool cards. There will be updates coming soon with links to articles and videos pertaining to the Tool Cards.

Be the first one on your block to have the Positive Discipline Tool Cards App! And then tell everybody on your block! :-)


Positive Discipline

6 comments:

Deb said...

Hi Brad,
I'm a CPDT and I've been waiting for this to appear. I've never paid for an app before, and I'm happy to say this was my first! Can't wait 'til someone asks me about the cards (or a parenting challenge) and I can whip out my iPod Touch and show them.
Thanks!

Ms. Shantell said...

I guess it's finally time to buy an iPhone... :-)

This is awesome!

Single Dad Brad said...

Hi Deb, It is great to have all the cards right there with you. I shared the app with someone at the gym today.

Ms. Shantell...you will never regret your iPhone purchase. I use my iPhone all the time. Listening to podcasts, searching the web, gps navigation, coupons, facebook, news, stocks, Pandora, twitter, google, calendar, guitar chords, Starbucks and of course The Positive Discipline Tool Cards! :-)

Karen said...

Okay, I'm with Ms. Shantell - I might have to get an iPhone!

Karen said...

Wait a minute...these would work on an iPod Touch too right?

Kate said...

Very cool. Any resource I can get is a good one. Yes, Karen most iPhone apps also work on iPod touch, but if you look at the description in the iTunes store it should warn you if it is not.

One of the best resources I have come across in a long time is Break Free of Parenting Pressures, which has helped me reduce me stress. You know what I discovered? When I am more relaxed, the kids misbehave less.