Gimi - Pocket money app 4+

Financial Superskills for Life

Gimi AB

Designed for iPad

    • 4.0 • 118 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Nobody is born with financial superskills - but once you gain them, they are for life. That’s why we created Gimi - an educational pocket money app for children and their families.

Gimi makes digital money tangible so children can learn the concept of money. No more excel sheets or paper hanging on the fridge, instead you keep track of allowances and chores with Gimi’s digital piggybank.

Key features for parents:
- Schedule an allowance and never miss a payday, again
- Assign chores and and leave having to nag about them in the past
- Set up a bonus rate and reward your child for saving
- Follow your child’s journey in mastering the topics of the personal finance lessons
- Complete money missions to bring financial learnings into your family’s everyday life

Key features for children:
- Keep track of how much money you have
- Complete chores and be in charge of your own earnings
- Create a savings goal and afford something you dream about buying
- Rate your purchases and learn to spend your money where it matters
- Earn XP and travel through planets with stories, challenges and quizzes that teach the basics of personal finance
- Make better sense of your money and learn what you can afford in gaming currencies, products and cryptocurrencies.

Important! Gimi is a dual app which means both children and parents need to download the app and connect with each other for a valuable experience.

User terms and conditions and privacy policy:

What’s New

Version 8.39.0

Why didn’t the skeleton go to prom? He had no body to go with. Gimi wishes you Happy Halloween with some bug fixes in the app!

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
118 Ratings

118 Ratings

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Read now!

Only four stars because you can only by the card in Sweden

locopapa ,

Needs 1 simple fix to be 5 stars

Great app for tracking money earned for chores, interest accrual, and kids’ responsibilities. However weekly chores that I spend 10 minutes creating are deleted after payday. I can’t waste spending 20 minutes each week to create chores over and over for two kids. PLEASE KEEP RECURRING CHORES IN THE CHILD’S CHORE LIST!

Also, there needs to be a batch approval option. Approving each chore one by one isn’t efficient. When each chore is approved the app gives me. Notification that I just approved the chore - even though it is already removed from the list of chores to approve. This becomes tedious and annoying.

Developer Response ,

Hi! Recurring chores should def stay, so there has to be something wrong. Could you please write an email to us, so that we can investigate and help you? Email us at!

Eliney ,

Use your kid’s phone to preview content? Really?

The kid lesson content is blocked for parents, and there’s a stupid message saying to use your kid’s phone if you want to see it.

So as a parent you are not allowed to review content displayed to a kid before deciding to create an account for them and exposing them to it? Stupid product choice.

So I had to add my spouse’s phone as a kid first to actually review the content before adding our kids. Then I deleted the fake “kid” account from my parent account. I also deleted the fake “kid” account from his phone. When adding him back as a parent it took forever for his phone to stop going in a continuous loop of prompting login/registration because of the account deletion.

In hindsight I probably should have created a throwaway email to review the content instead of using phone number, but why did I have to do that to begin with? Dumbest decision ever to go out of your way to prevent parental review of content meant for kids.

Developer Response ,

Hi Eliney, and thank you for your review. I understand your issue and we'll certainly discuss the fact that parents would benefit from being able to review the lessons in their app. That would prevent the other issues you encountered by creating a placeholder account. We really appreciate the feedback. If you want to bring up something more we would love to hear from you via Best regards Martin with Gimi.

App Privacy

The developer, Gimi AB, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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