Just the right houseware management tool
KIGI -- All about wasting less
Open KIGI, you can see the storage at home at a glance, use efficiently, live wisely
> Plan the use of items
Health plan is arranged in an orderly manner, a healthy body starts with regularity
Efficient reminder + family supervision = complete the plan in time, easily challenge 21 days to develop habits
>Track the the expiration date of the item
Unexpired, Expiring, Expired, the status of items in the house at a glance
Cyclical reminders so that you don't miss the best use period; reject expired items that endanger health
>Storing and Finishing items
Take pictures to record the storage of items, organize information with labels, find items without effort
Scan QR code to locate items , eliminating the need to rummaging
> Tracking the dynamics of items
When Following, all follower share item information
After binding, only family members can use the product, protect privacy
[Remind family activity]
The activities of family use of items can become a bridge for family interaction
For help or more information, please visit:
Official website: www.kigiware.com
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Ratings and Reviews
The app isn’t too hard to figure out. To change the time settings, etc, you click on the options and scroll. So if it looks like you can’t change something, just try clicking on it. What I find annoying is that once you set up a “plan”, if you hit the X button then the Home Screen of the app will say “no plans”. And it seems you have to scan the QR code again to see your “plan”. Also, I don’t really need or want a plan. I was thinking the app would be like a digital labeling system for my pill container, maybe showing a visual breakdown of each compartment with simple labels. Instead it separates the info and does not have any kind of overview where the “plan” information is grouped together in one screen/visual view. I don’t really understand the point of having the app. I think it would be better if ALL of the items stored in the container were listed and entered together under the same plan info, if anything. But it is also strange to me that the system is set up as a “plan” at all. I don’t need or want reminders. If you do, this may be nice to have, since you can set up a schedule. I turn off as many notifications as possible and I definitely don’t need to be told to take my supplements. So the app is useless to me. And it also could use a lot of work to be more useful to anyone. It barely accomplishes anything and requires way too many clicks to set it up.
Cool idea, but the app doesn’t function. When I open the notification to take my meds, most of the time it doesn’t even show the page to check them off, and it just keeps ringing because you haven’t checked it off. I had to delete it. Also I agree there should be a visualization of what you have in there.
Worst App I’ve Ever Used
The app is not customizable to my needs. It forces me to say I’m taking something 3 times a day. What if I take it once a day or 6 times a day?
Developer Response ,
For plan, you can set once a day, 3 times a day, once every two days, and so on.
For reminders, there are 3 reminders at most. As long as you respond to KIGI, KIGI will no longer remind you.
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- Shantou Leqishi Plastic Products Co., Ltd.
- 82.4 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
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- © 2018 Shantou Leqishi Plastic Products Co., Ltd.