Joon: Behavior Improvement App

Joon: Behavior Improvement App

By Joon App, Inc

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2020-06-23
  • Current Version: 4.10
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 85.08 MB
  • Developer: Joon App, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.69669
From 5,552 Ratings


1) Constantly nagging and arguing with your child? 2) Is your child not motivated to complete their daily tasks? 3) Does your child struggle to remember and stick to their daily routine? If you answered "YES" to at least one of these, then Joon is exactly what you are looking for! Recommended by Child Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Pediatricians, and Special Education Teachers, Joon is the future of motivating neurodivergent children. Using a child-friendly video game (for ages 6-12), Joon helps motivate your child to focus and stay on top of their daily routine, tasks, & habits. **JOON’S GOAL** Help motivate your child with ADHD, ASD, ODD, General Anxiety, or Depression to focus and complete their daily tasks while learning basic responsibility and independence. Not only does Joon make it extremely easy to motivate kids to do important tasks using a video game, but it also teaches them valuable life skills that they won’t be able to learn in school. We’ve helped over two hundred thousand families complete more than 1M+ tasks, so why can't we help you? **HOW IT WORKS** Assign tasks as "Quests", then the video game does the rest. 1) Create a few tasks that your child struggles with the most (such as brushing their teeth, getting ready for school, etc.) 2) Your child chooses a virtual pet (called a Doter) to feed, wash, and grow. In order to take care of their pet and play the Joon video game, they must first complete the tasks you've assigned them. 3) Once completed, you will get a notification to review and approve/reject your child's completed tasks. If approved, your child will receive coins to use to care for their pet and unlock different parts of the video game! 4) As your child completes more and more tasks, they will develop habits and improve their daily routine - all because they want to play a video game! **THE PARENTING TOOL YOU NEED** + We make it easy to manage your child’s tasks and add in your existing routine. + We'll do the reminding to help your child stick to their routine. No more nagging from your end. + Your child will stay motivated to do the tasks assigned to them. In fact, 90% of kids on Joon complete all tasks assigned. + Choose from a large list of research-backed activities to help your child build important life skills that teach independence. Joon is only a year old and already has the attention of press, parenting publications, and parenting experts. To see the complete list, visit our website here: **HOW TO GET STARTED** 1) Install Joon on your device, create your family, and select a few beginning tasks you’d like your child to work on. 2) Help your child set up their account so they can see the tasks that you’ve assigned them. You can have them download Joon on their own device or share you phone. 3) Once your child completes their tasks, you can review and approve them to make sure they were completed correctly. 4) Once approved, your children receive coins and experience points that let them feed, level up, buy things, and progress in the game with their virtual pet. As your child continues to progress in the game, they actually progress in real life too! 5) Keep adding quests (and we’ll recommend you new ones too) to help your children develop good habits! Your children cannot grow on their own. Make sure to stay involved in the process and keep assigning new quests as needed to allow your children to continue helping, learning, growing, and progressing in the game. **QUESTIONS?** Email us at! We offer top tier customer support 24/7, 7 days a week, that will respond to your question within 15 minutes. -------------------- Privacy Policy: Terms Of Use:



  • Doesn’t help

    By econprof99
    My child lost interest in a matter of days, just long enough to use up free trial. I feel like the app was designed that way on purpose to drain money from parents looking for anything that can help.
  • Okay

    By tsheeder
    What little I have use it was ok till it won’t let me approve quest. It wants me to pay to continue using it.
  • It’s awesome

    By Joviatt
    My 12 yr old loves this. I love it. It’s been a few weeks now and he recently begged for more things to do. We’ve added rewards towards a bigger personal goal and he enjoys the app a lot.
  • Magical

    By Suzi42
    Joon has really helped our daughter with focusing on getting the things that she needs to do done. She loves earning rewards to help grow her critters.
  • Really great!

    By Canducci
    My son who isn’t ever motivated to do anything has been super into completing quest and making purchases. I will offer one suggestion I would like to see. For the rewards that they purchase I would like to have control over days it’s offered like the quest. Some things should only be a one time purchase and others should only show up on certain days. I hate having to explain why I can’t honor something that he was able to purchase because I didn’t get around to deleting it or changing it. Haha I even told my sister about this to help with her kids and they also love sister likes the fact that the therapist as access to the game as well. I’ve also had another friend download it for her kids.
  • Awesome app

    By apmeeks
    This app has been a blessing for my family. Our daughter is 12 and it’s hard to get her to do her chores. This app has really motivated her to get her every day tasks done. I highly recommend the app. We love it !
  • LOVE

    By KingsQueen0609
    My ADD Tweens are suddenly motivated to get their chores done so they can get the points for the game, and for external rewards. This has certainly made our busy schedule easier. Some of the chores normally assigned to one child, I have opened up to both so they know if the other kid does it, they get the points. It is a beautiful thing!
  • Didn’t work for us

    By Tandabat
    Signed up for the week trial to see if my kids would like this better than a paper chore chart. They loved it…for 6 days. The day my trial was up and I paid for a year, my 9 year old decided it was boring and my 8 year old decided it was too much work to log in to check off her chores. So now I’ve paid for a year and they’ve deleted it off their devices because they got like 5 of the little animals and are now bored. Also, it never worked very well on the old phone my younger kid has. The concept is great, so it gets some stars, but it just didn’t work for us.
  • Kids are way more motivated

    By Johnny5mac
    We are loving the two apps. It is nice to have a separate parent app and the kids have their “game app.” The kids are enjoying playing and upgrading their pets. They said they wish the parents could gift them items other than coins, but they are learning that coins equal items. The kids are asking for more “quests” and forget that they are “chores” that we used to ask them to do all the time. They are happy to be able to see their progress towards the different rewards that we have created for them. We are So very glad we found this app. The house is looking cleaner already.
  • This is working

    By JKro0521
    I have an eight-year-old son with autism that I haven’t been able to find anything to get him to do simple tasks, such as brushing his teeth or getting dressed. Joon has majorly alleviated some of the fighting in our house. I would love to be able to give bonus coins more than once a day but that’s my only complaint so far. Thank you for helping my family.