By Monitored Communications LLC

  • Category: Social Networking
  • Release Date: 2016-04-29
  • Current Version: 2.0.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 64.47 MB
  • Developer: Monitored Communications LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 4,204 Ratings


Talking Parents keeps a complete record of all communications between co-parents. We maintain the record as an independent third party, making sure parents cannot delete or alter anything from their conversations. Our iPhone app offers an enhanced experience for Talking Parents Premium subscribers and includes the following features: - Read and respond to messages. - View and create events on the shared calendar. - Send PDF copies of your Conversation Record. - Maintain personal notes to yourself on the Journal. - Receive instant notifications when you have a new message or event to view. - See how many new messages you have on the app icon. If you are not an existing Talking Parents Premium subscriber, upon logging in you will be offered the chance to sign up. Talking Parents offers a free month Premium account trial. At the end of your free month, fees will apply unless you cancel your subscription. Your iTunes account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. If you cancel your Premium account subscription you will still be able to access your account anytime for free via our website with any internet browser, including the one on your phone. Premium accounts include access to our mobile apps; unlimited access to electronic conversation records; a totally ad-free experience across all devices; a discount on printed records; and access to all archived attachments.




  • Opportunities for improvement

    By sje47
    I wish the calendar would let me schedule across multiple days at once (i.e. for fathers weekend time) without having to schedule individually each day. Adding in an “all day” option to override the time entry as well would be helpful! Other than that everything is going smoothly thus far.
  • Complete records

    By Smithly6282
    App is okay but one recommendation would be to have the ability to get a report for just one conversation topic. Or to manually select the ones you need. The way it currently is, if you need a record of conversations then you need to get a pdf of everything which could be thousands of pages if you’ve been using the app for a while. That’s ridiculous
  • Password

    By Free Again 1967
    I can’t seem to get to the point to actually change my password. It only sends me a link and gets me in
  • Best thing since the invention of slice bread!

    By Nickname Dad
    Nice tool.
  • Limited functionality to submit Payne to other parent

    By txsteal
    Paid for the upgraded version of TalkingParents and it doesn’t seem to have a way to submit payments or track payments to or from the other parent. For parents who have 50/50 payment responsibilities.
  • User unfriendly

    By P8trix
    Hard to use.
  • Need Apple Watch Support

    By B-Man83
    I have a cellular  Watch for a reason
  • UPDATE: After 1 Year Use

    By pat | r.
    I have been a Premium user for one year and it’s been buggy on every update since. If I could just write the code for you guys I definitely would. Sounds harsh, but it really isn’t when you consider the paying consumer and a business that can’t provide a simple and intuitive approach to communication via mobile technology for at least the past 12 months.
  • What happened to the sign in / sign out record???

    By judster
    The communications records used to have a sign in and sign out record but it’s gone now. I think it’s pretty important especially if you have a deadbeat dad who’s supposed to be video chatting with their kid twice a week per court order and all of a sudden skips the chats for 8 months straight. I’m sure the courts would like to know why he hasn’t communicated with me as to why he hasn’t called our son.
  • Disgusted

    By Short ban
    Don’t understand why I need to pay to talk to the other parent. It’s ridiculous!