Think of Bottell as your parenting sidekick. It can provide advice, recommendations, support, brainstorms, personalized plans, and more. You can interact with Bottell in a personalized chat or milestone check-in or read the articles it writes in the Parent Pulse blog. Bottell helps carry the mental load of parenting by helping parents solve problems, discover new ideas, and nurture their kids' development.
Bottell uses information about your child to personalize its responses. Information about your child consists of:
We use ChatGPT and proprietary prompt engineering to deliver responses that are flexible, effective, and tailored to your child's profile.
We offer two subscription tiers: a basic plan that's free (no credit card required) and a premium plan that costs $5 per month. You can cancel at anytime, penalty free. Specialized programs, like our potty training program, are currently a one-time cost of $19.
While ChatGPT is indeed powerful and flexible, Bottell is specifically designed for parents, and it combines the capabilities of ChatGPT with additional features:
While Bottell provides helpful and customized advice, it's not a replacement for professional medical or psychological advice. Always consult with a healthcare professional for serious concerns.
Yes, Bottell is accessible using a web browser across mobile devices, tablets, and desktops. As long as you're logged into your account, you can use Bottell wherever you go.
The name "Bottell" is a playful blend of 'bot' and 'tell,' symbolizing how our AI chatbot "tells" parents what they want to know. Additionally, the word 'bottell' evokes a familiar parenting item – a baby bottle – underlining our commitment to being a nurturing, supportive resource for parents in their journey of raising children.
Our roadmap is shaped by parents so may change. Some of the things we're planning include: suggesting follow-up questions in the personalized advice feature, offering email subscriptions for the Parent Pulse blog, and creating additional programs around big transitions (such as introducing solid foods).