Moment App Tracks How Addicted You Are to Your iPhone

Moment App Tracks How Addicted You Are to Your iPhone

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Moment is a new app that tracks where you go each day and how much time you spend on your iPhone.

Developer Kevin Holesh says, "I built Moment to help nudge me in the right direction by automatically tracking my daily iPhone use and giving me a warning when I’m on it for too long. When I first started using Moment, I was spending 75 minutes on my phone every single day. I currently have my daily limit set to 40 minutes, so after 40 minutes on my iPhone for the day, I get an annoying buzzer telling me to look away from the glowing box in my hands. That’s a good amount of time for me right now."

What the app does
• Tracks where you go each day, and have it plotted on a map.
• Tracks how much you use your iPhone automatically.
• Invisible app. Once you set it up, you never have to open it again.
• Choose from 5 relaxing reminder sounds and 5 intense sounds for your daily limit reminders.

You can download Moment from the App Store for free.

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Moment App Tracks How Addicted You Are to Your iPhone
Frugga - June 29, 2014 at 2:24pm
...and all that information will be sent to the gouvernment so they can better spy on you.
Queen Barack Hussein Obama - June 29, 2014 at 1:57pm
Oh my minions yes get busy with your gadgets while the world around you is changing faster than you can poop. Soon welcome to communist states of America!
terrance&Philip - June 28, 2014 at 10:46pm
This app is stupid. If I have to select "using my iPhone" every time whats the point. useless junk.
StewartG - June 28, 2014 at 3:10pm
Why would you limit yourself to using it? Use it as long as the battery permits it you'd like. Unless it's texting and driving or drinking and driving. That shit kills. Otherwise, enjoy your expensive phone all you want. Is it different than being a couch potato?
Lolwut - June 28, 2014 at 3:07am
So it just judges what we use most? Why?
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