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Apple shuts down screen limiting apps, but its own version is flawed


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With Apple's iOS 12 arrival in September, iPhone users saw "Screen Time" features make their way to  phone screens to counter-intuitively help them spend less time on their phones. But Apple's built-in phone addiction fighting tool isn't necessarily the best way to decrease screen time.

Although users could finally track phone and specific app usage while also limiting the amount of time spent on the phone and in apps, it didn't instantly eliminate the problem. For parents, it offered a way to manage kids' tech and connected time. The tool was a long time coming (Google's similar wellbeing tool for Android phones was available in Aug. 2018), but other apps had stepped up over the years to offer phone addicts and parents similar, yet often expanded, features.  Read more...

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