One Sec is a productivity app that helps users reduce phone addiction by providing short interruptions and breathing exercises. Users can block specific apps and websites, set time limits, and receive reminders of their usage. The app has both free and subscription versions, with some features locked behind the subscription. While some users find the app helpful in curbing phone addiction, others criticize the limited features in the free version and the need for a subscription to access certain functionalities.Best for
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It’s a good app until the free version no longer works and they want you to pay. It lets you use a bunch of apps and then it makes you only choose one and you can’t add anymore than one. What a waste of time to set this up and think it was going to be useful.
This app is great, and has definitely stopped unnecessary doomscrolling and such. I just think the intentional app switching being a ‘pro’ feature is dumb, as just taking a phone call or quickly responding to a text will force me to go through the process again.
Helps steer away from apps that may be deemed as time wasters be offers healthier alternatives and/or positive ways to remedy the situation to steer away from those apps. Highly recommend for anyone who needs time away from apps.
Doesn’t take Apple Pay, and camera doesn’t work when trying to input my card info
Setting up shortcuts automations doesn’t work for all the apps I wanted to block. Only major wellknown ones.
This app has been instrumental in helping me reduce my phone addiction. It has very thoughtful features and helps the user slowly ramp up the learning process to fight addiction. I would highly recommend it.
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