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**OurPact Jr. is the companion app for devices paired to OurPact Parent accounts.** <br><br>Do not install on parent devices. Install OurPact Jr. on your devices you wish to manage.<br><br>If you have an OurPact Parent account you can download OurPact Jr. on devices paired to your account. <br><br>OurPact Jr. is a portal for users on a paired device to view their screen time limitations and schedules.<br><br>With OurPact Jr. a user is able to see the current status of their screen time limitations. For instance, they can see whether they are currently granted or blocked. They'll also be able to see the duration of their block or when they will have access to their device later. <br><br>OurPact Jr. users can also view not only their daily screen time schedules, but weekly schedules. By tapping into the schedules view, they can see what schedules have been created for that given day and later schedules created throughout the week.
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Basically, whenever Ourpact deactivates apps on my phone and allows me to go on them again, it turns off notifications. FOR EVERY SINGLE APP. Now some people don’t see the issue but some kids have apps like whatsapp, gmail, remind, edmodo, etc (all apps used by teachers, professors, clubs and in schools), I’ve gotten emails/ messages from colleges and reminders clubs and teachers I didn’t even know I was receiving, in turn negatively effecting the way I appear to ideal colleges, (since I don’t respond because I’m not aware of them reaching out to me) and muting my connection with school reminders. I have missed a ridiculous amount of emails and events at school simply because the devs refuse to fix this issue. And as anyone would feel, I seriously hate that I have to manually open every single app on my phone and re-turn on notifications. EVERY SINGLE DAY. Not just games, every app in general. Some apps don’t even have the option to turn on notifications again. One thing is thinking your helping your kid by helping them form a healthy schedule, and another thing is just being unnecessarily complicated and extra, which in turn always backfires. The last thing, OurpactJr crashes every time I open it or try to rearrange my apps. Fix this. Sincerely, very concerned highschool student.
Yes, i am a teen using this app. And yes, i do deeply hate this app. However, i do understand it’s purpose and it does it’s job very well. This review is solely to try to fix some bugs that really inconvenience me every day with this. The main bug that is that whenever my phone gets disabled, it turns off notifications for everything. I understand not getting notifications when i’m not supposed to. However, when it gets reenabled, i have to go through all of my apps and reenable the notifications. Also, with some apps like Instagram, it completely removes the option to turn notifications back on. I can fix it by reinstalling it, however the same problem occurs whenever my phone gets disabled and reenabled. I don’t completely know if this can be fixed without affecting other things, however, it would be amazing if the developers that make this app could fix it. Other than that, the app does everything it was meant to do. It is a well designed and developed app, with very few bugs. In fact, i can’t think of any other bugs off the top of my head. As i said before, i really don’t like the app, but does any teen that this app is being used on really enjoy it? It does its job finely, and the developers deserve props for it.
Many kids being monitored by this app give it a bad review and I agree with some of them. However this is a great app and definitely serves its purpose. Although apps do get rearranged and it is inconvenient to have to turn your time on every time you use your phone it really helped me become less attached to my phone. One thing I would definitely advise thinking about before you get this app is why your child is using their phone a lot. I was a 14 year old when this app was installed on my phone when I was caught up at night on my phone and using it constantly during the day. I personally don’t really enjoy staring at a screen all day but I was on my phone a lot because I was talking on of my closest friends out of suicide almost every night. This app limited my access to doing this and could have potentially killed them. If you know why you kid is needing these restrictions and they are not on their phone for a good reason this is a great app to help control the amount of screen time they use. I also would consider using this app as a training tool and not just for a forever thing. This app helps change mindsets and once this happens the app is no longer needed. Please give you child a chance to prove this after using the app for a period of time.
I’m monitored by OurPact but I’m leaving this review as objective as I can- because I want others considering this app to hear a non-biased opinion from the “victim” side. It’s very effective for restricting your children’s access, which, for the purpose of this app is great. It can remove everything, from safari and Siri to the notes app and camera. I would consider though the safety risks of removing per say the notes, camera, or safari app. Though it seems like in an emergency you’d only need phone capabilities but I’m assuming a child is being monitored who uses a iPad over an iPhone. Kids are smart when it comes to emergencies. When I was 10 years old i was alone and got locked out of my house and figured out how to download a online phone application through the AppStore. I don’t know what apps you can selectively control but if you can I’d keep restrictions light on things such as safari and the AppStore if your planning to restrict your child’s iPad or unserviced iPhone. Overall works great with a few bugs. If I were a parent who valued control this would be the best approach.
I am a mother of two boys ages (9) and (14). We have been struggling with screentime rules in our house. The kids always find a way to sneak on their phones. This app completely blocks it all and allows us to have communication and family time. It is amazing. Also I saw all the kids brilliantly posting on how to disable this app. Let me in return help all the parents. On iPhones under settings>general>restrictions there is a passcode you can set up that doesn’t interfere with the passcode the kids already have on the phone. It is completely separate. Once you pick a passcode you can go into the phone and manually disable safari and make all games and music age appropriate. Also you can go to account changes. Then click the lovey little option that says accounts, then click beside allow changes. This will no longer allow the child into the settings of the phone to delete this app. They will be frozen out of it. Hope this helps all of you parents out there! Keep fighting the good fight!
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OurPact Jr. is ranking in Lifestyle & Utilities
Last update was at Jul 09, 2019and the current version is 7.0.
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