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The delightfully simple native blocker for your web browser on iOS 9 lets you block your own access to distracting websites of your choice. By default these are: 9gag.com, facebook.com, instagram.com, reddit.com, twitter.com, twitch.tv, vk.com, youtube.com.<br><br>Now instead of depleting your willpower and exercising self-control, you can block time wasting sites, avoid procrastination, regain productivity and accomplish more in life.<br><br>To enable Zero Willpower, just do the following 4 things:<br><br>0. Install the app<br>1. Open Settings<br>2. Tap Safari, then switch Content Blockers<br>3. Enable Zero Willpower<br><br>*DISCLAIMER* Zero Willpower does NOT block any apps, it ONLY blocks websites on Safari.
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I was laying on my bed in a personal development panic and I realized I needed to delete Instagram and Facebook again. BOOM!! Deleted. Awesome. 2 seconds later I’m scrolling through my Facebook feed on safari without even knowing it. So addicting. Very bad. Now I look at my phone and don’t even know what to do.....because Blocked all those addicted sites that only make you feel a little bit worse and like you are wasting your life away. Thanks guys! Very happy.
So we know the app can block websites for 1-24 hours, which is how many other website blockers work. The genius part is that the websites stay blocked after the timer is up. The trick is that during the timer, you do not have the option to unblock websites, while after the timer, you have that option. It’s amazing how many distractions you avoid by having the websites be blocked by default!
Hiding the app in my phone worked for me because a)my memory is comparable to that of a goldfish and b)I honestly couldn’t be bothered to chase it up and unblock the sites! And once you get the error message it reminds you— “Oh yeah. I have better things I should be doing..” 👌🏽
Mmmm... a little bummed. I use Chrome on my phone and was hoping to get the website list blocked, but didn't see the disclaimer at the bottom of the app description that this app on works for Safari. It works great for Safari, so the app gets 3 stars. But, since I paid $2 for this thing, it lost stars for not blocking sites on the superior web browser app.
I thought the timer blocks apps based on how long you use them. This is how apps like Stay Focused work on desktop. You can use your restricted websites for a certain time and then it'll block them. Instead this timer just blocks you from adjusting the list...def not worth $2. Nevertheless well designed app so 3 stars.
Developed by Zero to One Labs LLC.
Zero Willpower - block distracting websites is ranking in Productivity & Utilities
Last update was at Feb 15, 2017and the current version is 1.1.8.
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Zero Willpower - block distracting websites have a 66a user reviews.
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