When using Android, you should install some applications that can cause certain distractions throughout the day, including at times that you need to keep some attention. By default, Android Pie has even implemented some tools to limit access to applications, but anyone who uses an earlier version of the system has ended up without access to this feature.
Fortunately, thanks to the use of other apps available on Google Play, you can create some good habits to inhibit the addiction at times that you need to stay focused. Here’s how to block application sweeps for certain times of the day.
As mentioned above, to accomplish the task mentioned it is necessary to obtain a new application, which does not require the root of the device. In addition, it works on any phone that has Android 4.0 or higher.
Before proceeding, it must be borne in mind that the following process can be completely reversed. So, in this way, it is also up to you to discipline so as not to cheat when you want. Here’s how:
- Go to Google Play and download Block Apps – More Productivity & Focus .
- Proceed with an explanation of how the application works.
- In the message that appears, click on “Enable” and go to “Go to settings”
- Now tap the “Block” and grant the requested permission.
- Back to the app screen, click the icon represented by “+”, then go to “Add activation time” and select the time at which you want to block some programs.
- Once the blocking times have been selected, click “Add apps to block” and select the applications that can not be accessed. Click “Ok”
- Back to another screen, click on the “Confirm” button and then on “Activate”.Now when you try to open the application at a time when it is locked, you will receive a message from the application as shown in the image below.
Ready! You already know how to block apps from time to time to keep you more focused on your day-to-day business. At any time, you can access the Block Apps application to remove the block you created or, if you prefer, perform its uninstall, which also removes restrictions.