Break your screen and social media addiction through small habit tweaks with Moment. Learn to put your phone down and focus on the moments that matter the most, like friends and family.
We understand, your phone is your life and it’s hard to put down between all of the emails, messages and social media profiles keeping you connected. But according to a study from UPenn, social media use actually increases depression and loneliness.
If you want to disconnect from your screen and social media, our guided coaching will show you how. Balance screen time with reminders and insights and get up to an hour back everyday!
Take control of your social media and phone usage with Moment.
Device Addiction Coaching
• Improve health, wellness and focus by reducing your phone usage
• Moment Coach will guide you along the way to keep you on track
• Moment runs in the background to help manage your phone usage without needing to open the app
Screen Time Management & Measurement
• Track how much you use your phone or tablet automatically
• Track which apps you use the most (iPhone only)
• Log how many times you pick up your phone
• Break down each day to see when you’re on your device and what apps you’re using
• Track where you go each day, and have it plotted on a map
Parental Control & Family Time
• Establish phone-free times for more family time
• Improve your focus and connections by decreasing your screen time
• Let your friends and family know you’re putting down your phone for a while to reduce distractions and improve accountability
• Quickly see how long you and your family have used your phone today
• No, the app doesn’t track how long you spend looking at your watch
Smartphones are great tools for productivity, entertainment and connectivity, but like all things, are best used in moderation. Learn to manage device addiction with simple coaching and management techniques from Moment.
Warning to parents: Moment is not strictly about parental control. Using Moment Family as a parent gives you certain powers, but your children have power too.
• If your daughter notices you on your phone while you’re supposed to be watching a family movie together, she can start family dinner time for the entire family until the movie is over. That means no one can pick up their phone, and you as the parent can’t turn that family dinner time off.
• Your entire family can see everyone else’s screen time for the day from the family scoreboard.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Moment has been designed to use GPS sparingly.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICING AND TERMS
Moment offers two auto-renewing subscription options:
$7.99 per month
$59.99 per year
These prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on the country of residence.
Your Moment Coach subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You will be charged through your iTunes account within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal in your iTunes Account settings. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription.
Terms of service: https://inthemoment.io/terms
A few important bug fixes, and many stability improvements to keep Moment tracking your screen time better.
Ratings and Reviews
Great app but drain on battery
I’ve used the free version of Moment for over a year(?) now. The premise of the app is great and it works well enough but it wasn’t until I went a few days without it that I realised how much it was draining my battery! I won’t be using it for now since without I don’t need to constantly charge my phone which is more useful for me than knowing exactly how much time I spent using it (although I am keeping Moment and plan on purchasing premium in the near future!).
I also often had (in my opinion) inaccurate times from using my phone after midnight but before bed (so I’d sometimes start my day having apparently already spent 2 hours on my phone), clashes between moment and my alarm (and me forgetting to turn moment back on after having used my alarm), and just general dissatisfaction at seeing my phone time for the day turn red, knowing that most of that was from reading ebooks or using language apps, which aren’t necessarily time-wasters in the same way as Twitter or Facebook!
But using Moment has been really interesting and it’s the best app of this kind I’ve ever used! It was particularly interesting to see that on days where I was doing the same things (i.e. same work shifts or time spent at uni) that my screen time would be eerily similar, showing that my phone bingeing is far more routine than it should be!
I loved the previous version!
I got the app during the summer lull, recommended by some phone-addict friends. It kept a check on my phone-time, reminding me that there was a life off the screen. But, actually, I’m not that much of an addict myself, and I use my phone as a Kindle to read from. During the holidays, my use ranged between two and three hours per day. I kept thinking that it would decrease after the holidays, and I was right! As a teacher, I simply don’t have any time to sit and read!
So I was a bit annoyed when Big Brother started getting judgemental on me. “You have hit your target of 50 pickups!” “You’ve now picked up your phone 90 times!” Well, first I didn’t set a target, and second, I don’t think that 54 minutes across a day should make me feel guilty. Especially since I was reading a book during that time.
There doesn’t seem to be any way to amend the target (50 pickups) or to reduce the nagging complaints. I liked it better before.
Great app, accessibility tweaks needed.
It would be great if the app was more accessible, specifically for those who need larger text like me. Yes the app supports larger text, but nothing except the text changes size (as is what generally happens with such features, to be fair) so actually being able to read becomes extremely difficult when multiple lines of text merge into one another, or expand outside the parameters of a box and so are 70% completely missing. What’s more irritating though is that the app cannot read a screenshot of my battery when I have larger text enabled, so every time I go to take one I have to reduce the UI text size and then enlarge it again once I have taken it.
- Moment Health Inc.
- 102.7 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 11.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © Moment Health Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Moment Premium £3.99
- Moment Coach £7.49
- 3 Months of Moment Family £14.99
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.