1Focus lets you block distracting apps and websites to skyrocket your productivity. Beat procrastination and get things done by focusing on one task at a time. Ideal for students, entrepreneurs, and creative people.

"If you find yourself on Facebook or checking your email every five minutes, you need 1Focus." – Pagoda Technologies

"1Focus basically simulates crunch time for you; you set the apps/websites to block and the duration you want them blocked for so you can maximize a chunk of time and stay productive." – Business Insider

"1Focus is one of the best apps for tuning out the diversions that are most distracting for you." – Tyler Horvath, CEO of Tyton Media


• Block websites in Safari, Google Chrome, Opera and Brave
• Block parts of a website (e.g. or
• Block apps (e.g. games)
• Block internet access (by blocking all web browser apps)
• Create your own task presets
• Schedule multiple blocking sessions in advance
• Supports Dark Mode
• Simple and effective


• Schedule recurring blocks (e.g. Mo - Fr)
• Block all apps/websites except specific ones
• Block computer access past your bedtime (by blocking all apps)
• Block popular websites by category (e.g. Social Media)
• Block URL keywords (e.g. *news*)
• Optional pause function

Try it free for 14 days. $1.99/month or $9.99/year after.

Prices may vary by location. Subscriptions are charged to your iTunes Account. They automatically renew unless you cancel them in your Account Settings at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your Account is charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period.

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What’s New

Version 3.3.8

- Fixed website blocking bypass

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
362 Ratings

362 Ratings

amlcf ,

Very effective

I'd been wasting more and more time on distractions and knew I had to do something. This app was the answer. Wow, it's amazing how much work I can get done when I'm not wasting time on news, politics, and social media. I realliy love the inspirational reminder quotes, too. I don't mind the subscription model. as every hit on a block and quote page is using hosting bandwidth on the app developer's server. For privacy reasons, I do wish the quotes were generated locally by the app on the user's device, instead of externally hosted web pages. But as I have nothing to hide, I can live with the app developer knowing what sites I visit and block.

Developer Response ,

Thank you! 1Focus uses a local block page for every supported browser except Safari, where that doesn't work anymore since macOS Catalina. Also, it doesn't transmit the blocked website to the block page.

Socrates Dissatisfied ,

Great App for Writers and Academics

This is a great app. It’s better even than Freedom used to be. (Freedom now is pretty lowsy, in my opinon.) I like that I can block particular websites, categories of websites, any appication on my computer, and also create a schedule. I am terrible at self-control but this app really helps me stay on track! One great thing about this app is that I can still use the internet for research purposes, but block time-sucking websites that I might mindlessly wander to. I use it whenever I write. I would say, it’s a top 10 app for academics who must publish or perish.

circadian-slip ,


I'm get tired of the cash grab subscription model that exists with apps now. This app works, yes, but is it remotely similar to anything that is subscription based in relation to feature set? Not at all.

I have a hard time with Adobe, but at least they offer a serious range of feature rich tools and programs.

This? It's a timer.

Let me buy once and be done with it.


Response to developer response:

I fully support developers and will happily pay money to support them. I just don't fully buy (pun intended) this argument your making. I do see the benefit to you and the consumer by using a subscription model. You get better support, faster updates, and more updates as well.

But in all seriousness, it does NOT need to be this expensive, seeing that you already have a decently sized subscription base. Let's say that 1 in 30 people have written reviews for this app (which is incredibly modest). 233 X 30 = $6990. $6990 X $1.99 is $13,910 per month. $166,912 per year.

I would imagine that these numbers don't stand well with your argument.

Just make the app more affordable, that's literally all I'm saying.

Developer Response ,

Hi, basic app/website blocking is free so most 1Focus users pay nothing at all. The optional $9.99/year Pro subscription funds ongoing development, maintenance, and customer support.


Niklas Behrens
8.5 MB

OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor


English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish

Age Rating
In-App Purchases
  1. 1Focus Pro $1.99
  2. 1Focus Pro $9.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.