Screen Time Parental Control

Screen Time Parental Control

By Screen Time Labs

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2015-12-15
  • Current Version: 3.02
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 44.30 MB
  • Developer: Screen Time Labs
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
From 404 Ratings


Screen Time is a parental control app that lets you manage the time your kids spend on their tablets and smart phones. Are your kids spending too much time on their tablet or phone? - Screen Time has a timer that lets you set a daily time limit on the amount of time you want to allow. Are they playing games past bedtime? - Block games, social media, messaging and all downloaded apps at bedtime Are they getting enough sleep? - Block all apps at lights out time Do you worry how they’re using their device at school? - Block social apps and games during school hours Do you struggle to get them off their devices when you need to? - Time for lunch? Push a button on your phone, and your kids will be timed out from their devices. No more begging, bribing, or shouting! Reward your kids with bonus time for completing tasks and chores - Kids used up today's Screen Time? If they tidy their room you can reward them with bonus time from the convenience of your own device. Add as many different tasks and chores as you like - you'll be amazed how your kids start to manage their time responsibly! Screen Time Premium Screen Time is free to use to monitor your family's devices for as long as you like. When you first setup Screen Time you get a 14 day free trial of Screen Time Premium which allows you to manage and limit your family's device usage. After your trial you can continue to use Screen Time Premium with a monthly subscription. Screen Time Premium is available for $4.99 per month, $27.99 every 6 months, or $54.99 per year. You can subscribe and pay through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Auto-renew may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. When you purchase a subscription, any unused portion of your free trial period will be forfeited. Feedback If you have any problems please take a look at our help pages, or contact us via the contact page of our website, since we cannot always help you if you post questions in the reviews. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Privacy policy: Terms of use:



  • Great app

    By Cassdpm
    This lets me control time used each day on 3 different iPads for 3 different kids. Really helps me to manage their screen time.
  • Pay a lot or get nothing

    By Morganski11
    No subscription, no functionality.
  • Love it

    By Csdalrymple
    So I've put off buying a phone for my 10 year old, but circumstances motivated me to go ahead and get him one so I can stay in contact with he and his sister a little easier when they're at mom's. Love this app.
  • Screen time works!

    By Mother_of_teen
    I personally love this app. My teen started doing poorly in school and was coming home with little to no cell battery. Well we out two and two together pretty fast. We started with the 14 day trial and quickly decided we needed the year. We block all music, social media and gaming apps during school hours. I love that we can choose what apps get blocked. I also like the feature where you can set tasks, such as doing a chore to award them more screen time. This app has been great for us, of course our teen hates it, that means it works!

    By Lucas01210
    This is such an awful app in so many ways! You should be able to put a time limit on certain apps not all of them! And it constantly blocks my apps for no reason saying screen time may have accidentally blocked your apps! Plz fix that! It also blocks your wifi and that stops it from updating if your parents give you more time!!!! I RECOMMEND THAT YOU NEVER GET THIS APP!
  • A dream of a parental control in a difficult world of kids and tech

    By GratefulParent
    This application has been a huge positive as parents. My seven year youngbson in particular was a challenge beforehand, deferring homework over arcade games, waking up ahead of me to sneak video game times, etc. Once Screentime was installed we had an ability to make the application a huge controller so we as parents weren't the bad guys limiting their ipad use- it was the application now built in to its use. Secondly, we were able to reinforce positive behavior, bonusing them extra minutes when warranted, or having the capacity to shut their screens off when necessary. I have recommended this application to more than eight friends and acquaintances.
  • Disappointed!

    By Hmcheng
    I installed the program on different tablets used by my kids. It worked for only one or two months, then it stoped to function correctly. My kids can play games on Fire tablet which has Screen Time installed. I checked the setting and it clearly indicates that the bedtime was set properly. It simply failed to work....... I also found that new programs are not blocked even the program has been set to limit all newly installed programs. In short, the program cannot work properly at all. Though I subscribe one year subscription, I believe that I won't renew my subscription since I am totally disappointed!!! Update: This APP is totally a joke! My kids can still play tablet even when the "bedtime lock" is activated! It just flashes a blue screen then disappears. All programs are not blocked at all! If you are considering purchasing this APP, don't waste your money. One of the worst program you can investigate!

    By I hate the Screen Time app!!!
    This app blocked apps and deleted then and turned off my wifi, and it took me over an hour to get my phone back to the way it was before. If i could give this app zero stars i would
  • Ok, but lose visibility of your child.

    By IronMike LB
    The idea behind ScreenTime is pretty solid, like all the other apps out there for managing the time your child spends on their devices. It does that pretty well. The real problem for us has been simple, but serious. If you "block" the kids with ScreenTime during School hours, which is part of the app, the child's GPS stops sharing their location. If the run out of screen time, the sharing of their location is blocked by ScreenTime. Our kids don't get a bus, and walk home from school, I think they used to call us "latch key kids" when we were that age and walking home. They cross streets, and they often walk alone. Not babies anymore, but still young, impressionable kids doing many things independently for the first time. While we live in a nice place for sure, suffice it to say no place is quite "Mayville" anymore. At least if you read the news. So we would check in to make sure they were getting home timely, using iOS's "Find My Friends" app. Simple, and it worked to "see" them heading home. We weren't "obsessive" about this, but this was a great benefit and piece of mind, knowing where the kids were no matter what, especially if there was any type of emergency situation --or if we just wanted to meet him after he started walking. Pretty much every parent is doing "FindMy Friends" with their kids. We share our locations with the kids too. They like knowing where we are too especially if I'm on a business trip, they follow my progress, and send texts. Very cute. Since they sell to concerned parents, it is only fair that they acknowledge this up front. They _were_ however upfront that they won't be fixing this, as they say say they can't. Bummer for us, to say the least. Microsoft and Amazon already have already released 'screen time' control apps. Microsoft's is awesome and free (only works on MS products --but includes xBox, phones, tablets and PC's) Apple too is expected to follow, and create their own screen time type app too. You won't need a third party app if and when they release this as an iOS feature. Since I paid for a year, and used for only weeks before discovering this problem, "Sam" from ScreenTime was pretty good about explaining how to get a refund from the App Store and emailed a link explaining how to do it. Hope this is helpful to other parents. Thanks.
  • Very useful

    By ALQ
    This app has helped me immensly in keeping the set screen limit rules with my two boys (aged 5 & 7). Now instead of them seeing me as the 'baddie' enforcing the 1 hour per day rule, the app just does it for me. The hardly even complain now, just start playing with their toys :) I do wish I could add our console account into Screentime too though and there are some interface issues with the app, which is why I didn't rate 5 stars, but I am on the whole very happy with this purchase.