Moment – Screen Time Tracker

Moment – Screen Time Tracker

By Moment Acquisition Inc.

Score: 4.5
From 8,653 Ratings


Track how much you and your family use your phone and tablet each day, automatically • See what apps you use the most too! Moment is the first and only app on the App Store to do this. • Set daily limits on yourself and find a balance for the screens in your life. Moment Family • Monitor all of your family member’s screen time too. - Look at your entire family’s day from the comfort of your own device. • Start screen-free family dinner time, which means for the next 60 minutes, every time a person in your family picks up their phone or tablet, an annoying alert will go off and everyone will hear it. How embarrassing! - You can decide how long each family dinner time will last. - Everyone in your family can start family dinner time, including your children. - Schedule it for the same time every day. • Change a family member’s daily limit and force them to put down their phone when they’re over that limit. The Highlights • Tracks how much you use your phone or tablet automatically. • Keeps track of what apps you use the most almost automatically (iPhone only). • Trains you with the Coach to use your phone less, if that’s your goal. • Logs how many times you pick up your phone each day. • Force yourself off your device when you’re over your limit, and force your family members to do the same. • Break down each day to see when you’re on your device and what apps you’re using. • Tracks where you go each day, and have it plotted on a map. • Invisible app. Once you set it up and as long as the app is running in the background, you never have to open it again. • Choose from 6 relaxing reminder sounds and 6 intense sounds for your daily limit reminders. Apple Watch • Quickly see how long you and your family have used your phone today. - You’ll see a colorful icon for each one of your family members on your glance. Green means well under their daily limit, yellow means getting close, and red screams they went overboard. • No, the app doesn’t track how long you spend looking at your watch. 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. You can see if your son is over his limit for the day, and he can see if you are over yours! Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Moment has been designed to use GPS sparingly.



  • Hola

    By Soy.ami
    Debería ser el máximo para verde 2 horas y máximo amarillo 3 horas y media y despies de ahi roja
  • Could be better. Okay as it is...

    By See Ya!
    The app does what they say it does well enough. Some improvements are needed. For example, there are many apps that most would not consider ‘screen time’ or a waist of time (as the case may be). Listening to iHeart Radio, or other music apps, is not screen time, but still conflates the stats (making them basically useless). Since it’s mostly a personal help tool, the user ought to be able add to a list of apps that are not tracked, vs. the developer needing to maintain such a list (of apps the user does not consider screen time). Sure, they will likely add these features some day, but then, I’ll also likely have to ‘in app’ purchase them too... Overall, not a bad app. Works as expected.
  • Disappointed

    By Rayahmora
    This app provided a lot of insight, however, like others complaints there’s something not adding up. At 12:37am I got a notification I had been on my phone for 1 hour and 6 minutes. How is that possible if there’s only been 37 minutes of the new day? If it was counting time from the 11pm hour than, it’s counted twice. I’ve noticed a lot of glitches like that. It also has been saying I’m using Siri. I’ve never used Siri. Weird.
  • Great Concept, Poor Execution

    By Kami25
    I want to get a handle on how much time I am spending, or rather wasting, on my phone and my iPad. I loaded this app with high hopes. However, on both my iPad and my iPhone, the app essentially refuses to run. It “quits“ shortly after I pick up my device. Not impressed.
  • Hopefully will work with other languages soon

    By aphoward
    Love the concept and design of this, but until it works with other phone languages (I keep my phone in French) for tracking specific apps or excluding certain apps (sleep cycle runs overnight, causing the number of "hours" to skyrocket) in other languages, going to be hard to get value from it
  • Major recent decrease in function

    By manny12123
    I’ve used this app for over a year but for whatever reason it’s not working anymore. I don’t see any recent updates so I’m not sure what happened but it’s not what it once was.
  • It’s a decent app.

    By Zacko7.0
    I use this app in the background quite frequently, but this app has the exact same name of a brand name app that I use and anytime I try to open this app, it opens that one. You guys failed there that’s for sure. Just a tip, but you might need to change your name, cause that’s a problem... they’re also called Moment and from my perspective, I think they’ve been around longer.
  • Need critical help

    By AWSTX26
    Need help! I’m loving the accuracy of this app but 2 nights in a row now, my daughter was a few minutes over the limit I set for her and it erased almost all apps on her phone including the App Store and safari and all apps she had downloaded! I don’t know why this keeps happening! Please help. I spent the $15 for 3 months of service and don’t want to delete the app but I’m about to with this bug!
  • It’s surprising and enlightening

    By Osanad424
    Shows you exactly how much time you’re in front of the screen. Which gives you your life back
  • So far, so good

    By amyclimbs
    The premium version of Moment costs $4 one time only for now, so that’s a no-brainer. I like that it reminds me every 30 minutes how much screen time I’ve had. You can adjust that time interval. I’m still exploring the other features, but that one alone is worth the money for me.