Screen Time Parental Control

Screen Time Parental Control

By Screen Time Labs

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2015-12-15
  • Current Version: 3.17
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 39.87 MB
  • Developer: Screen Time Labs
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
From 591 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:




  • Ok for now

    By Papo020
    I’ll give 5 stars when I can see and limit what apps our kids are using on iOS. I used this on android and it works great. So I’m just waiting on the Apple version to do the same. But for now the daily limit, pausing on our phones and the tasks work very well.
  • Worst app ever

    By Eyeless jack the fair
    This app is awful and my son keeps texting me to ask for more time in school because he has bring your own technology at his school
  • Don’t understand the fuss

    By redd mutt
    I have an Apple iPhone and I can see breakdowns on time uses amongst a child’s apps. This app has been improved at least since some of these reviews have been written. It does help to control use on android and Apple phones. Email alerts let you monitor daily reports.
  • Scam

    By MEJazz
    This app was made to help manage kids. What it really is an app wich will break your wifi and destroy evreything. And its $4.99 per month all they are is just greedy and it will ruin your kids life so its money for a total scam even the overall rating is one star so just dont install it
  • Parents

    By D LS
    Good app. Does what I have been looking for. Kids not to happy about it but understand it's fairness. App does need few improvements but overall- fabulous app.
  • boo

    By Maxxpls
    i want my life back.
  • Wonderful tool

    By GDcthfftcfgcfcct
    This app is a great parenting help tool.
  • Expensive, buggy, 100% unhelpful

    By meowbeastmusica
    ScreenTime Labs' Apple app is full of bugs with no real fixes, and is almost guaranteed to frustrate all parties involved, as their website also provides little to no helpful advice for both the parent version and the child version. It is labelled here as free, but in reality will tell you upon installation that it requires monthly payment to function. As for offered services, the only relatively "useful" feature is the daily time limit. It only counts how much time the screen is on for, not which app is being used. It also counts the 5 seconds when the lock screen lights up from incoming notifications, which is a considerable annoyance. It doesn't, however, count time used listening to music with the screen turned off. That one easy get-around can potentially add hours to your child's time limit (if they're a music lover) and therefore render this feature entirely useless. Aside from the constant technical malfuntions, it will only fuel a negative environment surrounding your child and their phone; they may begin to see you as controlling or overbearing, assuming they don't already. They may become anxious about notifications turning their screen on when they aren't using the device, or even just about using their phone in general. At that point, why would they have a phone at all? They aren't using it to its full potential. You aren't allowing them to. Why waste your money on this "service" when you could simply take the device away? If you are looking at this app as a last-resort-type attempt to get your kids to spend more time with the family, look elsewhere. Maybe try inside yourself; there's clearly a much deeper problem if nothing you've done so far to bring your teenager back to ~family time~ has helped.
  • Glitchy

    By Helicopterguy
    Way to glitchy on my kids iPhone 5 and 6. Major pain in the rear to maintain due to lockup’s for no reason.
  • Got 3 hours to kill?

    By Proud dad in Chicago
    Just spent three hours installing and then uninstalling this app. Zemila in their tech support couldn't have been more professional but the app kept on locking access to all apps including itself.