ScreenTimer App Automatically Records How Long Users Spend on a Smartphone

People who want to finally get on top of their excessive screen viewing, and parents who are concerned about their “generation text” child suffering from digital fatigue, can now download the revolutionary new app ScreenTimer in the Google Play Store.

Developed by Inner-G Design, ScreenTimer is the first app that automatically records how long users spend looking at their smartphones. In addition, users can set an alarm to limit their screen viewing, plus they can access a convenient graph to evaluate their weekly viewing habits and trends.

Parents will also love ScreenTimer’s innovative parental control feature, which lets them set limits on their child’s smartphone screen time. For safety, after the limit has been reached, the device can still be used for calling and text messaging.

A daily summary screen shows the total screen time broken down across all devices and weekly charts provide a broader view allowing for increased insight and greater control in understanding and managing device usage.

“We live in a digital world, and all kinds of screens are all around us demanding our attention on what seems like a 24/7 basis,” commented Evan Harlow of Inner-G Design.“It’s easy to lose track of just how much time we spend staring at screens — what seems like a few minutes is often a few hours. That’s where ScreenTimer is so unique and useful. For people who want to get on top of their screen usage, it provides precise data that helps them make positive behavior changes. And for parents, it’s a powerful tool to help protect their child from the short and long-term effects of digital fatigue.”

ScreenTimer, the revolutionary new app, is available now on Google Play at:
http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.screentimer

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