AntiSocial: phone addiction

4.2
8.18K reviews
500K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Are you curious to find out how much you use your cell phone compared to other people? AntiSocial is designed to not only help you understand what ‘normal usage’ looks like, but to give you the tools to manage, block and control your cell phone usage so that you can unplug, minimize distractions and focus on the things that matter.
While there are other apps available that are designed to restrict phone usage, AntiSocial feels strongly about empowering the user by giving them the information they need to take necessary action. This is done through the clearest and most simple interface available and is the only app to deliver detailed reports full of all the information you need to make an informed decision.

What makes AntiSocial unique?
★ Your cell phone usage will be benchmarked against all other users. Get an understanding of what is ‘normal usage’
★ Phone does not need to be unlocked and screen doesn’t need to be on for AntiSocial to work
★ Least impact on battery life and data
★ Simple and easy to understand regular reports
★ Most accurate data available
★ Extremely user friendly interface
★ Comprehensive customer support for users
★ Ad Free - Forever

So how does it work?

Once installed, AntiSocial works in the background of your phone without you even knowing it. It accumulates all of your activity and delivers an easy to understand report.

More importantly, you will be able to learn whether you use your phone more or less than everyone else. Knowledge is power, and from there it’s up to you whether you want or need to take action to control your cell phone usage. The app offers the ability to manage, block apps and restrict usage but again, this is entirely up to the user.
AntiSocial empowers you to take control of your phone time and minimize distraction. We understand that controlling cell phone usage may be a bigger problem for some than others which is why on top of delivering information to the user, you can also take action by blocking apps, disabling apps and restricting your usage to give you some much needed off time if you’re feeling addicted. And while it may not be a catastrophic problem yet, it is becoming harder for us to unplug and disconnect from our phones. We understand it can be difficult to avoid the distraction of our cell phones, especially when it comes to studying, working or downtime. The ability to block games and block social media can go a long way to achieving a better mental state and minimizing distraction so you can focus on what’s important.

Free with no ads.

Track total usage on social media, texting, listing to music, and much more. You can even compare your cell phone usage with other users all over the world.


For those looking to break their addicting habit, avoid being distracted by their phone or just give themselves a bit of off time, AntiSocial is the solution. With comprehensive reporting and in-depth scoring system, you get to keep track of all your daily activities and interactions.

Break your phone addiction and take charge of your day with AntiSocial! The best cell phone usage tracker available.

BENEFITS:

★ Keep track of your unlocks and phone time
★ Track all of your daily phone usage
★ View daily and weekly reporting of your app usage
★ Compare your app usage with others from around the world
★ Signature in-depth scoring system
★ Discover ways to break your app addiction habit
★ 3 optional blocking modes to help control phone use, block apps that you overuse

It is important to point of that AntiSocial CANNOT: Read content of messages, or contents of any app, or track your location.

► The Next Web - lists AntiSocial as the app to make a big impact in 2017
► Huffington Post - lists AntiSocial as the app to change a genre in 2017
► Entrepreneur - listed as the app to make you more efficient in 2017


Download AntiSocial today!
Check and see how addicted you are!

For more information, visit www.antisocial.io
Updated on
Oct 31, 2020

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data isn’t encrypted
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.2
8.18K reviews
Andrew Koester
March 25, 2019
Great app for managing your phone usage. It's got a bit of an annoying bug where it blocks certain apps that aren't on the blocklist until you go into the settings. I'd also love to be able to set multiple types of blocking modes, like no app usage from 12-9am and also a maximum of two hours a day. Setting different blocking based on the app would also be great, though it would be difficult to keep the UI easy to use.
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Joshua Beristain
October 19, 2018
I love this app so much. It has honestly played a major part in helping me break my phone addiction. I realized that before the most recent update, while using the timer on the blocked apps, anything after 8 minutes would be very off (9 minutes turned into 15, 10 minutes into 20, etc). But this most recent update seems to have fixed those issues, and the timer now seems to be very accurate. Hopefully it stays this way!
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Brian Scoggins
November 24, 2018
While I really like the core functionality (it's really quite good at helping you limit your time on the phone), the app apparently requires an internet connection when you're interacting with it. This would be a non-issue if it was just pinging Google to determine connectivity. But instead it pings Antisocial's server, so your ability to use the app-blocking core functionality is contingent on something you have only partial control over. Imagine that you have blocked access to a messaging app, but suddenly need access to info from that app. If somebody at Antisocial has tripped over a cable, you're locked out, even though the analytics portion that requires connectivity is a secondary function.
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What's new

Please keep AntiSocial updated to receive the latest features and improvements.

This update contains:
- Multiple stability fixes and improvements;
- UI updates.