Does not put default launcher back or give the option to do so. When you launch the app, it will ask you to set it as the default home launcher. This allows it to stop your child from exiting it. But it does not reset the home launcher to the original setting. So you have to close the app, bring up settings, change your default home all to be the launcher you want, then you can continue with your life. Could be resolved by having toddler lock ask the user what launcher they want to use on exit. Good idea. Not so good implementation.
Love love love My 2 yr old niece and 3 yr old nephew love playing with my phone and this is such a great way to let them have fun but also to make sure my phone is protected for their rapid random button pressing lol i love it! Only had one problem previously, it did freeze once but that was it. Highly recommend for your toddler!
FIX THE EXIT ERROR My kids both love this app and it was great and amazing. Now I have to work magic just to be able to use my phone after I have started up the app. Even after restarting my phone, the toddler lock app is still active and I can't use my phone. If this gets fixed, I would happily download again. I wouldn't even mind paying a bit for it...
Great for toddlers This app is the only one I found that can lock all exits for my toddler when he's playing on my phone. No matter what he can't turn it off or exit the app. It keeps his attention and allows me to know he won't be able to call anyone. Also there are no adds that pop up!
Fun with great lock-out. My boy really enjoys this one. Buying the upgraded version ($1?) will eliminate the ad that comes up upon closing the app. MUCH better than other developer's apps that are set up to make your child open their ad!
Used to love it I used this app heavily back in 2009/2010 with my first daughter. She loved it and it kept her entertained whenever we were out and about. It definitely isn't like it used to be. Even the sound is different. Like other users mentioned it is hard to leave the app. I think this has more to do with how newer Android phones are designed though. Perhaps they can come up with a work around? It kinda looks like the developers forgot about the app. A shame, It used to be the only good toddler app out there.
3.3 - fixed a crash