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About this app

Let your device care for your eyes
Our application is designed by scientists and optometrists so that your device can protect your eyes and these of your children against myopia.

Features and highlights:
- Create profiles for your family members and monitor their healthy digital habits knowing the distance at which they use the screen, the ambient light level and the daily screen time.
- Adjust the level of eye protection for each of your family members and define a daily screen time limit.

- Looking up close for a long time can cause far-vision loss. Myopia.app will help you keep your device at a healthy distance.
- Too much screen time can cause myopia and visual fatigue. Myopia.app will help you control screen time based on scientific recommendations.
- Bright light outdoors and at home can protect your vision. Myopia.app will help you keep healthy ambient light habits.

Updated on
Aug 23, 2023

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
Personal info, Photos and videos and 3 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

1.1K reviews
Kasey Thach
May 22, 2023
Good concept, except when you consider the fact that many users of this app probably have high myopia (-4.00 and above). This means we can't see anything on our screen past about 15-20 cm or so, but the problem is the app requires you to be 30+ cm away from the screen at all times, which completely disregards people with higher myopia who have to see closer than 30 cm. Thus, this app has no functionality for me until I improve my vision, and I can't use the app itself as a tool for improvement.
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Tony Stark
July 11, 2020
It is a really good thing to expose the eyes to blue light during the daytime. It is this natural short wavelength light which helps to keep us energized, awake and to boost our moods. However, this blue light when emerges from the mobile devices during night time is not good for our sleep. All this
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Mauricio Gracia Gutierrez
December 28, 2021
It works quite well, unless you are making a call or recording and audio. In this scenarios my face will be close to the device no need to show the message. Is weird to see a message of "you are too close to the screen" while you are in a call
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Capital Certainty SL
December 28, 2021
Thank you Mauricio! This is an excellent advice. Unfortunately, in order for an app to "know" that another app, such as telephone, is in use, a special, rare permission is required. But we will consider your advice and do our best to figure something out. Kind regards!

What's new

- Updated and optimized to support Android 13,
- Included the new Notifications permission,
- Fixed many bugs in the login and signup screens,
- Improved the design in the weekly digital habits archive.