Developed by Chris Lacy, the 3.0 version of the app will also include an Action Dash Focus Mode. Users will be able to toggle the focus mode on and off, and when enabled the mode is designed to keep users on task. Included in the focus mode is a splash screen that pops up if users attempt to open blocked apps. Blocked apps are selected by the user and commonly include news, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Other functions similar to ActionDash Focus Mode include daily app limiters through the Usage Assistant. Daily limiters allow users to set time limits on selected apps and also present a usage tracker on the home screen of the device.
ActionDash is currently available on Android devices through the Play Store.
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ActionDash Focus Mode is Designed to Keep Users on Task
- By: Daniel JohnsonJul 3, 2019