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Focus Blocks Website/App Distractions So You Can Concentrate

You’re typing away on that report you need to get, and then you get a notification…or two…or three. Perhaps you check a website for research and the next thing you know you’ve spent 40 minutes reading Apple World Today. You need Focus, a service that blocks distracting websites or apps so you can concentrate. We have deals for Productivity ($9.99), Professional ($19.99) and Unlimited ($29.99) Focus plans – all on sale.

Facebook? Twitter? Reddit? Social media services are great, but getting stuff done can be hard when they’re one click away. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to quickly create your ideal work environment on your computer? Well, there is now! Focus is a distraction blocker that helps you improve your productivity. It’s a Mac app that sits in your menu-bar and helps you block distracting websites, domains, or apps. Packed with schedules & timers, password protection, productivity stats, BASH scripting support, and more, help you create your ideal environment with 1-click, so you can get high-quality work done.

As seen on LifeHacker, Harvard Business Review, Entrepreneur, Inc., and Product Hunt

  • Easily block websites w/ precision in all major web browsers (like Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox)

  • Use whitelist feature to block the entire internet or just allow a few pages

  • Block distracting apps on your computer like Slack, Skype, or even games like Fortnite

  • Enforce timers & take breaks after long Focus sessions

Steve Sande
the authorSteve Sande
Steve is the founder and former publisher of Apple World Today and has authored a number of books about Apple products. He's an avid photographer, an FAA-licensed drone pilot, and a really bad guitarist. Steve and his wife Barb love to travel everywhere!