ScreenTime for Starry Station

Keeping kids safer online in a few simple taps.

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Don Lehman
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Head of Product Design, Starry
We have a big, new, pretty great software update for Starry Station today: ScreenTime 2.0! We think this is the best way to take control of your family’s internet usage and keep your kids safe. You can limit the amount of time spent online, block specific content and apps across all devices, and disconnect from digital distractions whenever you need to—all from Starry Station and the Starry app. Hot Deal Alert >>> We're also providing the Product Hunt community with $20 off + Free Shipping when purchased via Starry.com through 10/14. Check out the Starry Station hunt here: https://starry.com/producthunt?r...
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Jane Huschka
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Creative Director / Designer @ Starry
As part of the Starry team (and an enthusiastic beta-user of ScreenTime) I feel obligated to share one of my favorite discoveries about this feature. ScreenTime isn’t just for kids! For the Non-Parent’s out there, ScreenTime is an awesome tool that allows you to limit digital distractions in your daily life. A few of the rules I’ve found most useful: - No Slack on Saturdays - No Tinder after 10 - Limit Workday Distractions (blocks all social apps on my phone during work hours) - Bedtime (self-inflicted, screen-free sleep) What this all equals is that ScreenTime is great for me. Great for families. Great for just about everyone.
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Max WoolfAbsolute God of Hyperdeath
This submission is being manipulated via promoted Twitter ads: https://twitter.com/minimaxir/st...
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Chris Messina
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@minimaxir I don't see requests for upvotes. Drawing attention feels different than soliciting votes.
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Jack Smith
Previously co-founded Vungle & Shyp
@minimaxir I'm guessing that's why Product Hunt has pushed it to the bottom of the daily leaderboard, below products with 2 upvotes.
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Max WoolfAbsolute God of Hyperdeath
@_jacksmith Interesting.
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