Disconnected Mobile

Disconnected Mobile

By Skylarq Digital

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2017-11-14
  • Current Version: 1.0.25
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 34.57 MB
  • Developer: Skylarq Digital
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.


Disconnected encourages device-free engagement to enhance personal connections and productivity. Select the amount of time you for you session and invite your partner, friends, family members, students, or co-workers to join you. You’ll all go distraction-free while the app tracks your progress. Features: -Download the app: Sign up with one click through Gmail, Facebook, or Twitter to ensure access to all the apps features. Logging in as a guest enables only solo Disconnected sessions. Guests cannot host group sessions or invite contacts. -Set the timer for how long you intend to go device free. -Host a personal or group session by inviting friends from your contacts with an automated text messaging option. -A unique code is generated for each specific session. The code appears on your Disconnected countdown screen and can be shared with your group members to start a joint session. -Hold yourself accountable. Your session time will be shown in the countdown screen when the Disconnected app is open. Time will be deducted from your personal Disconnected percentage when other apps are in use. -Your device will still receive calls, texts, and any other notifications allowed by your standard phone settings but the Disconnected app will penalize your session percentage if you give into these distractions by using your phone outside of the app. -Track your ongoing progress on the personalized "Me" screen, which details past sessions and Disconnected percentages for personal and group sessions. -Share your results and inspire others to join you on the screen-free journey. -Download. Disconnect. Reflect. -The app is free! Perfect for: -Teachers to help increase engagement in the classroom -CEO's to boost productivity in a boardroom meeting -Coaches to keep all minds aligned in the locker room or the night before a big game -Concerts—who wants to watch a live show through a screen? -Drivers to help minimize distractions while behind the wheel -Families to get back to uninterrupted conversation at the dinner table -Date night to make time together more meaningful -Friends to engage in inclusive conversation without distractions from respective devices -You to reconnect to what matters outside of your device.