Working in front of a computer isn't as easy as it may seem, especially if you're not concentrated or you haven't got too much willpower. It's very easy for us to get distracted by unproductive webs of the likes of Facebook, YouTube or Twitter, or with all kinds of applications, such as games.
Improve your productivity by blocking the access to webs and applications
The software development studio Cisdem offers us AppCrypt, a tool to block webs and programs installed on our Mac to avoid our access according to certain criteria that we may have configured.
That means that if you need to get a job done but you usually get distracted on social networks, video sites of the likes of YouTube or you spend your day reading football news, you can block the access from the program's control panel. It can also be used on installed programs... including video games.
If you have trouble avoiding distractions, simply block their access.
How it works is really easy: you only have to configure a password and from the settings panel, establish the webs and applications that you want to block, being able to establish time intervals. However, there's a problem, as it will all depend on your willpower... so you're better off getting somebody else to choose and set the password otherwise you won't get too far if you know the password to unlock the application.
- Avoid distractions.
- Establish blocking hours.
- Incognito mode.
- Protect applications against unauthorized uses.
The program is offered as a trial version that can be used at full throttle for 3 days. After that time, you'll have to purchase a serial number or key code to be able to use all the application's functions.