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We have published are 3 reviews for Freedom. The average overall ratings is 3.2 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: Freedom has been incredibly responsive and their product is under constant development. Nothing really compares - it's the most valuable productivity software I have. I've tried others, but none are as robust and comprehensive as Freedom with its scheduling and various strength controls.
Pros: - all platforms: Mac, Win, iOS, Android, Chrome, Linux.... it just works - they have a number of additional free browser extensions - customer support very responsive - Premium is incredible value - for the time it saves every day it's invaluable
Cons: None really. I wish it knew me and could predict when I'm going to get distracted...haha. But their browser extensions help plug the holes and give me more info about my habits
Overall Opinion: I have installed freedom and I am in the trail. But it doesn’t work. There is no contact possibility. So I don’t gonna buy it. Internet is only blocked for safari. Google does still work and all other apps also still work. I assumed that all internet and app where blocked for this session of 23:59 hours
Overall Opinion: Being an app that offers such a specific function, Freedom is notably useful for a variety of crowds. It helps to center one’s attention to the present work. From research papers to spreadsheets, the app serves its purpose wonderfully. Though it spotlights school and work, it has the potential to aid every-day life. Take a moment from the millions of voices on TV or the internet and enjoy the simple things life without technology has to offer. Blocking certain common distractions is an adequate solution to time management and a lack of downtime. The name says it all – Freedom.
Pros: The app blocks anything from the entire internet, to singular websites, to smartphone apps on IOS or Windows - certainly a wide range of coverage. Locked mode allows users to lock a blocked session, therefore completely stopping any diversions. These sessions feature a few tools as well; such as a timer and locking individual sessions. Cutting off disturbances and putting a spotlight on essential work enhances overall work ethic. Not to mention, this cultivates good habits like eliminating reliance on machinery and encouraging determination to reach goals.
Cons: This service is not available for Android devices. Unfortunately, this neglects a multitude of possible consumers. There is currently no news of extending into the market. Despite its title, the software is not free. With monthly, yearly, and forever subscriptions listed they do give buyers a choice at least. Every payment includes a sixty  day money-back guarantee. Accompanying the arrival of pay as you go systems, there is always a free trial. Freedom’s demonstration period presents seven blocking sessions, of which have limited conveniences.
In this video I will be explaining the pros, and cons of the Freedom! YouTube partnership. I will also be explaining why I left FullScreen for Freedom!, and will be sharing my first hand experience...
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