Since its launch, Moment has been downloaded 2.5 million times, and has 200,000 monthly active users.In addition, around 350,000 have the app installed and are tracking their phone and tablet usage in the background, Holesh claims.That being said, Moment has always appealed to a niche audience who cares a lot about their bad digital behavior and want to change.
It’s actually kind of funny that Moment is releasing its new application just as users everywhere have been gripped by one of the most addictive and viral i Phone applications to date – Pokémon Go.It may not be the best time, then, to try to convince people to dial down their smartphone obsessions. Launching today, Moment’s latest release offers a “Phone Bootcamp” course that includes daily exercises meant to help you modify your behavior, culminating in a final “cold turkey” day where you barely use your phone at all. The mobile application that’s designed – ironically – to help you battle your smartphone addiction, can now train you over the course of a couple of weeks to change your habits and spend less time staring at your tiny screen.He was able to clearly explain and impart to the students, the most complicated security techniques I have ever heard of or imagined.
I simply can not find the words to recommend him and Infosec security training more highly.Without any question, Info Sec has the most gifted individual instructors.Our instructor for this class was both an excellent educator and a premier/world class security expert.The Moment application, in case you’re unfamiliar, has been around for two years now.i OS developer Kevin Holesh created the app after realizing that his digital addictions were impacting his real-world relationships.Thanks to the subscription offering, Holesh makes enough money to replace his developer salary and focus on the app full-time, he says. And today’s launch of Moment 3.0 is one of the biggest updates the app has seen to date.