Thursday, December 5, 2013

How to Lock App in iPhone or iPad so Kids Have to Stay in an App

This post has been moved to my new blog: Money Fit Moms.

Go to How to Lock App in iPhone or iPad so Kids Have to Stay in an App (in 3 Easy Steps).
My little guy using my iPhone. That OtterBox case has paid for itself MANY times. :)


  1. You have just changed my life! Thanks!!

  2. Lisa, This might just be the most amazing thing I have learned this year. I love you!

  3. Thanks for the comments, everyone! I'm so excited I could share this tip--it's so helpful!

  4. thank you for posting this!!!

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  6. Hi,i have little bit.You can bolt the screen introduction on your iPhone rapidly and effectively in Control Center.Swipe up from the bottom of your screen to open Control Center and tap on the Portrait Orientation Lock symbol.Your telephone's introduction will now stay secured picture mode until you turn Portrait Orientation Lock off. There is no alternative for securing your iPhone screen scene mode.Have a nice day.

  7. you have just made everything in my life ok!! lol. maybe now I can get some homework done while my daughter learns!!!

  8. Lisa,
    Have you been able to disable the FaceTime buttons on an iPad running iOS 8? I can get the gray circle over the buttons, but they are still active.


    1. I actually don't have iOS 8. You'll have to experiment with it and let us know!

  9. Same for me -- for whatever reason, it's not possible to lock these on iOS8. Bummer!


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