1Focus – App & Website Blocker

Developer: Niklas Behrens

Current Version: 2.3.1

Last Updated: 11 days ago

Download Size: 7.2 MB - Download


1Focus lets you block distracting apps and websites to skyrocket your productivity. Beat procrastination and get things done by focusing on one task at a time. Ideal for students, entrepreneurs, and creative people.

"Wonderfully simple to use" – awickwire
"The best program that helps you to get things done." – Ksrhee24
"I'm a terrible procrastinator and this app saves me from myself." – Stig77


1.) Select the apps/websites to block
2.) Enter a duration
3.) Start


• Simple and effective
• Lets you block apps, e.g. email, web browsers, games
• Lets you block specific websites in Safari and Google Chrome
• Blacklist/whitelist option
• Create your own task presets
• Adjustable strictness
• Scheduling including recurring events
• Status icon indicates the time remaining
• Optimized for Retina display
• Supports Dark Mode


Do you have any questions or suggestions? The developer would be happy to help you.

[email protected]


Release Notes:

• Bug fixes
• Supports macOS High Sierra


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.8.2
Review by Snarkclaw

Excellent Distraction Eliminator - I love this application. There are two changes I wish for, though. At the time that I bought OneFocus, it had a blacklist approach: you selected the apps you wanted to block. Shortly after my purchase came an update that switched to a whitelist approach: you have to select the apps you want to exempt from the block. This is a bit frustrating for me, for two reasons: 1) If I install an app during a block duration, then I cannot whitelist the app and start using it. Newly installed apps are blocked by default. 2) Some apps I have essentially get replaced when updated, so are considered new by OneFocus... meaning I have to regularly maintain the whitelist, lest an app I previously whitelisted be included in the block. So, my first wish is that it had its recent blacklist approach, or at least had that as an option. My second wish is that I could set a schedule for block times. Before I made the purchase, I wrote the developer (who is quite nice and responsive) about that, and he said that scheduling is a planned future feature. I look forward to it. :-) In this review, I mostly complained about this application, which is misleading. OneFocus is a wonderful, lightweight, must-have of a program that definitely helps me focus when I need to by reducing my options for distraction. :-)

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people