MyCircle with Disney

MyCircle with Disney

By Circle Media Incorporated

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2016-05-23
  • Current Version: 1.4.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 27.13 MB
  • Developer: Circle Media Incorporated
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.1 or later.
Score: 1.5
1.5
From 400 Ratings

Description

Get the most out of your Circle device with MyCircle, the personalized dashboard for each member of your family. Each family member with the MyCircle app gets access to an amazing Disney content feed including videos, blogs, GIFs, emojis, music, games, characters and lots more! Some of the awesome features include: CARDS • Experience great content like videos, articles, and games curated by age. • Discover content from Disney’s best blogs sent directly to you. • Get dozens of games to play in your feed, with tons of options for you and your family. DASHBOARD • Enjoy a personal dashboard that mirrors your family’s unique Circle settings. • Keep track of your Time Limits by app, category, and platform. • Receive a countdown for your BedTime. • Get a simple overview of your time spent online. NOTIFICATIONS • Receive notifications on your mobile device when your Circle settings are in effect (e.g., time limit reached; Internet paused; bedtime). CIRCLE GO™ • Circle Go allows you to enable Circle’s features on your kid’s devices on any network they join. Even 4G. • At home or on the go, Circle settings remain in effect no matter where your family travels.

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Reviews

  • Riddled with WiFi-breaking bugs

    2
    By Sir⚡️Awesomeness
    On paper this idea seems amazing. When put into practice the mycircle falls flat on its face. I am a sophomore in high school and my parents installed the circle around a year ago. It seems as if the circle just EXISTING on your WiFi significantly slows it down. Trying to download applications proves to take hours despite our WiFi previously having a download speed of 30 mbytes/sec. On top of it significantly slowing the WiFi it is incredibly bad at detecting what is a “game” what is “social media” and what is simply neither. I am very involved in the debate team and therefore do quite a lot of research. I have found that researching and going into news articles will be counted as a video game or social media the majority of the time. On top of this I have not been able to download games on my Xbox for more than the set 30 minutes a day since the circle counts the actual Xbox menu as a video game. Not only has it taken weeks for me to download a singular game but it also takes all of my online game time every day. In short the circle is a fine concept. Sadly it is put into practice terribly and costs quite a lot for its mediocre performance. If you are a parent that wants to limit a kid’s time online, I would suggest discussing the problem before hastily buying this product. Remember there are many free alternatives to the circle.
  • Delete this app

    1
    By Emissivlbprldjsmdj Lviv
    This app is horrible it’s thing lives everywhere pls recall it no one likes it make this app die
  • Maybe good for 3 year-olds?

    1
    By Coocoo Froggy
    I'm a high school teen, and I know that most kids on here are just rating it very poorly because they hate it. But I actually think that this is useless. Circle blocks a lot of websites that should be accessed, and there is no easy way for the parents to quickly approve requests to unlock it. Unfortunately, it blocks too much to really be useful for a teen (even though there is a teen setting). Circle Go is terrible. In the first day I had it, I bypassed it too easily. It also only sends the parents a notification after a day or when you pass bedtime. You can easily bypass Circle Go for an entire day, and then turn it on for the night. Good for 3 year Olds.
  • Perhaps...

    4
    By LinxCORETheRogue
    I would like to give my thanks to the developers of this app. They have created a protective app parents can use to protect their children. From creating bedtimes to blocking sites and limiting other apps, MyCircle has it. But there are some mistakes that I wish to be fixed. The app limitation’s time seems to be off. Instead of ending the app’s usage at the mark, it will sometimes do it early or late. Usually ranging from a random number of 10 to 3 minutes. Another thing MyCircle also has trouble with is Bedtimes. Not exactly the idea or the function, but the range. When “bedtime” mode occurs at the set time, all internet and connection is cut off from the device. Brilliant, yes. But what if you could choose which apps or parts of the device to apply the bedtime to? Certainly parents will want to make sure their children aren’t playing video games at night, but what about the apps or parts of the device that children need to use for homework? Like Microsoft Word for example. You can limit it in the time limit function, but what if you could allow only apps used for homework to function when “bedtime” is active? Just something to think about.
  • Perhaps...

    4
    By LinxCORETheRogue
    I would like to give my thanks to the developers of this app. They have created a protective app parents can use to protect their children. From creating bedtimes to blocking sites and limiting other apps, MyCircle has it. But there are some mistakes that I wish to be fixed. The app limitation’s time seems to be off. Instead of ending the app’s usage at the mark, it will sometimes do it early or late. Usually ranging from a random number of 10 to 3 minutes. Another thing MyCircle also has trouble with is Bedtimes. Not exactly the idea or the function, but the range. When “bedtime” mode occurs at the set time, all internet and connection is cut off from the device. Brilliant, yes. But what if you could choose which apps or parts of the device to apply the bedtime to? Certainly parents will want to make sure their children aren’t playing video games at night, but what about the apps or parts of the device that children need to use for homework? Like Microsoft Word for example. You can limit it in the time limit function, but what if you could allow only apps used for homework to function when “bedtime” is active? Just something to think about.
  • Perhaps...

    4
    By LinxCORETheRogue
    I would like to give my thanks to the developers of this app. They have created a protective app parents can use to protect their children. From creating bedtimes to blocking sites and limiting other apps, MyCircle has it. But there are some mistakes that I wish to be fixed. The app limitation’s time seems to be off. Instead of ending the app’s usage at the mark, it will sometimes do it early or late. Usually ranging from a random number of 10 to 3 minutes. Another thing MyCircle also has trouble with is Bedtimes. Not exactly the idea or the function, but the range. When “bedtime” mode occurs at the set time, all internet and connection is cut off from the device. Brilliant, yes. But what if you could choose which apps or parts of the device to apply the bedtime to? Certainly parents will want to make sure their children aren’t playing video games at night, but what about the apps or parts of the device that children need to use for homework? Like Microsoft Word for example. You can limit it in the time limit function, but what if you could allow only apps used for homework to function when “bedtime” is active? Just something to think about.
  • Do NOT surrender your lives to this virus!

    1
    By RymSidisi
    Before you think I’m another kid complaining about this product, I am a junior in high school with valid reasons why this product turned my once phone into a brick watch. After my parents decided to welcome this virus into our lives, circle and it’s infinite wisdom believes that supposed explicit content ranges from all group chats, all emails, all music, and even my gospel library. I have deleted circle, and even my parents are trying to disable it but it is burnt into my phone for good. No matter what we try, we can’t seem to burn this circle out of my phone. Now an upcoming $700 is going to be spent on getting me a new phone, and without circle of course.
  • Why Twitter

    2
    By gnfnfnfnndjemehehmerhesmwgme
    DISABLE TWITTER ON EVERY SINGLE DEVICE THAT USES IT ITS BAD
  • This is the worst app ever invented :))

    1
    By haley rosen
    Where do I start... I could go on and on about how this app limits my bedtime and restricts my apps on my phone but I am aware this is what the app was designed to do. However is does not even do that well! If you by accident leave an app open even if you’re not using it will decrease your time and then block you from that app. Also if it is “past your bedtime “ then it shuts off all your apps including your text messages, so if there was an emergency I couldn’t even text someone about it because of the stupid app. Oh, and also this is taking away my freedom as a human being and shows how untrustworthy your parents are of you. Ok that’s all I really despise this app :)))
  • This app and system are fricking crap

    1
    By i.hate.shake.to.erase
    They glitch out everything to with WiFi and internet even when you don’t want the internet blocked on a device at a certain time, don’t work with streaming services and apps such as YouTube, Hulu, and Cartoon Network, and is an overall waste of money, so if ur thinking of getting this app and or the system to go with DON’T EVEN TRY

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