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I recently installed the iMessage app: Gamepigeon, and have enjoyed it except for one small thing, I can’t use it at night. I use screen time, and have my downtime set to 10:00p and downtime disables all apps (including iMessage apps) that aren’t on the always allowed list. Unless you ignore the limit, they can’t be used. I have a password set to my screen time which I do not know, it is managed by my parents, just to keep things safe. But the password is only required for certain things (I honestly think this is a bug), for example, I have 30 minutes of YouTube everyday, and I can request more time if desired, but my parents would need to approve it, or type in the password on my device, all fine and dandy, but for other websites like google, no password required, just hit ignore limit of I need to research something, also fine. But Some apps I use a lot at night such as Apple Music, so I add that to the list of always allowed, so here my setup is perfect, limits with password protection on things that need it, limits that keep me aware of how much time I spend on my device, but that I can ignore when necessary, and always allowed apps for frequently used things. But, iMessage apps aren’t addressed my screen time, I use Spotify as well, and when I want to send somebody a Spotify link and it’s downtime, it won’t work, the iMessage Spotify doesn’t open, so I just go to the home screen Spotify app and ignore the limit, then the iMessage Spotify works fine. But Gamepigeon doesn’t have a full (I want to say desktop, I’m a pc guy) home screen app, so I can’t ignore the limit, and since I can’t add it to the list of always allowed, and I don’t want to just remove downtime, what do I do? I want to be able to use Gamepigeon at night, but downtime disables it with no way of bypassing downtime. Thanks in advance! Cheers,

iPhone 7, iOS 13

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Posted on Mar 19, 2020 9:19 PM

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I recently installed the iMessage app: Gamepigeon, and have enjoyed it except for one small thing, I can’t use it at night. I use screen time, and have my downtime set to 10:00p and downtime disables all apps (including iMessage apps) that aren’t on the always allowed list. Unless you ignore the limit, they can’t be used. I have a password set to my screen time which I do not know, it is managed by my parents, just to keep things safe. But the password is only required for certain things (I honestly think this is a bug), for example, I have 30 minutes of YouTube everyday, and I can request more time if desired, but my parents would need to approve it, or type in the password on my device, all fine and dandy, but for other websites like google, no password required, just hit ignore limit of I need to research something, also fine. But Some apps I use a lot at night such as Apple Music, so I add that to the list of always allowed, so here my setup is perfect, limits with password protection on things that need it, limits that keep me aware of how much time I spend on my device, but that I can ignore when necessary, and always allowed apps for frequently used things. But, iMessage apps aren’t addressed my screen time, I use Spotify as well, and when I want to send somebody a Spotify link and it’s downtime, it won’t work, the iMessage Spotify doesn’t open, so I just go to the home screen Spotify app and ignore the limit, then the iMessage Spotify works fine. But Gamepigeon doesn’t have a full (I want to say desktop, I’m a pc guy) home screen app, so I can’t ignore the limit, and since I can’t add it to the list of always allowed, and I don’t want to just remove downtime, what do I do? I want to be able to use Gamepigeon at night, but downtime disables it with no way of bypassing downtime. Thanks in advance! Cheers,

iPhone 7, iOS 13

Posted on Mar 19, 2020 9:19 PM