Currently, iOS limitations prevent the permission of specific apps to be accessible during a Focus Lock session. But this may be for the better: being able to pick and choose the apps you want access to is a slippery slope toward distracting and unproductive habits, which ultimately defeats the purpose of Focus Lock.

Using Focus Lock, you do still have access to default iOS apps in your device, such as Calculator, Notes, Camera, Messages, Phone, and a few others. If you want to remove access to Safari during a Focus Lock session, read this FAQ: How to disable Safari

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