Nowadays most of us can’t even fathom going mere minutes without having access to our smart phones.
That's exactly what Nick Herbert did. He took the whole “make sure to check in” thing to a whole other level with a brand new app.
Nick developed “ReplyASAP” which is pretty self-explanatory.
In order to “unfreeze” their Android phone, kids have to (you guessed it) return that phone call to the parental figure.
WCNC reports that, since launching in August 2017 on Google Play, ReplyASAP has been downloaded roughly 75,000 times.
For now, it appears the app is only available to Android users. Although it’s free, parents can unlock more functionality if they shell out a few dollars.