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60 Days Of Freedom

Using science and texting to break your social media habit

This summer, Arist is taking a stand against social media. That's why starting July 1st, Arist is using our platform to send free daily texts—each one uniquely designed—over the course of 60 days to anyone who wants that extra bit of motivation to be the best version of themselves. We want to give everyone #60DaysOfFreedom.

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Go Fucking Work

Website blocker so you can get back to your fucking work

Fruzsi Peti- Online Marketer @Intellyo
definitely the best one (:
Tejaswi R- @AnaekHQ; Previously lead-gen @VWO
If you find yourself browsing news, blogs, or other websites during an important project, this chrome extension does what it says. It shows you an "inspiring" message which will ask you to go back and go f#(king work :)
Nico Bistolfi- Founder at @piiojs
This is just the best chrome plugin to focus on work and keep the procrastination away... It also remembers you that you're not a Kardashian, so that's also something important.
Medium
There are a chrome plugin, it's called "Go Fucking Work". I use this extension to prevent me access distraction sites like Social Media, Email, and something else. This extension also can "disable a websites to being blocked". I use this to open StackOverflow, Google, CssTricks, Nosily, etc. Btw, thanks for your nice article!
RedEye Chicago
There's a new Chrome extension in town, and unlike other programs that are meant to divert your attention to mindless scrolling and button-mashing, this one emphatically, and pretty crudely, wants you to get shit done.
Lifehacker
Chrome: If you need a little help getting off of Facebook or Reddit and getting things done, Go Fucking Work for Chrome has that in droves-and yes, that's its name. No nonsense, no frills, just sharp, pointed advice. Go Fucking Work turns every new tab page into a reminder that, well, you should really get back to work.
The Daily Dot
Stop me if this sounds familiar: You open a Google doc to write something for work when-ding!-"Laura liked your Facebook status." You click over to your Facebook tab, then click on the alert to read Laura's comment and admire your status once more. "Okay," you tell yourself, "back to work."
24 Alternatives to Go Fucking Work

Space for Chrome

Get a little breathing room from addictive websites

Space helps you get a moment of peace when you need it. We're not here to make you feel bad because it's not your fault: apps are designed to hook you.

Matt Mayberry- Hacking Human Behavior at @BoundlessAI
Helps you get a little moment of zen before launching the time wasting websites :)
SnapMunk
Dilara Kurtaran * 6 min read Let me start off with a little cliché. Addiction to phones and apps are real. Most of my friends have it. My hand will constantly reach into my bag, dodging lipsticks, notebooks and pens to grab that thin, sleek block that seems to contain my whole world.
TechCrunch
Dopamine Labs, a small startup in Los Angeles, not just creates tools that can hook users to an app... the company is now also giving people a way to kick their app habit. Formed by two neuroscientists who received their doctorates from the University of Southern California, the company has developed what it calls a "reinforcement api" based on the duo's com… See more
5 Alternatives to Space for Chrome

Moment

Put down your phone and get back to your life

Moment is a tool that tracks just how long you spend on your phone. Get detailed insights on your app usage so you can start curbing your use. 💪

Mateo Morrison- Founder, CEO at Fangoo
I want to know how many time I spent the previous day, and how I can improve my life.
Lauryn Cordonnier- Student,Tigers
This app will let you communicate with life it self, instead of being a potato, with your face in a screen 24/7 and moving your thumbs. This app also will tell you when you need to set your device aside and connect with things other than phones and gadgets, the app will show you how much of an addiction you have to electronics (my opinion,) but kind of how m… See more
Forbes
Playing games or surfing social media apps on your smartphone can consume hours of time every day, which can be a real productivity killer. You may not know this, but there is a hidden iOS feature that actually quantifies how long you spend on Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Snapchat, Minecraft: Pocket Edition, NBA 2K1… See more
Popular Science
I look at my phone too much. I've never actually tracked the amount of time I spend staring at that little slab of magic, but the ease with which I slide it out of my pocket and in front of my face tells me that it's something I do far too often.
7 Alternatives to Moment

Arist

The SMS university. Education made easy.

Start every morning by learning. Powered by leading professors at Babson College, USC, and UCLA, Arist is the world's first text message course: one text a day for a month. With classes in entrepreneurship and public speaking, Arist makes it easy to learn wherever you are.

Medium
How do you start your mornings? Do sit up and stretch your arms out wide? Do you jump out of bed and look at your calendar? Do you start thinking about something important and groundbreaking? Chances are, this isn't what happens. You wake up, turn off your alarm, and make a beeline straight to Instagram, Facebook, or Snapchat.
9 Alternatives to Arist

Feedless

Fight your feed addiction

Feedless blocks your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds in Safari on your iPhone. You can use all other parts of the services as usual, we just block the feed. Take control of your time, and say goodbye to mindless scrolling!

The Verge
In October, Facebook began testing a News Feed minus the news. The test, which moved all shared articles to a separate feed called Explore, was designed to make it easier to see posts shared by friends and family. That test is still ongoing - but in the meantime, developer Ryan Orbuch is taking the experiment a step further.
17 Alternatives to Feedless

Newsfeed Burner

Burn away distractions on Facebook, Linkedin and Youtube

Juho S- All great roads go through PH
Take back control of your time by dressing down all the time wasting features on FB, Linkedin and Youtube. Really improved my concentration
Juho S- All great roads go through PH
This combined with turning off A L L notifications on phone and laptop (yes, you can live without Whatsapp message also, ask them to call / sms if it's urgent). You will see calming down sensation in matter of days.
3 Alternatives to Newsfeed Burner

Self Control - Block Distracting Websites

Block distractions to eliminate wasteful browsing habits

iOS App inspired by a well known SelfControl. It aims to provide a similar functionality on iOS. It allows you to block distracting websites on your iPhone. Have you ever wasted your time on the Internet? Having trouble getting stuff done because of procrastination? Do you need more self control? This is the app for you.

Pavan Sethi- building things.
To help you focus while studying 🤓
Narek Khachatryan- Product Designer
This app protects you from your worst habits :D Make a list of websites to block, set the duration, and then go. It will block those apps without you being able to "turn it off."
5 Alternatives to Self Control - Block Distracting Websites

There are a lot of things on your screen that distract you: crazy amount of icons, dock with dozens of notifications and an ocean of inactive apps. Information noise is annoying and interrupts work.

UnDistracted gives you the tools you need to make your desktop less distracting, so you can focus on the task at hand.

gerasim_sergey- CEO MacPlus Software, www.noteifyapp.com
Much more features (hides desktop icons, Dock and Menu bar)
6 Alternatives to UnDistracted - Control yourself, stay focused and productive!
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