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  • Google Wellbeing

    Google is dedicated to building technology that is truly helpful for everyone. Google is committed to giving everyone the tools they need to develop their own sense of digital wellbeing. So that life, not the technology in it, stays front and center.

  • Forest 4.0

    2 reviews

    Introducing the brand new features in Forest 4.0:

    1. Plant together: plant a tree with your friends. If anyone uses his/her phone, everyone's tree will die.

    2. Forest timeline: track every moment of your planting journey.

    3. Phone usage: keep track of the time you spend on your phone each day.

    4. iPad support

    I really love this app, been using it for years. Love the group sessions feature, really helps when using the app in revision sessions. Can'…

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  • DTCH

    1 review
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    Nearly all mobile apps encourage phone use. We do the opposite. DTCH helps you put your phone away and enjoy real life. When DTCH is activated, your phone will gently vibrate when you grab or unlock it, signaling you to put it down & detach.
  • Digital Wellbeing Experiments by Google

    1 review
    Google has released a set of experimental apps designed with your digital well being in mind. Google is encouraging developers to take inspiration from these examples and come up with their own Digital Wellbeing experiments using a “Hack Pack” and various APIs
  • Plant My Forest

    4 reviews
    Hi,👋My name is Paul. I’m 23 y.o. and I’m happy to present you Plant My Forest.
    On Plantmyforest.com, you plant your forest and it will be planted in real life.

    neat project! thank you helping with climate change!

  • Donut Dog

    1 review

    The cute app that you use when you don’t want to use your phone and get stuff done ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    I'm using the app daily to stay away from my phone during work hours and love to even challenge my friends by doing it

  • Omnistat 2

    The missing iOS Activity Monitor.
    View all your device technical stats, track your Wi-Fi and cellular data usage, predict how long your battery will last...
    All of that in a clean and intuitive application and also available from any app thanks to the widgets.
  • Snoosic

    A music sleep timer 😴🎶
  • Remente 2.0

    1 review

    Remente is a system of tools and insights to help you lead a richer, happier and healthier life, based on how the brain works and performs. Maintain focus & direction while managing stress & work-life balance.

    I use it everyday, there all my life in it. Helps me plan my goals and reach them; whenever I'm having hard times it's full of resources/ad…

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  • Unhook

    Unhook.app helps control your smartphone addiction by replacing a bad habit with a good one.

    For each category of apps, set a daily time limit. When time's up for the day, you can simply take a walk to gain access. Every 100 steps gets you 10 mins of time back.

    Turn your unhealthy scrolling habit into a healthy strolling one!

  • Focus

    Focus is a Google Chrome extension that improves your ability to focus on working, studying and/or reading in the web browser.
    It accomplishes this through temporarily locking down your web browser to a single tab you want to focus on so you stay productive.
  • Cover

    Cover wants to help people focus on what they want to do in a witty and fun way.
  • ScreenZen

    We all use our phones more than we should and setting app time limits doesn’t work. We just override it and get back to scrolling.
    ScreenZen for iOS uses rewards, gamification and awareness to help you build a balanced relationship with your phone that lasts.
  • PhoneCell

    Payment required
    PhoneCell has a simple and elegant design to fit your interior. You can place it in sight to initiate conversations about (over)abundant use of smartphones.