Alternative products to Google Wellbeing

9 alternative and related products to Google Wellbeing

Google Wellbeing
Helping you look at your devices less

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.

9 Alternatives to Google Wellbeing

Put down your phone and stay focused. Or a tree will die. 🌳😵

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Jakub Rogalski
Jakub Rogalski- Community Manager at Brand24
Awesome idea, have to check this one out!
Kees Suijkerbuijk
Kees Suijkerbuijk
Love the concept. Installed it, but must start using it also ;-). Will do asap!
K.Volkan Gündüz
K.Volkan Gündüz- Managing Partner of Mailcell
Utilize the technology to save the forest
7 Alternatives to Forest

With friends, timeline, phone usage tracker & iPad support

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

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Deep Dave
Deep Dave- Tech geek
Plant a tree and stop phubbing.
Holly
Holly- General Manager, Taiwan Startup Stadium
Have been using Forest since 2015 and haven't found anything nearly as good. Very easy to use, and useful for preventing you from absentmindedly checking your phone during your work session. Plus it's nice to see your forest grow over time and to unlock new trees. The built-in sound effects are good for bringing the session to a natural end. Sits on my home … See more
19 Alternatives to Forest 4.0

Feed your focus, starve distractions!

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

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Patrick
Patrick- Creator of Donut Dog App
Super cute pomodoro timer that feels like a game not like a productivity tool
Patrick
Patrick- Creator of Donut Dog App
Most underrated productivity hack for students in class / in the library. This app motivates you to not use your phone and keeps you focused 👌🏻
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19 Alternatives to Donut Dog

24 days of strategies on how to live well with technology

For the 24 days up to Christmas, learn new positive strategies on how to live well with the web, social media and your smartphone.

Including tips and tricks ranging from ‘Stop binging on Netflix’ and ‘Taking control of Facebook’ to ‘Improving your sleep hygiene’ and ‘Mindfully staying up-to-date with the news’.

10 Alternatives to The 2018 Digital Wellbeing Advent Calendar

The holistic app for your wellbeing 😌

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.

"Remente provides a variety of self-development tools for everyone ready to embrace change, live healthier and more meaningfully" - Forbes

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The Next Web
Remente recently released several new features for its personal development app. Until now it's only been available on iOS and Android, but it's also launched a web beta for premium users. One of the best digital life coaches available continues to get better. Among the new features included in the latest update: Me tab: a ...
21 Alternatives to Remente 2.0

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.

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gerasim_sergey
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!

Take 3 mins with your phone to feel better, not worse.

Stay in bed all day with us, comforted by our cards, candles, and crystals. Each holds something calming.

Unlike games, which grow more stressful, the interactions in #SelfCare grow more pleasurable: They start difficult and end easier. After, we both feel more pleasant.

#SelfCare is a collab btwn game designers, artists, and neuropsychologists.

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the Guardian
Eve Thomas, an artist and magazine editor from Montreal, would not call herself a gamer. She played video games on a Mac as a child and enjoyed Super Mario Galaxy on the Wii, but most modern video games don't appeal. "I don't like the stress of dying," she says.
the Guardian
hen it comes to video games, violence sells. It's put front and centre in massive marketing campaigns. This year's E3, the biggest news event in the video game calendar, featured a lot of violent content, like every year before.
Ionmagazine
For a lot of people, video games actually aren't that fun. If you suffer from anxiety or have a high-stress lifestyle, your downtime activity of choice might not be entering into a seemingly borderless digital world where you probably have to hide, flee or kill to survive.
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