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Simple Phone

A launcher that helps you focus on the more important things

Simple Phone is an Android launcher for productive people who want to focus more on important things in life.

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Light Phone

Phone designed to be used as little as possible

The Light Phone is your second phone. A casual phone for going light, enjoying quality time doing what you love to do the most free of distractions. It uses your same phone number so you can leave your smartphone behind while maintaining the peace of mind that you are still reachable.

Digital Trends
Many tech companies say they don't develop products, they develop experiences. In a lot of cases, it's a thinly veiled attempt at ascribing some higher philosophical or moral calling to the work they do. But for one startup based out of the Brooklyn Navy Yard in New York, it's probably the most accurate way to describe what they've built.
Thriveglobal
I recently overheard the following conversation at a bar: a girl asked to use the establishment's landline because her smartphone had inexplicably stopped working. She picked up the phone, which, despite being new, looked like an ancient and comically large artifact from a distant past.
WSJ
Technology promised to make living easier-but complicated it instead. The answer? More tech that helps curb your reliance on your phone.
Evening Standard
London is in the grip of phone fever. The iPhone X is finally out, Google has launched its Pixel 2, and there are Samsungs galore boasting infinity displays and face recognition. Though they aren't all souped up: a new anti-smartphone phone, the Light Phone, is also selling fast.
Dezeen
Designers Joe Hollier and Kaiwei Tang have designed a mobile phone that intentionally lacks features, in hopes of encouraging users to disconnect from the internet. Designed to be used as a second phone, the Light Phone allows smartphone users to disconnect from their apps while still being contactable via phone call.
Minimalissimo
The Light Phone is not only an exciting design product, it is more a physical manifestation of philosophical questions. Those question to me are: ...
Business Insider
The Light Phone is the anti-smartphone. It does two things and two things only: It sends calls and receives them. It doesn't text, it doesn't connect to Twitter, and it doesn't have a camera. In fact, Light's founders say the phone is designed to be used "as little as possible."
7 Alternatives to Light Phone

Light Phone 2

Beautiful phone designed to be used as little as possible

The Light Phone 2 is a 4G phone with a beautiful black & white matte E-ink display. It's a more reliable, durable, and practical phone, now featuring essential tools like messaging, an alarm clock, the ability to get a ride-share home or a list of simple directions. All so you can leave your smartphone behind more often.

7 Alternatives to Light Phone 2

NoPhone

This thing won't let you use your phone.

NoPhone is a Minimal Android App Launcher that takes up your Home Screen and stops you from using the time consuming apps.

Think your phone issued a restraining order, since you have been swiping for so long

Medium
One fine day I installed a time tracking App on my phone, just to see how much time was spend swiping and scrolling. I expected like 3 hours max, since I didn't see myself as a hardcore addict. Ohh I...
11 Alternatives to NoPhone

LiveUseful

Make your iOS lock screen useful

With LiveUseful, Hide text, image and QR code in your lock screen wallpaper. Only show them when you press the screen use 3D Touch.

Reminders, todo-lists, QR code of your social media account, the exchange rate table ...... Your lock screen can do a lot. It’s all depends on your imagination!

Make your lock screen useful using Live Photo.

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Siempo 2.0

Smartphone interface for mental health and wellbeing 😌

Siempo is an Android launcher that turns your phone into a healthier digital experience.

Batch notifications, calm your home screen, create distance between distracting apps and more in order to prevent overuse and unconscious use.

Let's wake up the world from the hypnosis of technology, for the benefit of all beings everywhere 🌬️💜🙌

TechCrunch
A new app called Siempo wants to un-addict you from your smartphone and its numerous attention-stealing apps. To do so, Siempo replaces an Android device's homescreen, while also taking advantage of a number of design principles to push distractions further away, and give you more control ove...
Android Authority
Siempo is an Android launcher that aims to keep you focused on the job at hand. The launcher uses drab icons and a minimalistic visual style to keep you from spending too much time on your phone. You can also delay your notifications if you need fewer distractions on your phone.
WIRED
When Apple kicks off its Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, it's largely expected that Apple CEO Tim Cook will introduce a few new "digital wellness" features for iOS, the iPhone's operating system. It would follow in the footsteps of Google-which introduced its own suite of wellness tools for Android last month-and a growing sentiment in Silicon Val… See more
Medium
From the day I received these shiny, insidious tools to my first night without WiFi 10 years later, I operated under a hypnosis that stifled my development and watered down my potential. The prime years of my life were more of a lost decade. This is not hyperbole.
Medium
It's an interesting time to build a tech company. I'm ecstatic about the abundant opportunities we have to repair the world in more humane ways. Here's the "why" and glimpses of the "how." An ethical and inclusive approach to creating economic, social, environmental and spiritual value that aligns with the best interests of all beings everywhere.
Medium
Strict developer limitations will prevent Apple from taking meaningful leadership in the movement to realign technology with humanity's best interests, rendering Android the land of opportunity in the near term. In January, two major shareholders of Apple, Inc. wrote a letter to the firm's board of directors imploring them to consider how technology affects … See more
WTXF
Andrew Dunn, co-founder and CEO of Siempo, joins Good Day Weekend to discuss.
7 Alternatives to Siempo 2.0

DistractaGone

Work distraction-free with your phone locked up.

Techly
We've all got that friend who can't tear themselves away from their phone, who could probably do with a bit of digital discipline (if you don't have that friend, it's you). Enter, the DistractaGone.
Blog - Buymobiles
We know you don't want to talk about it. But remember that time you sank a few too many spirits, and suddenly thought, "Wouldn't it be a marvellous idea to message my ex?" Yeah, well, we just found the perfect prevention to your regret-filled texts.
CBC News
Smartphones can be distracting. But is literally locking them away the solution? A pair of designers in Amsterdam think so. They're developing a device they call DistractaGone - and as CBC Radio technology columnist Dan Misener explains, it promises to help you "find focus fast." Essentially, it's a lockbox with a digital timer.
Oddity Central
By Spooky on September 19th, 2016 Category: Tech Smartphone addiction is a growing problem that often interferes with our personal and professional lives. DistractaGone is an ingenious solution that allows you to lock up your phone in a box that only opens after a set period of time, offering you a period without constant distraction.
9 Alternatives to DistractaGone

Sideways Mode

Use your phone while lying on your side

When you turn your device, the screen switches between portrait and landscape. But if you lie on your side, it's the wrong way around. Sideways Mode fixes this, so now you can turn your device to switch between portrait and landscape even while lying on your side. This is useful for reading, web browsing or watching videos in bed.

7 Alternatives to Sideways Mode
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