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The NoPhone Air

The least advanced NoPhone ever

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Live IRL (In Real Life) and see everything except screens

Americans spend 11 hours a day looking at screens, NY Times 2018. We need and deserve more tools to help us balance our interaction with tech and consumption of media. IRL Glasses use horizontal polarizers to block the light from LCD/LED displays found in TVs — they also work to as sunglasses to block UV light.

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WIRED
Early last year, Scott Blew was standing in line at a food truck in Los Angeles when he caught the glare of Fox News on a television out of the corner of his eye. This is ridiculous, he thought. He couldn't even escape the deluge of the news, or the ubiquity of screens, on a jaunt outdoors to get lunch.
CNET
Digital screens are everywhere: on buses, in cabs, on people's wrists, and even on the doors of refrigerators. This proliferation of screens seem to constantly vie for our attention on a daily basis. The antidote in the form of a pair of sunglasses called IRL Glasses. When you wear them, screen appear black.
Working Not Working Magazine
Subverting humanity's over-reliance on technology is WNW Member Ivan Cash 's calling card. It's these explorations into enabling actual human connection that led to Ivan founding IRL Labs . His latest offering? Glasses that block out the screens taking over your life.
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Version 2 of the app that 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 those time consuming apps => https://www.producthunt.com/posts/nophone-2

Now it 's completely rewritten from scratch in Android Native, complete with selection of two custom apps, dark theme, easier settings access, my love, and magic ;D

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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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