Google releases six exciting Android wellbeing apps


Google has just released six experimental apps for Android users, all of which deal with digital well-being. These apps include unlock clock, we flip, post box, morph, desert island and paper phone.

Unlock Clock

This is a live wallpaper that counts the number of times you have unlocked your phone. “Unlock Clock helps you take your technical usage into account by counting how often you unlock your phone in a day. Just download the wallpaper and get started.”

Post Box

I find the post box somewhat more exciting, which limits the delivery of new notifications. It’s about time-based delivery. So new notifications are no longer live via push, but more like the virtual postman that only at fixed times: “Just choose how often your notifications should be delivered. When they arrive, they will be properly organized for you. “

We flip

Together, people can take a bit more distance from technology when they flip: “With We Flip, as a group, you can disconnect from technology to spend time together. Just wait for everyone to log in, and then hit the switch to start the session. If someone in the group unlocks it, the session ends and you can see how you did it. “

Desert Island

This app is quite interesting. It restricts the use of your smartphone to essential apps. Maybe it’s interesting for days off or the weekend: “Just pick the apps that matter most to you and try it out for 24 hours.”

Morph

Here, users determine in advance which apps they want to use at certain times or in certain places. Depending on location and time, only certain apps are offered for use.

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Paper Phone

Not so useful but still funny, in my opinion. Basically, you print out a few things that you would otherwise do with your smartphone to put them on paper instead.

Download the apps

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