Google has a series of new "digital wellbeing" experiments designed to help people use their Android phones a little less, or at least a little more thoughtfully. Available experiments include:
A lot of people feel that they spend too much time on their phones and struggle to find a balance with technology.
Paper Phone helps you have a little break away from your digital world by printing a personal booklet of the key information you'll need that day.
An app lets you choose what to include such as favourite contacts, maps and meetings and then prints them directly to a sheet of paper. Customisable "paper apps" like recipes, phrasebooks and notepads let you get things done or unwind in a more focussed way.
Unlock Clock helps you consider your tech use, by counting and displaying the number of times you unlock your phone in a day. Simply download the wallpaper and get started.
Desert Island helps you find focus, by challenging you to go a day with only your essential apps. Simply pick the apps that are most important to you, then give it a go for 24 hours.
You can download the tools to create your own experiment here.