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  • Space aims to make apps less addictive
  • Space aims to make apps less addictive
    Francisco Osorio (2016) ©
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Space aims to make apps less addictive

With the average smartphone user checking their device more than 150 times a day, you could be forgiven for wondering if we're addicted to the tech in our pockets. Now, Dopamine Labs – the same company that helps apps get us hooked – has created Space, an app to help wean ourselves off.

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