Chunky for iOS. It's pretty nice for manga and comics, I love just sitting back on my bed and reading some relaxing manga.
Tried giving pigmhall's games a go. I dunno what the heck is going on, but I like it.
Yeah I can't play them for more than a minute, but they're free and good for a quick show.
tfw you roll, fall, flop out of bed in the morning and stare at your phone for a good half hour as you try to bring yourself to consciousness but all your apps suck
I have RSS feeds I check, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr. Never check IRC because rooms are all generally ded or not active AM my time
Headspace is a p comfy app. It's basically guided meditations. Definitely has that bullshit *perfectly designed UI, A/B testing, attention span sized chunks of content bullshit* thing going on though which always freaks me out.
Downloading this now. Seems pretty qt
i made a bot that texts me RSS updates to my flipphone and can relay discord messages
That's pretty fuckin cyberpunk.
Looks really nice. I've always wanted to grow succulents. Maybe this will motivate me to do it.
There's an app to scroll sushi for Android? Could i use in Overchan?
Duolingo just added a Japanese course.
Just when I think im done with that app, they pull me back in.
I cast my vote for 868-HACK. Its a turn based roguelike with resource management. You fight viruses and attempt to score points. Its kind of obtuse, but once you get the hang of how things work, its really good. On iOS and steam.
Clickpocalypse II: no cost, no ads*, no IAPs, the best idle RPG out there.
* actually there are temporary bonuses available if you watch, what I assume, are ad videos. never used it myself though.
OP sushi here. Recently I’ve been playing a lot of sudoku on my phone. I’ve gotten good enough at it it’s not really like challenging anymore most of the time and it’s just a mechanical action of filling out the boxes. But it’s still kind of chill even if it’s not as actually engaging.
In a similar vein to this years later, I'm currently smitten with obsidian.md and I've put it on most everything I use daily. It's wonderful to have an outlet for whatever thoughts and ideas strike rather than just letting them float away. It also helps me to keep a little bit more focused and having some sort of touchstone app to open up when bored rather than just opening up the web.
So it's like personal wiki software?
In essence yes, but for my personal use it feels like a much much more intuitive and powerful notetaking app. I've tried to use basic text editors like notepad++ for similar use cases (planning out projects, stories, daily todo log, etc) but the organization factor makes it nearly impossible past a certain threshold.
I find organizing everything into their little place, even if the notes are just tiny lists, very energizing. It pushed me to complete more than a few projects since I picked it up just by virtue of being able to keep track of my own thoughts so much more effectively. It's also nice to know its just a ton of my writings all in one place. On top of that you get neat little visualizations of your notes in a big graph if you set it up a certain way. Even if obsidian isn't your final choice, I'd really recommend trying out an app like it.