“Telling an introvert to go to a party is like telling a saint to go to Hell.”
– Criss Jami
Do you consider yourself as an introvert? Do you identify as someone who finds being with people drains you of energy, and who finds a need to recharge by being on your own?
If yes, these 9 apps, services and tools for introverts will change your life! Enjoy, introverts! :)
A web-based app that combs data from Foursquare and Instagram check-ins, giving you the nearest places in your area with the least amount of humans.
Split app will help you to avoid unwanted encounters. Connected to Instagram, Twitter, Foursquare and its own network, Split will provide a complete antisocial experience — keeping you safe and relaxed.
The Noise App gives everyone a simple way to capture noise that is annoying you and report it safely and securely to your municipality or landlord.
Hush lets you block out all the noise that keeps you up at night while letting you rest easy knowing that you’ll still be woken up by the things that matter most.
Highbrow is a learning platform that sends people quick little email lessons and helps them develop daily learning habits. Become a self-learner, and learn something new everyday with your morning coffee!
Noizio is an app which helps you focus or relax with a little ambient sound. You can select the ambient sounds you want to hear, and even mash up multiple sounds to get exactly what you’re looking for.
SelfControl is an application that lets you block your own access to distracting websites, your mail servers, or anything else on the Internet.
Introji is a crowdsourced emoji app featuring situations, states and ‘alone’ activities. It’s a visual sticker set for anyone who values their alone time, and aims to extend the range of states and emotions that we can express with emoji.
Pinboard is a fast, no-nonsense bookmarking site for introverts and people who value privacy and speed.
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