Feature Phones and Time Management Apps Recs
So I kind of want to try the Nokia 8110, it's a feature phone with an app store that contains it's own version of Google Maps and Assistant. I use my phone an awful lot, and I'm thinking that a less capable phone would be helpful in using my phone less for browsing the internet, news, and discourse and using it more for what I would want to do with it, calls, texts, navigation, music and podcasts.
Unfortunately, the Nokia 8110 is only available on AT&T in the States, and they stink, so I was wondering if anyone had any picks for devices that would scratch that itch, specialized apps, or other tools that could be used. I like the idea of another device that I could use as a daily driver so I can put some physical distance between myself and my current phone, but if you have an app or a system that you swear by, I'm down for it.
Also kind of interested in maybe combining the ZeroPhone Raspberry Pi with support for Alexa or Google Assistant, but that seems like a time waster and a half.
Yeah, my time loops are Google News, now Tildes, and a few select subreddits/twitter profiles/comment sections. I have a Feedly, Youtube, Hearthstone and Podcasts, but I don't really lose time to them so much as have them on in the background or check them every once in a while. I do have a Kindle, and maybe I can work some IFTTT magic to get things onto there. Ideally live updates would be good, particularly for Podcasts, but I guess then you would just be wasting time on a new device.
EDIT: Punkt has an interesting model out, something like an Android Feature phone with a Hotspot. Really expensive though. Wonder if it would be good to tackle this by features, with telephone/hotspot, GPS, Media, Voice Assistant, all being separate devices without a touchscreen internet browser, or is that just distraction via tools instead of content?