How much extreme is this contrast?

Maybe it’s Black & White after all.

Phone Addiction & Digital minimalism.

If you feel like you’re constantly checking your phone, there could be an easy fix: Go grey and change your settings to greyscale. Beating addiction is really BLACK & WHITE. It sounds so simple, right? But trust me your phone just isn’t the same it suddenly becomes so dull and boring as all the colour is sucked out of it. So scroll below to use your phones on features against itself.

Have you ever wondered how much time you actually spend on your phone? Does time seem to fly by and you can't work out why? What if the biggest cause of this disappearance is staring you right in the face. Numerous bigwigs admit technology has been engineered to be addictive and hijack our attention.

What if there was a simple solution which can help you regain some of your free time back.

It’s no secret that most of us are addicted to our mobile devices. I bet you are wondering how bad have we gotten, Look I will show you it’s worse. According to research people generally spend an average of three hours and 15 minutes on their phones every day.

The top 20% of smartphone users spending upwards of four and a half hours.

So have you checked out your latest screen time report?

It is simple, So why not use your phone’s own accessibility features to drain the colour from everything at once? Both iOS and Android offer the option to set your phone to greyscale.

The process for enabling greyscale differs for from IOS and also Android phones, but it’s typically accessed via the “Accessibility” menu.

Go to Settings > Accessibility >Display & Text Size>Colour Filters. Switch Colour Filters on and click Greyscale.

Now, this next steps is a true game-changer… Switch Gray as simple as 1,2,3

To set up a short cut to easily toggle between colour and greyscale quickly firstly, go to Settings > Accessibility > Accessibility Shortcut > Select Colour Filters. Now, you just press the home button three times to enable greyscale. Triple-click again to go back to colour.

Now that we all know the simple trick you can go ahead and apply it.

Last week, my iPhone informed me that my weekly screen-time was down by over five hours.

Just an ordinary simpleton seeking something greater through less. New Zealand