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We all wish we could take a break from our phones. So we created the most effective way to do it.
91
91

%

of adults keep their phones within an arm’s reach all day

63
63

%

of global phone users are trying to limit their usage

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0

%

of people can use their phone when it's not in their hand

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Aro

[ahr-oh] • verb
To notice, turn towards, take heed, pay attention to, consider.
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Sometimes we need a break, even if just for a few minutes, to truly notice the world around us.

Meet Heath and Joey

Heath is known to listen to the same song on repeat for hours. Joey recently cried during a Fedex commercial. They’re both fathers and husbands who felt a need for uninterrupted time with their family.

Heath Wilson

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Our Kids Notice When We Don't Notice

Our Kids Notice When We Don't Notice

We talk a lot about Aro giving older kids a system to help manage their phone habits once they get a phone. While that is true, we may have overlooked the impact Aro has on younger kids. Young kids notice their parent's phone habits, notice when they are distracted by their phones and not present, and they will learn whatever phone habits their parents model for them.

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