Introducing the last smartphone app you will ever need. Well, more like the last app you will use for at least 25 hours.
It’s called the Sabbath Manifesto app, and it is meant to be a way to make a pledge to disconnect from technology.
The brainchild of a Jewish organization called Reboot, the Sabbath Manifesto app encourages people (of all faiths or none at all) to participate in a one-day movement away from technology. This National Day of Unplugging is scheduled for March 4 to 5, as a way for people “to return to the values inherent in a modern day of rest: reconnecting with family, friends and the world around them,” according to Reboot.