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Simon Schubert

08/20/2019, 7:23 PM I made an open source memory and focus improvement app. The android client is written in Jetpack Compose 🎉 and I must say it's a long time ago that I had so much fun building UI's. It also has a terminal client(rn only macOS) and Javascript web client. I would really appreciate feedback regarding the compose client. Contribution for the compose client and or anything else(typos,game ideas,..) is very welcome.
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Luca Nicoletti

08/20/2019, 7:38 PM
Just gave a look, you basically made a mistake I also did when first interacted with Compose: you keep calling
which is not ideal (see here: you should instead use
(see here:

Simon Schubert

08/20/2019, 8:15 PM
That's exactly the feedback I was hoping for. And I think that I actually had some weird side effects because the old 'content' was still in memory. Thanks a lot.
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08/21/2019, 5:56 AM
seems nice. What are main ideas behind this app? You mention focus but I don't understand how I can improve my focus by playing a bunch of games 😄

Simon Schubert

08/21/2019, 7:52 AM
The color confusion game is supposed to improve your focus. But nothing is scientifically proofed. The are some apps out that work in my experience really well if you spend 5 minutes a day "playing". For example: Neuronation. But none of them is open source and mostly quite expensive. With my project I want to give access to everyone for this kind of apps 🙌
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