“Neverthink aims to do all the tedious browsing and searching for you, you just have to do the easy part—watch.”
Have you ever sat down for a meal and looked for something to watch, but your food’s gone cold by the time you’ve found something, or its already time to go back to work?
Neverthink aims to do all the tedious browsing and searching for you, you just do the easy part—watch.
The app is designed to be for moments when you want to watch something quickly while doing other stuff like cooking, exercising, or just simply chilling out at the end of the day.
The app takes content sourced from YouTube, Reddit and elsewhere and re-packages it into non-skippable channels. The result is a TV-like experience that the creators call an “on-demand distraction”.
Neverthink is like a remote for the internet and works like a TV. You just choose a channel, and enjoy the content handpicked by Neverthink’s team who watch thousands of videos every day so you don’t have to.
The app has over 30 ‘channels’ ranging from sports and music, to comedy, news, and tech. But you’ll also find more ambiguous channel titles, such as “The Internet”, “Learn something,” and “AWWW”.
The small downside to the app is that there are no controls to pause or replay a video, meaning the only interactivity offered is to ‘flick’ through channels and videos—just like on the TV.
Neverthink is available for free on the iOS App Store.