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Not on App Store Sticker: You’d Have to Look up from Your Gadget to See It Though

by Lambert Varias
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I’ve been on both sides of the gadget wall – those times when the people you’re with are silently staring at their mobile devices instead of talking to you or to each other. As with any other activity, it’s not that bad if it occurs only every now and then. But if you know someone who seems to have the wall up permanently, try giving them this sticker.

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Made by Rafael Ochoa, Caio Andrade and Linn Wexells, Not on App is a parody of Apple’s App Store badge. The three made it to remind us “that the most important things in life are not on the app store.” Hearthstone‘s cutting it really close for me right now though.

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You can download the sticker’s templates for free or buy a 5″ x 2″ sticker from Rafael et al for $1 (USD). Oculus should make a follow up sticker: Soon to Be Available on Virtual Reality.

[via Laughing Squid]

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