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This App Could Be the Cure for Your Jet Lag

(Source: www.inc.com)

Beyer-Clausen thinks the effects of Timeshifter could be wide-reaching. But first, he’ll have to get consumers to pay for it. The app, which launched in Apple’s App Store and Google Play, costs $10 per individual plan and $25 for an annual subscription. Beyer-Clausen maintains the cost is worthwhile, since a personal plan is the only effective measure. “Pretty much any jet-lag advice that you see out there is wrong, because it’s generic,” he says. “We all want to create silver bullets and say, ‘This is how you deal with jet lag,’ but the problem is that something like this has to be dealt with on a very individual level.” 

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