Laptop, cellphone, Instagram, Zoom, iPad, Facebook, TikTok, Twitter, TV - most people are pretty sick of their screens right now.
But there are also some who are getting innovative and using technology to help those in need during the coronavirus.
Here are a few of our favourite examples of people using their internet app's to do good:
Charity is a Breaze
Local cannabis delivery app Breaze has repurposed their platform to facilitate the collection of donations in Johannesburg.
Since starting on 1 April, they have transported a full bakkie load of food, clothing, hygiene products and other donated goods each day - enabling people to help those in need without having to leave home.
Delivering for Your Driver
Some very clever customers have figured out how to use their favourite food delivery apps to perform random acts of kindness, in the form of donating groceries to motorbike deliverymen.
If you'd like to do the same, log on to your app of choice and select a list of groceries from your local spaza or convenience store (supporting a small business in the process too).
Then once payment has been made, send the assigned driver a message directly afterwards to let him know that there's no need to hop on his bike, and that he can take the order home with him instead.
Our South African government is ahead of the international innovation curve when it comes to reaching the masses with education and advice around coronavirus.
Save the number 060 012 3456 on your WhatsApp contact list, then say 'Hi' to be added to the interactive chatbot which answers common queries about COVID-19 myths, symptoms, and treatment.
The service has reached over 3.5 million users in five different languages since launching last month, and has been such a great success that it has even inspired a global roll out.
A Cuppa Kindness
The Buyacuppa Instagram account is helping people to support their local café or coffee shop during lockdown through the use of the SnapScan and Zapper payment apps.
The idea is to donate the R30 they'd usually spend on their morning caffeine hit to help out their regular spot's kitchen staff, baristas, waiters and owners.
Simply send through your favourite café’s details, and they’ll sort out their SnapScan or Zapper details and feature them for further donations.