People are spending a lot of time on their mobile phones, and there has been a lot of criticism over the advancement of technology. Mobile phones and social networks, as well as streaming services, are taking a lot of time of a normal person. So, big tech companies are coming forward to help users monitor their time on their mobile phones. Google has also made a step towards monitoring the time spent by users on phone and help them keep a track of it.
The feature is called Digital Wellbeing which is simply an overseer, which will record how much time do we use the phone and how much time do we spend time on certain apps. App Timers will let you limit your time on the certain app, and it will remind you after you have been using the app excessive than the entered period. Wind Down feature is another good feature which enables Do Not Disturb feature, which in turn makes the screen grayscale around bedtime. Users can manually switch to Do Not Disturb mode when they are busy.
Google started the beta program of this feature back in August, and it was available to Pixel users as a part of an exclusive beta. The feature is now available for Pixel phone users and Android One users with Android 9 Pie, downloadable from Google Play Store. Apple also provided similar features for iPhone users back in June. Recently, Facebook has also launched a tool which can show the time spent by the user on Facebook, called Your Time on Facebook.