Google introduced a new program called Digital Wellbeing with Android 9 Pie. It is designed to help smartphone users manage how much time they are spending on their phone. Digital Wellbeing offers a set of tools for tracking and managing Android users’ smartphone usage. Digital Wellbeing is part of Android 9 Pie, so it will not available on older Android versions.

Third-party apps like ActionDash bring Digital Wellbeing to older Android versions. ActionDash works like Google’s Digital Wellbeing, but it has its own uniqueness. It let you know how much time you are spending on which apps. It even lets you know how many times you have unlocked your device in a day.



Google’s Digital Wellbeing is designed to get users all to put their phones down more with four major components. The first and foremost component is Dashboard that shows how much time you have spent on your device. The App Timer part lets you set time limits for individual apps, while the DND (Do Not Disturb) and Wind Down feature turns Night Light on and fades the screen to grayscale when it is time to sleep.

The ActionDash app shows how much time you are spending on which apps, how many notifications you get daily and from which app and more. Developed by Action Launcher, the ActionDash app can be downloaded from Play Store.

The app works on any Android phone runs Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and above. To get some advanced features you need to purchase the plus version of the app. If you are interested, give this app a try by downloading it free from Play Store.

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