Smartphones have become a basic necessity and a very important part of our life. We use it to surf the internet, connect with friends and family, play games, run our business or complete our professional commitments, order food, and a whole lot more. With the help of smartphones and the internet, everything is easily accessible, and right in front of our eyes. We pick our phone for one thing but end up finding ourselves doing something totally different, only to realize that we have wasted way more precious time.
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That’s why Digital Wellbeing is a matter of concern, as we need to keep a balance between our digital life, and real life. That way tech giants like Google, Apple, Microsoft, and more are focusing on Digital Wellbeing. Recently Google is found to be working on Digital Wellbeing Widget (as reported by our friends at 9to5Google) that can give you are details about the time spent on each app. This widget is not available yet, but there are some ways to get it now or an alternative with similar functionality.
Ways To See App Screen Time On Any Android Phone
There are a few alternatives that allow you to check the time you have spent on your phone, app-wise. Let’s have a look at them.
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Wellpaper is a really useful and amazing app, as it is a dynamic wallpaper that displays your screen time & smartphone usage on your lock screen. It tracks and displays your smartphone usage in form of cool wallpapers (you can choose your favorite layout), right at your phone’s home screen. Now, whenever you will pick up your phone, you will be greeted with a cool wallpaper telling you about your phone usage for the day.
Social Fever is another such app that helps get stats about your phone usage. Along with this, you get your total screen usage, along with the number of times you’ve unlocked your phone. It also comes with eye health, ear health, family time, sleep time features, and more.
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Space is for both Android as well as iPhone users, it comes with clean and minimal UI. There are a few useful features as well, like screen dimming if you use your phone more than your daily quota, frequent unlock interruption, longer session interruption, and more. You can even try an 8-day course specially designed to maintain phone/life balance. Track your achievements to stay motivated.
These are the 3 alternatives to get the feature of Google’s Digital Wellbeing Widget, right now on your phone and you can check app screen time on your Android phone. You can even make a similar widget yourself, we have a detailed guide to make a custom widget on your phone. Stay tuned for more such tech tips and tricks.
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