Google Digital Wellbeing for Android now supports all Android One devices

Google's Digital Wellbeing was released to help Android users understand how they used their phones. It offers various statistics on your device, including screen time, app usage and notifications. It can also be used to impose limited on what you use and for how long you use it.

While Digital Wellbeing was originally released as an exclusive for Google's Pixel handsets, the company eventually promised to offer it to all of its Android One devices. Today, the app has been updated in the Google Play Store and received support for all Android One phones.

The only downside is that you need to be running Android Pie in order to install the app, and the only devices which currently support Digital Wellbeing are the Nokia 7 Plus and the Nokia 6.1 Plus.

If you own one of these Android One handsets or a Pixel smartphone, you can download the latest version of Digital Wellbeing directly on your device through the Google Play Store or by using the following link.

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Price Free
Requirements Android

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