A few months ago the tech-giant company Google announced Android 9.0 Pie version officially and introduced a new feature called Digital Wellbeing. This app feature is in beta mode currently and only available for Google Pixel devices. But the HMD Global seems so much focused on frequent Android and security patch updates to their devices. Recently, the company announced that all the Nokia devices will get Android 9 Pie update very soon. Now the popular Android One program based Nokia 7 Plus gets the official Digital Wellbeing feature.
Nokia 7 Plus Officially Received Digital Wellbeing
The Essential Phone was one of the first non-pixel devices to receive Android 9.0 Pie official update on the same day when Google released it officially. Now the Nokia 7 Plus becomes one of the first non-pixel or non-Google devices to receive this Digital Wellbeing feature officially. This app feature monitors the user data with the system to keep track of apps usage and time spent and control them. The user can maintain and schedule the device apps usage time, notifications, lock screen unlock count etc.
However, the user can also set the app timer from the Digital Wellbeing dashboard to control the usage time or we can say the mobile addiction easily. The app timer simply works as a normal timer/stopwatch. When the mentioned time is spent or over, the Digital Wellbeing app close the app forcefully and notify the user that you have used your limit for today. Since this is a beta mode, the user can notice any crashes or inconsistencies in this application for now.
If your device is eligible for Android 9 Pie update then stay tuned for the official release and you can also enjoy this feature on your device. But if you’re using the Nokia 7 Plus device and want to experience the new feature then simply download the app from the Google Play Store app right now.