Android Digital Wellbeing: Tools for balance

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We’re committed to helping you find the right balance with technology. In addition to the Digital Wellbeing tools and features that have rolled out on Android this past year, we’re now offering tips and advice from experts that match your personal needs.

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  1. Fuck android, hackers/terrorists are able to break into the operating system and replace it with their own cloned/illegal operating system and take full control of the device, what a dodgy system, I'll never go with an android device again in future the the thing is highly compromised and and devs probably can't do a damn thing about it.

  2. Instead of promoting the damn thing, fix it so it doesn't slow down the pixel phones… Great timing on releasing the video after all the bad rep its getting too bad its backfiring since everyone knows the app is developed like garbage…

  3. Get all the tools to manage your digital wellbeing! Just at the expense of performance and battery life. Which is an included benefit since no one wants to use a laggy or dead device.

  4. I enjoy the ability to set time limits for games but I wish I could set notifications to tell me when I hit a certain amount of time that I've been play said game for blah blah blah minutes. Then I can work more fluidly with with setting aside the remainder of time I have in said game/app. Right now Dashboard is just like an timer that punishes you if you reach you limit rather than an educator and telling as you're in the game/app how long you've been there. I guess what I'm saying is there needs to be Milestone markers via notifications on how long you've been in an app before you hit the timer limit. This would help users reflect and not use app timers as a punishment system.

  5. meanwhile y'all share are data with advertisers…. to carriers selling it to practically anyone to then some shady ppl can use it to track their ex and or other stuff
    just a fyi or heads up to those who don't know …

    people can call your carrier for a copy of your sim card w/ simple stuff as your full name boom can (dox = blackmail)