The Digital Wellbeing was one of the new things introduced by Google during I/O. That specific feature was set to debut alongside Android 9 Pie. The new app basically allows users to understand how they’re using phones. The shows a lot of content, such as screen time, how many times the device has been unlocked, which apps you’re using more often or how many notifications you get. Digital Wellbeing also helps users to control and monitor the addict for smartphones, by limiting how often you use certain features.
During the announcement of Android Pie, Digital Wellbeing was defined as a Pixel exclusive feature with a promise that some Android One devices would eventually get the feature. Fulfilling this promise, Nokia 7 Plus, an Android One smartphone received the feature support on the last month. Today, all of sudden, Google decided to update the Digital Wellbeing App on PlayStore including support for all Android One devices. Worth noting that having Android Pie is a requirement since just a few Android One devices are currently running Pie, that may be underwhelming, at least for now.
The list of Android One devices that are now compatible with the feature is pretty short – Nokia 7 Plus and Nokia 6.1 Plus – Since the rest of Android One devices are yet to receive an Android Pie update, Digital Wellbeing will remain limited to a few smartphones, at least for a while.