The MIUI is characterized not only by the aesthetic differences compared to the other interfaces but also by the so many features and options available. And in fact on board the MIUI 10 Beta 9.4.15, Xiaomi is testing a very similar app to the Google Digital Wellbeing app that we have seen debuting with Android 9 Pie.
On some devices, a stock app appeared that follows what was seen with Digital Wellbeing, the app with which to manage your smartphone use. The operation is almost the same, monitoring the frequency with which the display is switched on, which apps are used and how long. The graphs available are daily, weekly and monthly, giving the user the opportunity to have a broad view of his habits.
You can also see a list of the most used apps, with the relative playing time, but we also have information on how many times we have unlocked the smartphone and how many notifications we have received.
And as with Digital Wellbeing, the MIUI app allows you to set time limits for any installed app. Once this limit is reached the following warning will appear on the screen: “You have been using your device for xx: xx today. Have some rest!”, Being able to extend the limit for another hour or accepting it and taking a break.
According to reports, this new feature should only be present on the MIUI Beta for Xiaomi Mi 8 SE, although we expect it to be released on other models in the coming days.