Google is adding some new features to its digital wellbeing app, which will help you better track your sleep

Google is adding some new features to its digital wellbeing app, which will help you better track your sleep. These features are not tangible yet, but have been discovered by XDA developers who have demolished the beta APK version 1.0.312292882. While this goes with every other feature not released in the beta version, they can also be switched on to the end users.

The first is the new Sleep Habit Tracking feature that seeks access to clock and digital wellbeing apps. As reported in the report, these motion and light sensors can easily track activity and time field history. Using data, anyone can track how much they are using the device at midnight or before bedtime. It is also known that the quality of sleep you get is determined in a more precise way. However, all this data is deleted once the user decides to turn off this feature.

Some other unpublished features found in the beta version include the ability to integrate profiles for digital well-being and use time between third-party applications to unload notes before bed and show them when they arise. .

Customers are not sure when these features will come. However, this is definitely important for those who want to know how much time they spend on their smartphones.

Meanwhile, Google has begun offering Covid-19 exposure notification technology to public health agencies. Google has built information technology with Apple and the technology works for Android and iOS users.

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