Google’s Digital Wellbeing features, designed to help you with more responsible use of mobile software and prevent distractions, have officially completed the beta phase and are now available to all Google Pixel phones running Android 9 Pie, per 9to5Google 9to5Google . Android One devices also accept the features, located under the Android Settings menu, when you download the Digital Wellbeing app from the Google Play Store. (If you sign up for the beta, your version of Digital Wellbeing automatically updates.)
Like Apple’s Screen Time dashboard, these new Android features include counters for how long you’ve used certain apps, the ability to restrict usage, and graphs and images that show how many times you unlock the phone per day and how many messages you receive, including metrics. There is also Wind Down, a unique feature that limits notifications before you go and gradually turns the screen into a grayscale mix of black and white to ease your eyes and encourage you to relax.
Google first detailed these features with a preview of Android 9 back in May, and were first available in August with the launch of Android Pie. For a guide on how to use Digital Wellbeing and where exactly there are in the Android settings, check out our guidebook here.