Do you ever wonder how much time you spend on your Android device? With the increasing use of smartphones, it’s essential to keep track of our screen time.
Fortunately, Android provides a built-in feature that allows you to monitor and manage your usage. In this tutorial, we will explore how to check your screen time on Android.
Step 1: Accessing Digital Wellbeing
To begin, open the Settings app on your Android device. Scroll down until you find the “Digital Wellbeing & Parental Controls” option and tap on it.
Step 2: Viewing Screen Time
Inside the Digital Wellbeing menu, you will see various options related to your device usage. Look for the “Dashboard” section and tap on it.
Note: If this is your first time accessing Digital Wellbeing, you may be prompted to set it up. Follow the instructions provided to enable this feature.
Option 1: Daily Overview
On the Dashboard page, you will see a detailed overview of your daily device usage. It displays information such as total screen time, number of unlocks, and number of notifications received.
Option 2: App Usage
Beneath the Daily Overview section, there is an “App Usage” option. Tap on it to view a breakdown of how much time you spend on individual apps.
Step 3: Customizing Screen Time Settings
If you wish to customize your screen time settings or set app timers for specific applications, go back to the Digital Wellbeing menu and select “Wind Down.” From there, you can configure options such as grayscale mode and bedtime reminders.
Checking your screen time on Android is a valuable habit to develop. By understanding how much time you spend on your device, you can make informed decisions about managing your usage. With the help of Digital Wellbeing, it’s easier than ever to monitor and control your screen time.
Remember to take breaks and prioritize your well-being while using your Android device. Happy tracking!