Microsoft Brings Apple’s iPhone Screen Time Feature to Android

The latest beta version of Microsoft Launcher for Android comes with a digital health feature similar to Apple’s own iPhone Screen Time and Google’s Digital Wellbeing app.

The launcher can thus display the screen time and usage time for each app installed on the device, along with extra information like how many times you unlocked the device. You can see stats for the last 24 hours or the entire week.

All these details are shown in a card right in the feed of the launcher, but they can be further expanded on a separate page to see more information per each app.

Additionally, Microsoft Launcher 5.1 beta introduces support for Sticky Notes. Previously available on Windows 10 exclusively, Sticky Notes is now a cross-platform application, and after launcher on the web and as part of OneNote, beginning with this release, it’s available on Android as well.

You can thus view your notes if you are logged in with the same Microsoft account used on your Windows 10 PC.

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