The tech giant Google released the first developer builds of the upcoming Android 10 aka Android Q operating system and it is loaded with lots of new features as well as the company has tightened the privacy department of the operating system. Well, today we got a new report which suggests that the company may integrate the Digital Wellbeing into the Pixel Launcher in the new version of the Android operating system.
This XDA Developer member Quinny899 has discovered this feature, and that needs to be manually activated and that is not easy to get access in the current beta build. However, with this feature enabled, it will allow you to “pause” an app straight from the home screen. Having said that, the Digital Wellbeing feature was unveiled in Android 9.0 and that allows users to set a timer to disable a particular application but with the integration, you don’t have to you waste your time for setting timers because you can disable or pause any application from the home screen itself.
That said, the discovered guy used the sec-gen Pixel smartphone and shows that the feature allows to long-press an app from within the Pixel Launcher and that will bring an option in the contextual menu to ‘pause’ it, after which the app icon will immediately be greyed.
Well, this is really great to know that the developers of Google are working to making things easy and we think that the company will disclose more about the same at the upcoming Google I/O 2019 event.
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