Google’s Digital Wellbeing initiative is pretty impressive, though it’s only limited to Pixel and Android One smartphones. Fortunately however, Chris Lacy, whom is a developer behind Action Launcher and many other apps, just released ActionDash, which brings most of Digital Wellbeing’s own features to almost every Android smartphone out there.
As this is a lot like Digital Wellbeing, ActionDash is a cleanly designed app which provides you with phone and app usage statistics. You can also view screenshots of the app here.
ActionDash is basically split into five main sections, and first off, you get an overview of your usage in the form of a pie chart and many data points. Swiping over to the other tabs, you will most likely find detailed information about how much exact time you have spent on each app, and also how many times you have opened an application. Don’t forget that you will also have a number of notifications which show up on your phone, and how many times you have unlocked the handset.
In comparison to Google’s Digital Wellbeing, you may not miss out on any usage data. The primary differentiator is the fact that Digital Wellbeing is baked into Android and can also be used to limit the usage of various different applicatio9ns. ActionDash is mainly there to show you the data and also allow you to reshape your usage yourself.
You can also download ActionDash for free from the Play Store by using this link. You can also unlock the applications premium features like the ability to back up and restore statistics data, enable a dark mode, and also view more than seven days of data, and also much more with the in-app purchase of $6.99.
via Android Authority