In a world, where mobile apps control everything, every new information is acquired using mobile phones, and people are glued to their screens.
It doesn’t matter if they are watching funny cat videos or solving complex problems. The truth is, we are addicted to the tiny screens that are always in our pockets.
And with Android having more than 85% market share, Google feels accountable for this addiction to mobile phones.
They launched an initiative called digital will be in 2018.
It is feature built-in natively into the Android OS, so that you know, where you are spending your time the most.
It is called, the Digital Wellbeing, and is available in stock Android.
Many Android Smartphone manufacturers, who customize the Android OS, as per their objective, most of them have this feature turned off, at least for now.
But then there are third-party apps available in the Play Store that can help overcome the addiction of mobile phone and stay focused on your work to be productive.
To do this, Google Play suggests a couple of apps that you can choose from to fight mobile addiction.
It lists apps like Forest, which helps users write phone dependency.
It has a fantastic concept of planting trees and letting them grow if you do not use your phone.
The app comes with an option to whitelist certain apps that you will be able to use.
You have to be honest by restricting all the addictive apps that take your time away.
Another app to fight phone dependency is called Space. It has features like a daily limit to spend on your phone notification blockers etc.
Check out the entire list of suggested apps from Play Store by clicking here