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‘Focus Mode’ in Digital Wellbeing comes out of Beta

Google released the Focus Mode in Digital Wellbeing app back in September this year. The update has been available in the Digital Wellbeing app since then in the Beta version.

Now the Focus Mode is coming out of Beta version of Digital Wellbeing. With the latest update to the Digital Wellbeing app on Android, you can experience it in your Android smartphone.

Speaking of the ap0 version, you need to be on app version 1.0.272729121 or newer to use the Focus Mode in Digital Wellbeing app on Android.

Focus Mode is a new Digital Wellbeing tool on Android, now out of beta, that helps you get things done by temporarily pausing apps so you can focus on the task at hand. You can select apps you currently find distracting (like social media or games) and if you try to open them, Focus mode will remind you that the app is paused. Focus mode will also silence those apps’ notifications until you’re ready to switch out of the mode. This means you can use your phone without interruptions from apps you don’t need right away.

You can watch this new feature in action in our hands-on video of Android 10 on the Nokia 8.1.

As always, you can download the latest update from the link given below.

[appbox googleplay com.google.android.apps.wellbeing]

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