All of Android's new and future phones will have electronic welfare tools. The tech giant now wants devices running its app to have a mobile wellbeing system, including parental controls, according to Google's GMS arrangement seen by XDA Developers and 9to5Google.
The law includes products that have been released with Android 9 Pie and Android 10 and products that have been upgraded and updated to either OS since September 3. Google said vendors can meet the requirement in the screenshot posted by XDA Developers simply by charging their phones with the Digital Wellbeing software of the tech giant.
However, as long as they can match the features of the Google-made app, they can also use their own custom solutions. says modified models must have a log that displays the overall screen time, the number of devices activated and the number of updates received— in other words, a copy of Google. We also need to have a way to set app usage limits and, among other things, to schedule Do Not Disturb.
After a small rollout late last year, this change will take Google's Digital Wellbeing software to most Android devices. Before Google made it open to more phones, beginning with the Moto G7 series, it was exclusively available for Android One and Pixel phone users.