In addition to working on Android devices that run software dating back to Lollipop (version 5.0 released in 2014), it also has features that the Google application does not yet support. Add some visualizations to the tracked data, and provide a daily usage summary so you can see how addictive Instagram is. While the use of data to adjust your behavior is a decision you will have to make on your own, the first important step is to become aware of the time spent.
Introducing ActionDash! A device usage viewer that takes the Digital Wellbeing application as a starting point, takes it to all Android devices and greatly improves it with deeper information and personalizations.
Install: https://t.co/uckeyDTQ0X pic.twitter.com/2soGH5d11q
– Chris Lacy (@chrismlacy) January 18, 2019
Of course, with the level of information it collects and the specific data that is tracked, privacy is an obvious problem. According to developer Chris Lacy, ActionDash never sends data from the device to your company or to third parties, unless the user specifically chooses to upload backup copies to services such as Google Drive, Dropbox or an SD card.
You can install ActionDash now for free from the Play Store, however, certain features, such as backup support, a dark theme and a "full" usage history, cost $ 7.