Since the launch of the Pixel 3, the Pixel Stand has been Google’s exclusive wireless charger with exclusive features not offered for other wireless chargers. Now it seems that the Pixel Stand app has added a new bedtime reminder with a shortcut to sleep sounds.
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Sleep reminders and sleep sounds
Over the years, Google has steadily increased its suite of sleep-enhancing features through apps like Clock, Digital Wellbeing, and Google Fit. With the latest version of the Pixel Stand app (version 18.104.22.1688768116 now released via the Play Store), it looks like your Pixel phone will soon be using the Pixel Stand to remind you when it’s time for bed.
“Know when it is time to sleep”
“When your phone is on a Pixel Stand, your phone will show you when it’s time to go to bed”
When your scheduled bedtime arrives, you will be reminded that it is probably a good time to go to sleep. With this reminder, you will be given the option to “Go to Bed”, which should launch your preferred “Sleep Sounds” from the Google Clock app, as well as turn on the Pixel’s built-in bedtime mode, which can activate things. like grayscale screen. and Do not disturb.
Schedule a bedtime
“It is time to sleep”
Go to bed
These features do not appear to be active in the app at the moment, but should be rolled out to Pixel Stand owners today as part of the March Pixel Feature Drop.
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