Microsoft adds a new feature to its Android launcher

Microsoft Launcher is improving day by day and Microsoft is also playing its part in it too. Microsoft is now adding a new digital health feature to its Android Launcher.

This similar feature will also be available in stock Android starting from Android Pie, but Microsoft has added it into its Launcher and it will let the users track that how long they are using a specific app(s).

[Source: NetAns]
With this feature, the users will have the ability to track the screen time, app usage, and even the number of times they have unlocked their device.

Although Google added this feature to Android Pie, but as the Microsoft Launcher is supported on all Android devices running Android 4.2 or higher so, it opens the digital health feature not only to users with the latest version of Android but to a lot of other older users too.

This is included in version 5.1 of Microsoft Launcher which also has To-Do and Sticky Notes integration too which allows you to sync your tasks and notes from these apps onto your Android device.

To cope with all that, Microsoft is also adding a similar feature like that in iOS, “Hey Cortona” which will launch the digital assistant from the Android launcher.

Microsoft has been consistently trying to improve its Android Launcher over the past few years. Earlier this year, it added some family-focused feature and Windows 10 Timeline feature which allows the users to resume apps and websites across different devices.

If you are interested in Microsoft Launcher, then it is available for download from Google Play Store.

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