We’re committed to helping you find the right balance with technology. In addition to the Digital Wellbeing tools and features that have rolled out on Android this past year, we’re now offering tips and advice from experts that match your personal needs.
Learn more at wellbeing.google.com
Read the latest on Google’s commitment to Digital Wellbeing: https://goo.gle/2JF8ueq
Seeing your Digital Wellbeing data can be an emotional experience. Do you REALLY spend that much time on an app? Android experts Rose La Prairie and Maggie Stanphill create tools that help you find a better balance with how you use your phone.
Now on Android, your phone is a security key to protect your accounts from phishing. Christiaan Brand, product manager on the Google Cloud Security team, explains why protecting your identity is top of mind for Android.
Hear from Dave Kleidermacher, VP of Android Security & Privacy, as he discusses the highlights from the Android Security & Privacy 2018 Year in Review report. View the full report at g.co/androidsecurityreport2018
How do you define screen time well spent versus the endless scroll? See how Android Digital Wellbeing experts, Rose La Prairie and Maggie Stanphill, navigate that question daily and why they’ve worked hard to bring tools to life that help users find the right balance.
Users are coming online for the first time, and the number of languages available on the Assistant is growing. With just one tap, a dedicated button on your phone will bring an easier experience to users all around the world. Hear from Google Assistant’s Group Product Manager, Austin Chang, and HMD’s Senior Product Marketing Manager, Chris Lorigan, as they discuss how Android and partners are bringing the Google Assistant button to a broad range of devices.
Welcome to the age of 5G, first on Android. Hear directly from Android’s Marketing VP, Bob Borchers, and Qualcomm’s VP of Global Product Marketing, Don McGuire, as they discuss what this means and look ahead to the possibilities 5G creates for engineers, developers, users, and more.
Imagine a world where people who are deaf or hard of hearing can have everyday in-person conversations, in real time. Google research scientist Dimitri Kanvesky and engineer Chet Gnegy worked together to bring Live Transcribe, a new Android app, to life to accomplish just that.