If you are one of those who uses WhatsApp at all hours of the day and you want to leave it to yourself in some way, or reduce the number of hours you spend in the app owned by Facebook (now meta), there is a very simple way to know the time you spend sending audios and messages.
And, what is the value of knowing the time we spend in it? Because you’re going to be embarrassed to see the hours you lose with Mark Zuckerberg’s app and you’re going to want to get rid of it a bit. Nothing like putting ourselves in front of our miseries to want to solve them.
For some time now, Android has been improving the internal tools of the operating system so that we can have greater control over it. And that entails knowing what we do with our mobile and if we are using it in a healthy way.
Mobile phone addiction is a reality that many experts have been right to point out in the last decade. And the apps Digital Well-being and Health is a movement of Android for wanting to help users in need.
How to discover the hours we spend on WhatsApp with Android
In a very simple way we are going to explain how you can see the time you spend on WhatsApp in your day to day. But, if your addiction is to Instagram or Twitter (TikTok is also valid), the Digital Wellbeing application will tell you the same.
Even this app can help us to know which social network we are most hooked on, something that is usually difficult to discern by oneself without external help. Let’s go with the four steps:
- open the Settings section of the telephone
- Search Digital Wellbeing and Health and click on the app
- Check the graph it gives youwith the time you have spent in each application
- You can see broken down in descending order the most used apps on your mobile in the last hours
In our case it can be seen that the two most used applications today are Instagram and WhatsApp with 28 minutes of use eachso it gives us an idea of which apps are the ones that consume us the most time throughout the day.
Do your this on your Android phone and discover the time you spend on WhatsApp… Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube and let’s stop because the list of applications could be endless.