You have a new way to sleep on time now. Google’s Wednesday video streaming app announced that it is introducing new “bedtime” memory features to help surfers sleep on time in the late evening.
People locked down complain of disturbed sleep, mostly because of the time they spend on the internet long after they have gone to bed. YouTube ‘s latest functionality is now available to Android and iOS users, and will be eventually expanded for all platforms soon. This functionality is only available on phones and non-laptops for people who visit YouTube.
The app had a similar feature called “take a break” in the digital well-being campaign by Google before. As the name suggests, the interruption alerts users when updates surpass a consecutive display period.
Users may pick a time frame and YouTubes will give them a message about the same when hitting the time limit. You’ll get a message from YouTube for, for instance, if you choose 60 minutes as your viewing time but missed the deadline.
The organization has shown that in the last two years it has sent more than 3 billion “breaks.” Additionally, the company announced in a blog that it allows users to identify “a certain time to stop watching and go to bed.”
When people struggle against coronavirus worldwide, they rely on the Internet to keep their lives relatively safe. Half of the time on the internet these days, and different reasons can be used.