If you feel like you're spending too much time on your phone, you may want to pay close attention to The Washington Post, that's when Google will announce "a new set of new controls" for Android to help people keep track of their phone addiction. (Here's what else .). According to
The Post suggests the new tools will be different from the company's existing, which let parents set up limited-access Google accounts for kids under the age of 12. (Here's , which recently .)
The new controls will work for families, but also for individual users, according to the Post's source.
The publication reports that "responsibility" will be the theme of this year's. That's not too surprising in the wake of scandals like the privacy issue or the last year. YouTube recently rolled out following that outcry as well.
Google didn't immediately reply to a request for comment.
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