Google Chrome is adding support for “Screen Time”, an iOS feature that helps you control device usage.
Screen Time on iOS
Screen Time lets you track the time you spend on individual apps or app categories. For example, you can check your stats and see how long you use social media every day.
You could then set up limits for app usage. Reduce the amount of time you spend on Facebook or instagram.
A code change request support I spotted today talks about adding support for Screen Time on iOS 14.
Google Chrome will add an experimental flag to the chrome://flags page on iOS to test this feature.
“Enables ScreenTime: Enables ScreenTime on iOS 14.0 and above”
I don’t have much available on this feature at this point. However, it is possible that Chrome is trying to add support for tracking screen time for individual websites like it did on Android.
Are you an iPhone or iPad user? Are you already using Screen Time? Let me know in the comments section.
Source: Chromium Gerrit.