If you own any of Google's Pixel phones, you might have heard about a new movement to disable the Digital Wellbeing feature. As neat as it is to try and curb phone addiction, a lot of people have been reporting that turning it off helps to boost performance across the board.
We've already created a step-by-step guide showing you exactly how to turn Digital Wellbeing off if you want to give it a shot, but now we want to know how many of you have actually gone and done that.
Here's how the AC forum community has responded so far.
What do you think? Does turning off Digital Wellbeing really make Pixel phones faster?
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