Google will soon introduce a new feature in its Digital Wellbeing app. This feature called Heads Up, for “Head Up”, will warn users who walk using their smartphone. The goal is of course to avoid accidents related to the inattention of some users, their eyes riveted on their device.
The Digital Well-being application will be equipped with a new functionality very soon. Called Heads Up , or head held high in the language of Molière, it will invite users to stop staring at their smartphone when they walk. The feature is currently being rolled out on the latest beta of the Digital Wellbeing app . Several owners of the Pixel 4A are already taking advantage of it, as some social media posts attest.