Digital Wellbeing is now a feature of Chrome on Android 10
Chrome 77.0.3865.116 for Android has an interesting new addition: Google's Digital Wellbeing. This phone-use tracker now also works for this popular browser. It is available in the app's settings under the Privacy menu. Thereafter, the user will be able to see a list of the sites visited in the main Wellbeing UI.
Furthermore, this interface should show screen-on time for individual websites. Each one also has an hourglass icon alongside it. Its selection results in the ability to set a time-limit for the corresponding site's use in Chrome. These timers are re-set every day, which may help the user cut down on prolonged browsing sessions on sites such as eBay.
Chrome's Digital Wellbeing integration has come a long way since its original detection in its Gerrit source-code in February 2019. At that point, it was known by the code-name "Chromeshine", and had been involved in various Q betas since then. Now, however, it has made the stable channel and may be available on phones that run Android 10.