By: Parth Pundir, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : November 30, 2017 12:15 pm
The application is designed for users using Android 5.0 and above, to understand their data consumption and save it.
The search engine giant, Google has announced the launch of new data usage manage app, dubbed as the Datally. The application is designed for users using Android 5.0 and above, to understand their data consumption and save it.
The Datally is now available in the Google Play Store, which allows users to see their data usage on hourly, weekly and even monthly basis. And further advice when and how to save cellular data.
According to Google, the Beta testers, who were using the application for past one year, were able to save an average of 30 percent of their cellular data. Other than this, the application features a Data Saver mode, to block background data usage and even tracks the real-time data consumption of the running app.
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Further, the Distally will guide users with different ways to reduce their data usage, with the change in few activities and will even suggest the nearest public WiFi to connect.
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