Today Thursday, Nov 30, 2017, Google announced a new app called Datally, according to the name the app basically helps Android smartphone users to understand, check and save their mobile data.
Datally let users track their mobile data usage in real time, the application also provides personalize recommendation on saving data like it notifies users about wifi-spot available nearby.
If you are struggling to save data on your smartphone or your data pack is getting over before if validation date, datally is there for you. The application is available for download on Google Play Store it works with all smartphone running on Android 5.0(lollipop) and higher operating system (OS).
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This new application by Google lets you have a check on your data usage, understand what app is consuming the maximum chunk of your data pack and lets you have control have them.
Three Benefit Of Using Datally
Save Your Data
Datally provides smartphone users with the list of nearby wifi-spot so they can wifi and stop using their mobile data
Understand Your Data
Datally app allows you to see your data usage hourly, daily, weekly or monthly the app also provides a personalized recommendation for how you can save your mobile data.
Control your data
The app helps you control your data by turning on the data saver to block background data usage and track current data usage, it also allows users to restrict app from data usage with one tap in case the data usage gets out of control
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Talking about Datally, Caesar Sengupta,vice president, Next Billion Users, Google says via a blog post, mobile app is expensive for many people around the world and what’s worse it’s hard to find where it goes, that’s why we built datally, an app that helps you to control, save more and more with your data. We have been testing datally in the Philippines for the past few month and people are saving up to 30 percent of their data.
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