Mobile data enable us to use our smartphones without connecting to Wi-Fi. Through mobile data, users can search anything they want to know, connect with their friends through social media, watch youtube videos, and explore new apps. But mobile data is not free, in fact, it is very expensive in some countries. That’s why it is very important to know where your data goes and what apps consume it the most.
Why saving mobile data matters?
Everybody wants to do more stuff with his/her smartphone, right?
If you can save more data, then it enables you to do more activities with your phone. Remember, more data means doing more things with your smartphone. Also, saving mobile data helps you save lots of money in the long run.
In this post, I will discuss a way to save your mobile data using an app.
Google recently launched their new data saving app called “Datally”. This app helps its users to do more with their mobile phones. It is a mobile data manager app that helps us to monitor, save, and control our data. Google claimed that it could help us save up to 30% of mobile data through controlling the data usage per app.
Note: The amount of data savings vary from different users and different user behavior.
Datally helps you understand your data usage through its usage metrics. It allows you to learn more about your data usage history and data usage per-app.
You can turn on the Data Saver bubble to disable background data usage and it also enables you to keep track real-time data usage.
And there’s more.
Datally helps you save data by helping you to discover great Wi-Fi networks nearby. You just need to turn on your location and it will suggest Wi-Fi networks near you. And before you connect to a Wi-Fi network, you can see what other Datally users have rated to that Wi-Fi network so you’ll be aware if that network is really worth connecting. After you’ve connected to a Wi-Fi network, you can also rate that network and help other Datally users.