Google's 'Datally' Is An App That Will Help You Save Data

Google's new Datally app for Android will help you manage your mobile data

Google's mobile data-saving app has moved out of beta and renamed to Datally

CALIFORNIA -Google has launched a new Android app created to help people manage data usage.

Control your data. Turn on the Data Saver bubble to block background data usage and track real-time data usage while using each of your apps-it's like a speedometer for your data.

The application will help you understand, control and save on mobile data. One of the peculiar things that we noticed about Datally was that it asked permission to create a VPN so that data can be monitored by the app. The app was made keeping in mind countries where mobile data is relatively expensive. In order for mobile users to manage their cellular data more efficiently, Google has released Datally.

The Datally app is available for download on Google Play Store. If you're in range of a public network, Datally's Wi-Fi finder will notify you and help you connect.

Apps frequently use data in the background to update content and information.

Datally shows you how much data you've used on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis and alerts you when apps consume a lot of data. Try it out and see if it helps you save on data.

Google has today introduced a new mobile application named Datally, which is created to help Android smartphone users stay under the limits of pricey mobile data packages. You can track in real time the data consumption of each and every internet connected app on your Android smartphone.

The next option is "Find Wi-Fi" where Google has a list of Wi-Fi networks that are available nearby. "And what's worse, it's hard to figure out where it all goes", said Caesar Sengupta, VP of the next billion users team at Google, in a blog post. The initiative is also focused on basic features like storage management, which is why the app just takes tiny 6MB space.

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