Google brings Datally
On November 30, Google announced Datally, a smart and simple Android app that helps smartphone users understand, control, and save mobile data. Datally works on all smartphones running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and higher, and has been made available on the Google Play Store globally. It takes about 6MB of storage keeping memory light. It has been found to have saved 30% more data in real time usage through research on users.
Datally empowers users to solve memory problems with four key features:
Data Saver: Apps frequently use data in the background for updating content and information. Datally's Data Saverfeature lets users control data on an app-by-app basis, so that data only goes to apps they care about.
Data Saver bubble: Once Data Saver is turned on, Datally's Data Saver bubble will appear when a user goes into an app that is allowed to use data. Whenever that app uses data, the Data Saver bubble will show the current rate of data usage, and users can easily choose to block that app's data use if things start to get out of control. The Data Saver bubble is like a speedometer for mobile data.
Personalized alerts: Datally alerts users when apps start consuming a lot of data, and it allows them to see how much data they've used on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.
Wi-Fi finder: There are also times when users want to use more data than they have on their mobile plans, such as when they want to watch HD videos. Public Wi-Fi is an important access point for high-bandwidth connectivity and additional data storage especially for temporary usage. so Datally's Find Wi-Fi feature reveals the networks nearby, rated by the Datally users and admins community. Once connected, users can rate the Wi-Fi networks themselves based on their own experience, so that others like themselves can weigh the best capacity providing Wi-Fis and get help with storage.
For more information interested ones have been requested to visit the Datally website: datally.google.com.