Datally to come to the rescue of Excess Data Usage

Saturday, 02 Dec, 2017

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.

Among another usage of the app include its ability to suggest ways to cut down on data consumption based on the user's usage style.

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"With Datally, you can save more and do more with your data", Google claimed in their news update for the new Datally app on Android.

"Those living on Wi-Fi or with large data plans may not notice, but for many users around the world data is like money to them so they budget it".

"That's why we built Datally, an app that helps you to control, save more and do more with your data", Caesar Sengupta, Vice President, Next Billion Users, Google, said in a blogpost. Google designed Datally to help users see their mobile data usage patterns via graphs and usage highlights so they are better informed on how to save on their data bills.

According to Datally, Google is only seeing how much data is entering and exiting your phone, and claims to be unaware of what exactly is being transmitted. By clicking on the bubble, the user can also easily block the app's data use especially when it is not in use. Over time, Datally will learn your usage patterns and offer more recommendations to save data. So if you want to check the best apps of 2017, then you can check the list below. The company stated that people who have been using their app have managed to save around 30% of their data. While Kendrick Lamar's HUMBLE. defeats Ed Sheeran's Shape of You in the race of the most streaming songs which also include DNA.by Kendrick Lamar, Mask Off by Future, and Body Like A Back Road by Sam Hunt. Or the app also provides a big red button that will let users to cut data off of all apps save for the one now in use. It will provide a list of Wi-Fi networks in the vicinity that you can connect to.

Datally works on all phones running Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and higher, and it's available globally on the Google Play Store.