Google launches Datally data saving app for Android


Google has just reincarnated its previous data-monitoring app, Triangle as Datally.

Based on your own activity, the app will also suggest how you can cut down or suggest nearby Wi-Fi networks for you to connect to.

You can download Datally from Google Play free of charge. So Datally as a standalone app, it'll also be much easier for people to find and control their data usage.

Understand Data Usage: First, the app allows users to understand their data usage. Datally is a data saving application which will help users take control of how they consume data in daily life and block culprit applications that continue to run in the background and eats up the data bundle. The Datally app is your one stop destination to control your mobile data usage. Under this toggle switch, you have two icons - one to "Manage Data" and other to "Find Wi-Fi" hotspots nearby. The company says that it's been testing Datally in the Philippines over the past few months and found that users saved up to 30 percent on their data. Almost all functions provided by Datally are already available in the android settings.

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

The Data Saver bubble blocks background data and tracks real-time data usage, whatever app you're in - it's like a speedometer for your data.

Save Data: Thirdly, it helps you save data. It additionally gives a catalog of adjacent Wi-Fi systems that incorporates client editorial on their quality. Users will also get personalized recommendations for how you can save more. You can add apps to this list as per your preference. It also has a speed test feature, which Google might want to consider, given that much of Datally has features "inspired" by others. A bubble showing data use appears every time an app is opened.

On a positive note, the app is very well designed - in a way, the look at feel is reminiscent of the design of another recent app from Google: Tez.

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