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Google Adds 4 New Features to Datally

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Last year, Google introduced a free data-saving app that helped Android users save, control, and understand their data easily. The app, called Datally, has been used by a large number of people ever since it was released. On average, a user gets to save up to 21 percent of mobile data through this app.

Months after the app was released, Google has announced four new ways users can save more using Datally.

Guest Mode


This new feature on the app lets you be in control when a friend or family member decides to borrow your phone. With Guest Mode, you can set the amount of data you can share with another person before you let him borrow your phone. This way, you can stop your loved ones from hogging your data allotment.

Daily Limit


Another new feature available on Datally is Daily Limit. With this new feature, you can control the amount of data you use per day. You only need to set a maximum amount of data you are willing to spend per day. As you use your data, you will get warnings whenever you're about to reach the data limit you have set. After that, you can opt to keep going or block data for day's remaining hours.

Unused Apps


This is a neat new feature offered on Datally. A number of users often find that even though they have closed their apps, it could still be running in the background and using mobile data. With Datally's new Unused Apps feature, you can see the apps that you are not using but are taking up data without you knowing it. You can then uninstall unused apps so that your phone does not leak data from your device.

Wi-Fi Map


The last feature newly added on Datally is called Wi-Fi Map. With this feature, the app shows you all the different Wi-Fi networks that are near your location. Through this, you can switch to using Wi-Fi connection so you can continue surfing the Internet without worrying about how much data you are already consuming. What's neat about this feature is that you can give the network a rating after you have connected to it.

If you're having a difficult time managing your data consumption, maybe it's time you start using Datally. Head over to the Play Store to learn more about this app.



Source: Google

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  1. The era of limited data has been over for years.

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    1. All “unlimited” plans have limits...

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    2. Some people are still on plans that have limited data, or at least limited high speed data.

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    3. Maybe in your world...

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    4. He's right. Limited data is an idea from the past. I use about 800 terabytes every single month. The only limits are your imagination!

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    5. Seriously--800 terabytes? LOL No life, no job? What a waste of time. Do as your habit requires.

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    6. Yes, I have an array of 4K TVs filling my garage playing 24/7 Netflix and YouTube's. All tethered off my mobilIe linr. It's good to be the video king...

      I've made this my life, why don't you make it yours?

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  2. Data-wise this oddly named app seems good.
    Just found out that SimpleMobile now has a 3 GB LTE plan for $25 per month. $20 per month when credit card is activated on the account. Runs on TMobile network. Seems it will continue if the customer requests it past Sept of 2018.

    https://ww2.simplemobile.com/serviceplan

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  3. Been using the Datally app for 1 day now & liking it so far. Wasn't expecting better battery life, but seeing a noticeable difference already. Didn't charge last night & started with 70% battery life this morning. Phone was on from 5:00 AM till 9:30 PM yesterday with light to moderate use.

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  4. Here we go again with the comment censorship.

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      You have full freedom of speech. Your rights are not curtailed. You can go to blogspot.com and start your own blog and speak out on the issues in whatever way you want.

      but you have no right to ride on the coattails of others and claim the right to control the content of prepaidphonenews just because you want it. This is Dennis's place and it's not yours. but how convenient of you to let Dennis do all the hard work have building this place up and then you step in and demand some sort of right to have anything you say no matter how crappy it is included on the site, over Dennis's wishes.

      I myself have had many comments refused by Dennis. So what, my standards are different from his. but since this is his publication, his standards are the only ones that matter. And that's the way it should be. I just move on, and I don't whine about it.

      So go ahead, put the proof to the pudding. Make your own phone blog and let us see what you got...

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