New Google app to help users save and monitor data

No more wasting data for Android users, thanks to Google's latest app.

Google has launch the free app designed to help mobile users manage and monitor their data usage, explains tech expert Duncan McLeod.

The app is called Datally, and is meant to help users understand and control where data is spent on their device.

Datally breaks down how much data is used across all apps by the hour, day, or month and helps sets restrictions on how much bandwidth each service should use.

They're pitching it as an app for the next billion [users] who will be connected to the internet.

Duncan McLeod, TechCentral Editor

The app will give you much more control over the amount of mobile data you're using.

Duncan McLeod, TechCentral Editor

Learn more or download the app here.

Listen to the app explained:


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : New Google app to help users save and monitor data


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