Google: We're cracking down on Android apps with those annoying lockscreen ads

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Talking about the new app, Caesar Sengupta, Vice President, Next Billion Users, Google, in a blogpost said, "Mobile data is expensive for many people around the world".

So as consumers, we often look for ways to save those extra few megabytes of our mobile data by either reducing our usage or simply switching it off altogether.

Eden Rose Artuz, 23 a user of the Datally since November 2016, when it was launched for pilot testing, said the application helped her monitor her data usage which she usually uses to communicate with her colleagues and clients of her online business.

If you find any inappropriate advertisements from an app you've installed from Play Store, you can report the app as "Inappropriate".

Google on Thursday launched an app created to help Android phone users understand, control and save on their expensive mobile data. You only have to input your preferred stocks, and you'll be updated on how they're performing in real time.

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In its quest to help us save on our data costs, Datally is also created to educate us on ways to save data based on our usage style. In fact, the app has already been use in Philippines since summer where it has gone for more than 500,000 downloads and helped save 30 percent data on average.

Once you're connected to a network, don't forget to rate it to help others in the Datally community find great Wi-Fi. First, it allows users to see data usage on an hourly, daily, weekly or monthly basis and get personalised recommendations for how they can save more. This way, you can connect to these hotspots and save a significant amount of mobile data.

The other highlight of the app is bubbles feature.

But on the other hand, if you're on a limited data connection and you want to track your data usage and make sure that only the apps you specify are using your precious data, then you can go ahead and give Datally a go by clicking here. Moreover, you can see the list of all the apps and the data eaten by the relevant apps.

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