Five data saving tips for Android usersBy Staff Writer 24 August 2016 | Categories: news
Android has been in the news recently with ith Nougat rolling out to Nexus phones, soon coming to other models (hopefully). However, the folks over at Google has some sweet data saving tips for all Android users. If you like us, hate paying your cellular provider for extra data, best would be to follow these five tips.
Reduce the amount of data used by your Android mobile device or computer by turning on Chrome Data Saver Mode. From compressing web pages to removing images when loading a page on a slow connection, you’re able to save up to 70% more data.
Offline YouTube videos and watch them as often as you like without using data or buffering each time with YouTube Offline.
Whether it’s your neighbourhood or a weekend getaway destination, there’s a way to use Google Maps without using any data. Download an area of the world and seamlessly use Maps features like turn-by-turn navigation and access useful location information without a network connection using Google Maps Offline.
Identify and remove data intensive apps by going to Settings > Data Usage on your Android device. You may be surprised to see data being used by apps you hardly touch!
Disable auto-updating apps on your Android device by opening Google Play and tapping the hamburger icon (three horizontal lines) on the top left of the screen. Go to Settings > tap Auto-update apps > select Do not auto-update apps or Auto-update apps over Wi-Fi.
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