CTIA Rates Data Usage of Popular Apps
The CTIA today launched KnowMyApp.org, a site detailing the average data usage of popular phone apps. The service currently includes the top 50 apps for both iOS and Android. For each, it describes a tested scenario (designed to be typical) and shows how much data it used. It also shows what percentage of common data plans (1, 2, or 4 GB) the app could be expected to consume. The service is useful not only for avoiding data caps, but for maximizing battery life, making the service useful even for those on unlimited data plans.
Google's Datally App Helps People Manage Monthly Data
Google today announced Datally, a new app meant to help mobile device owners manage their data usage thanks to fine-tuned controls. To start, the app lets people view their data usage on an hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly basis.
Netflix Adds Cell Data Controls to Android, iOS Apps
Netflix has given users of its Android and iOS mobile apps control over how much cellular data the apps use. Netflix subscribers can opt to stream video only over WiFi, or at varying degrees of quality to limit data consumption.
Samsung Max Offers Data Savings and Security for Android
Samsung today announced Samsung Max, a free app for Android devices that will provide new data conservation and security tools. The app, a reborn version of the former Opera Max app, includes Data Saving Mode to help people stretch their mobile data buckets a bit further each month.
Google Maps Gains New Offline/Roaming Powers
Google today launched two new features for Google Maps for Android: a Wi-Fi Only mode, and the option to store offline map data on removable memory cards. Together, the two features are especially useful for those traveling overseas, where data roaming is expensive.
it shows you how much data each apps used!
This is great !