Back in June, Google quietly launched Triangle, an app to track which apps used mobile data on your Android device and restrict unwanted consumption. It’s now got a new name – Datally – and is available on Google Play globally. While Triangle was designed to give you control over apps to prevent them from chewing through your data plan – both during active use and while running in the background – Datally (a play on De Talli, which means ‘high five’ in Hindi) tacks on a public Wi-Fi Finder that will guide you to locations where you can hop online… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Android,Google
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