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The data costs money. If you've already checked which apps you're going to spend more time and money, you're still spending more money than you'd like to, it's time to go ahead and use apps to save data on Android.

We will start by presenting you with specially designed applications to save data (including the native Android function) and we will have a list of applications that you can use to save money.

The Android Function:

Before installing applications it is always a good idea to check if you do not already have something similar pre-installed on your mobile. And, in terms of saving data, it is most likely that it is since it is technically possible in a manual way for many years. From Nougat, however, the process is much simpler.

The Android data saving mode limits the use of data in the background and increases the frequency between requests. Do not expect a huge data saving, but if you go right in your rate ... everything helps.

1. Datally:

Datally started as a Google experiment for emerging countries like the Philippines (and under the name Triangle ), but later it was launched for everyone under its current name. Datally is in a way a hyper vitaminized version of Android's data saving, which gives you more control and more options.

In addition to helping you find Wi-Fi connections in your area, it gives you total control over which apps allow you to use data and which ones do not. To help you choose, take note of which apps you do not use and suggest you block or uninstall them. Another curious addition is a bubble in which you are shown the data that is using the app you have open.

Developer: Google LLC
Download it on Google Play
Price: Free
Category: Tools

2. Samsung Max:

Samsung had been using Opera Max on their phones as a tool to save data, so it was not much of a surprise that Samsung resurrected it after Opera left it. In Google Play it is only available for Samsung phones, although you can install it in others from your APK.

Samsung Max is a very Clean Master app (it will even advertise on the home screen if you activate Premium mode), so you should use it with care. Saving data with Samsung Max is based on blocking access to the network to certain apps as well as data compression.

This compression has a lot of small print (it does not work in encrypted data or precompressed data, for example) so that the saving is somewhat lower today than it was a few years ago, as the developers are compressing and encrypting their data.

Developer: Max apps
Download it on Google Play
Price: Free
Category: Tools

3. Onavo Protect:

Onavo is a veteran in this data saving. It belongs now to Facebook and has moved a little more towards the area of privacy protection than data saving, although it is still a good help.

With Onavo you can easily block access to background data from any application, or completely limit access to the Internet unless a Wi-Fi connection is used. There's not much more you can do, except receive alerts when an app has passed a certain download threshold.

Developer: Onavo
Download it on Google Play
Price: Free
Category: Tools

4. Chrome:

Much of the data consumption probably comes from your browser, and it is very possible that this is Google Chrome. This includes its own data saving mode, from Configuration - Data saving. With this mode, most of the traffic on the pages you visit goes through Google, where it is compressed before it arrives (it does not apply to secure pages or in incognito mode).

Once again, do not expect a big difference, as more and more pages use HTTPS connections, which are not affected by this data saving. In any case, it's free, you do not have to do anything and something will save you, so it does not hurt to activate it.

Developer: Google LLC
Download it on Google Play
Price: Free
Category: Communication

5. Firefox Rocket:

If you do not like Google Chrome, another browser with a data saving mode is Firefox Rocket. In Google Play it is only available in Indonesia, but you can download the APK from here. It is a mini version of Firefox that includes a turbo mode.

This turbo mode blocks ads and trackers, which is always an interesting data saving. If you want to go one step further, it is also possible to block images on any web page, with the push of a button.

Developer: Mozilla
Download it on Google Play
Price: Free
Category: Communication

The Saving Mode Of Other Apps:

Third-party applications can to a certain extent help you save data, but in the end, they are quite limited. If you want to save data considerably, it is best to use the data-saving mode specific to each application. More and more applications are including their own data saving mode. These are some of them:
  • Netflix: you can activate it in Options of the application / Use of data.
  • Spotify: both the normal version and Spotify lite have a Data Saving mode, in Settings.
  • Instagram: reduces the use of data from Configuration / Use of mobile data.
  • Facebook Messenger: from the menu / Save data you can avoid automatically downloading photos and videos.
  • WhatsApp: in settings / Data and storage you can disable the automatic download of photos, audio, video, and documents if you are not connected to a Wi-Fi network.
  • Twitter: in the configuration of the application, in the Use of data you can choose if you want to play HD videos with data and whether it will play automatically or not.
  • YouTube: in the settings of the application, General section, you can check Limit mobile data, which limits the quality of the video if you do not have Wi-Fi.
  • Google Maps: although it does not have an official saving mode, you can activate Wifi Only, which uses the cache or offline maps.
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You may need to disable the following five features from a new smartphone you have just bought;

This is according to Android Pit... 
Automatic brightness and other features that affect battery life 
Manufacturers offer an automatic brightness system. The smartphone detects the ambient light level and adapts its display so that it remains comfortable to read. This is a laudable idea, but the resolution is disappointing most of the time since the luminosity threshold is usually higher than you need.

Brightness means energy, and the consumption will increase, which means your battery will ultimately be paying for it. In short, turn off the automatic brightness and calibrate it yourself. You will get more battery life out of it.

The screen is the element that most affects your smartphone’s autonomy, so you have nothing to lose by taking a look at your screen options to see if something needs to be changed. This of course depends on your use and habits, but in most cases, it is useless to keep the screen on for more than a minute.

The secret is to improve battery life on any phone.

Useless and cumbersome bloatware 
Your smartphone most likely contains at least one app that does not interest you. Whether it is a service from Google (for example, Duo), an app pre-installed by your operator, an app from the manufacturer, or a sponsored app. The number of these apps varies according to the manufacturer, but what is certain is that these apps not only take up space, but may also run in the background. In many cases, these apps can be deleted (and you are better off deleting them).

As a rule, Google apps cannot be deleted (at least not without hacking). Some apps pre-installed by manufacturers cannot be uninstalled either. So, what you have to do is simply disable them: not only will they take up less space in the system, but they also will no longer bother you. To do this, go to the Settings, find the list of apps and search to find the one you are looking for.

Animations and transitions 
If your smartphone is not very powerful, you should do everything you can to make it run a bit more smoothly. There is one little trick that can help you on a daily basis: disabling transitions and animations. To be more specific, these are the effects you see when you switch from one screen or app to another: they can be pretty, but they are unnecessary. If you disable them, transitions will be faster.

All you have to do is simply enable developer options. Once you have done this, you will find the developer options menu and ‘Window animation scale’, ‘Transition animation scale’, and ‘Animation duration scale’. Once you have done this, you will have to reduce it (for example, to 0.5) or deactivate it.

Vibrations and sounds 
These vibrations and sounds are intended to mimic the response of a physical button, but in practice, they are usually quite irritating. Even worse, they will impact your device’s autonomy. In short, you should ask yourself if this feature really is of value to you. If this is not the case, you should deactivate these features.

To disable these sounds and vibrations:
Go to Settings > Sound & notifications
Once you are in this menu, you can disable everything: Dial pad sounds, Screen locking sounds, Charging sounds, Touch sounds, Vibrate on touch, etc.

Please note: if the smartphone is being used by an older person who does not have a great sense of touch, it is recommended that you leave the vibration on so that they can better feel the screen.

Personalisation for advertisements 
Of course, Google uses your private data to get to know you better, which allows it to target you with ads. By accepting Google on your phone, you accept the rules of the game: it will get information about you through its various services and apps. You cannot do much about this (unless you boycott Google), but you can decide whether apps can use your ad ID or not. If you decide to disable this option, Google won’t be able to offer you targeted ads (but they will continue to send you ads anyway).

To do this, simply go to Settings and search in the Google menu. You will then find ‘Ads’, and there, you will be able to set which apps may use your ad ID to create profiles and run custom ads. Of course, if you want to see targeted ads, it is better to leave this option enabled, but you will not prevent Google from getting information about you.

Reasons for disabling the five features... 
Optimisation and fluidity: We all want an ultra-fast smartphone that loads applications quickly and offers maximum battery life. Some of you will have an advantage over others (if you have a powerful smartphone), while others will have more difficulties. In both cases, it is recommended that you avoid as many problems as possible.

User experience: The experience you have with your smartphone depends on many elements, some of which can be quite subjective. Some things can be really painful on a daily basis.

Privacy and confidentiality: If these words are important to you, you know that they have been in the headlines in recent weeks. The Cambridge Analytica case has catapulted Facebook to the forefront (due to criticism of its business model and the exposure of some of its practices), and other big names in technology have quickly followed up by providing more precise user conditions. 
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The Galaxy Note 9 reveal is less than a month away but, truth be told, there is almost nothing we don’t know about it at this point except for one thing, which is the price. Thanks to some perhaps too helpful sources in Poland, we might have an estimate on that as well. But more than just the price, we’re also being teased with a color combination that leaves us scratching our head as well.

Compared to the Galaxy S series, the Galaxy Note line has traditionally been more expensive. That’s most likely thanks to the presence of a Wacom digitizer, the S Pen, and often higher specs than the S flagship. This year is going to be no different but Samsung might be asking for too high a price this time.

According to Polish site Spider’s Web, the Galaxy Note 9’s full price in that market will be 4,299 PLN, that’s roughly $1,160. Granted, that’s for one with 128 GB of storage, but considering the Galaxy Note 8 with the same configuration was just around $900, that’s still a pretty big price hike.

And then there’s the leaked poster for the Galaxy Note 9 event, courtesy of @Ice universe. With the tagline “The new super powerful Note”, the image reveals a blue Galaxy Note 9 with a gold S Pen. The gold stylus was already teased officially but it was definitely not expected to be paired with a non-gold phone.

There are a couple of colors expected for the Galaxy Note 9, including a new brown. None of them has a gold back to match this S Pen.
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Now LG presenting the features of the new LG device, the Koreans have already announced the availability and prices of the LG Q7 ThinQ in different countries with which they complete the Q Series of its mid-range.

Certification of water resistance, advanced fingerprint sensor, Portrait mode in a 13MP camera, artificial intelligence and surround sound that promise that makes it unique in its range, all at an affordable price for anyone looking for a modern phone, with travel and benefits, without having to end savings.

Update: The LG Q7 is now available to buy in different countries for 349 euros. It can be found in establishments such as Fnac or Carrefour.

Innovations And The Highest Quality Sound For 349 Euros:

With dates similar to the launch of his older brother, the LG G7, the successor of the LG Q6 and new flagship of the mid-range will arrive in mid-June for a price of 349 euros. This is a jump compared to the 179 euros of Q6, but it is also accompanied by several technical advances that justify the price increase.

The LG Q7 comes with a wide angle of 90 degrees in the front and, for the first time in the Q series, Portrait Mode with its 13MP in the rear sensor that allows you to play with the Bokeh effect, which must be added HDR , Night Plus Mode and artificial intelligence , which arrives with its QLens object recognition system in what is its first entry into the mid-range. All powered by a battery of 3,300 mAh and Quick Charge, technology with which they promise to reach half the load in half an hour.
Especially noteworthy is its sound section which incorporates surround sound thanks to DTS: X technology and 3D virtual audio that reaches 7.1 channels and allows the most immersive experience possible if accompanied by compatible headphones. In addition, the metallic body and design of the 2.5D Arc Glass screen are complemented by an IP68 water and dust proof certification.

The fingerprint sensor of the LG Q7 is "advanced" and with it, the Koreans want to emphasize that their possibilities go beyond the unlocking of the terminal. From the fingerprint reader, it is also possible to turn on the camera, make screenshots and control the notification bar.

The Q7 model that arrives in Spanish territory is the most modest, with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM, and without official announcement of the landing of its carbon copy with better processor , the LG Q7a with Snapdragon 450, or the upper version of the terminal , the LG Q7 +, with 4GB of RAM and double the storage on disk, with 64GB. The LG Q7 is available in three colors: black, blue and violet.

The technical characteristics of the LG Q7 ThinQ

SCREEN........... 5.5 "18: 9 FullHD +

PROCESSOR...........Octacore at 1.5GHz / 1.8GHz

RAM...........3/4 GB

STORAGE...........32/64 GB + microSD

BATTERY...........3,000 mAh

CAMERAS...........Rear: 13 / 16MP, Front PDAF: 5MP wide-angle / 8MP

SOFTWARE...........Android 8.1 Oreo

DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT...........143.8 x 69.3 x 8.4mm 145 g


Rear fingerprint reader, USB type C, QLens, Google assistant, face recognition, FM radio, Smart Rear Key, HiFi Quad DAC, IP68 resistance
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If you’re not that much of a tech savvy person, you might be pondering whether you should bother buying a tablet when you have a smartphone even though, deep down you do feel that an iPad or tablet might be a better solution for particular situations, such as when you need a big screen but do not wish to carry your laptop and charger with you.

Another reason could be because of your busy lifestyle, perhaps you’re always on the go, travelling from town to town, spending a few hours a day on the train, or you’re always going to business meetings and need to carry notes with you wherever you go.
You understand that some of the most obvious benefits of having a tablet or iPad are flexibility and portability , but you might still not be able to understand how significant these factors are unless you put them into context and look at examples of how you would be using your iPad or tablet on a day-to-day basis.

In this article, we’re going to mention just 4 things that you can do better with an iPad or tablet that will hopefully shed a better light on the dilemma, and help you arrive at a conclusion.

(P.S. For lack of a better word, and in order not to cause confusion, I will refer to both tablets and iPads in this article as tablets, even though they are essentially not the same).

Read Better and Reduce Eye-Strain:

I’ve tried reading eBooks and articles on my phone countless times and trust me, it is a bad idea. The eye-strain is real, sister! Apart from instantly getting a headache from trying to read endless lines of text (since the screen is smaller, short paragraphs become mini-epics), it is so distracting getting calls or messages that will take a quarter of your screen just to show up on your phone to alert you.

With tablets, these problems are greatly reduced. I won’t say, they will completely vanish, because they won’t. We know reading off a screen can be harmful especially if we do it for long hours on end, whether it’s on a laptop, mobile or tablet. However, what I’m saying is that you would be doing yourself a great favor if you opted to read on tablets rather than phones. If you must read something on a screen, the bigger the better. Plus, you can also reduce the impact by modifying the screen settings such as adjusting the brightness.

Once again, I’m not saying that kindles or e-books should, or could ever, replace paperback books, because I am a firm believer that flipping through the pages of a book is an irreplaceable experience, but, if you have to read things like academic papers or news articles, a tablet can be pretty handy. I remember during my University years, there was no way I could afford buying all the books the lecturers suggested, and sometimes we’d only have to read chapters of them.

Yes, I could have gone to the library, which I did thank you very much, but because I’d have to photocopy important pages since I’d have to return the books in a few weeks’ time, I sometimes preferred purchasing eBooks instead at a cheaper price. It was more convenient, and it meant producing less waste.

Enhance Your Gaming Experience:

The first thing that comes to mind about games, is that they take up a lot of space on your phone. As soon as I download one or two new apps, my phone starts screaming that it’s almost full and that I need to delete data in order to access files like photos or videos. Needless to say, this is extremely annoying and inconvenient. On the tablet, however, the majority of the apps on my tablet are games – because fundamentally I don’t really use the tablet as much as my phone in general, even to take photos, so my tablet is like my little entertainment hub where I keep all my games, music and movies or TV series.

The second thing that comes to mind is playing games on smartphones lacks immersion since the screen is so small. This is why I prefer to play my all sorts of games on my iPad instead of my phone, in some cases where I would be limiting my selection, I don’t even download apps but play online instead. For example I prefer playing online slots than downloading casino apps because there’s obviously a much wider selection available online.

Last but not least is the battery life. Just like with the whole storage problem, when it comes to battery longevity, mobile phones suck really bad. Not only do tablets have a longer battery life, but most people would much rather drain their tablet battery than their phone battery, especially if they do not have a charger on them or do not have access to a wall socket to plug in their chargers. Trust me, nobody’s willing to end up with a dead phone, we just can’t function without it for some reason and it just drives us nuts.

Fit in an Hour’s Work:

So you’re out or at home and need to check your emails or update an excel sheet, or you’re out and you need to hold a quick skype call for an emergency meeting – a 3″ phone screen isn’t exactly the best choice. A laptop would probably be the best candidate for this, but in certain cases, this is not always practical, especially if you’ve gone out for a quick coffee, or you’re in a rush to go somewhere.

With the tablet, you can do most tasks easily, and the best part is that, if your time’s up, you can just save, close and carry it with you wherever you go so that the first chance you get, you can sit down and continue. You can even buy a small Bluetooth keyboard for your iPad or tablet if you find it difficult to type on the touchscreen. We promise you, it’s very convenient and you won’t even know it’s there, it’s slim and as light as a feather, and can fit easily in small handbags or backpacks.

Watch the Latest Episodes on The Go
I absolutely LOVE this one! First off, I love watching episodes on my tablet more than I do on my laptop even! The laptop’s just too big and inconvenient sometimes, I just want to carry my tablet around and be able to continue where I left off without a problem.

You can watch an episode while waiting at the dentist’s or while travelling on the train – you can even watch a quick episode before your friend comes to pick you up without having to switch on your laptop or desktop. Heck, you could even make a date out of it!

I’ve done it before, and I still do. I just prepare a picnic basket and lie down on the grass and watch a movie, or if it is during the colder months, you can make some hot cocoa, grab some snacks, drive up next to the beach and sit comfortably and cozied up in the car alone or with your significant other.


That concludes our list! We hope we’ve given you a better understanding of the benefits that come with having an iPad or tablet! Let us know if you have any questions or ideas in the comments below. See you on the next one!
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Finally, the long time waited Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be unveiled today by noon time in Las Vegas. There are many leaks and rumors about the smartphone but till today most rumors are to be confirmed yet, so let's keep calm as we Welcome the Samsung's new Note series "the Galaxy Note 9".

On the other hand, it's the leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S10 which will be launched next year February in an MWC event as tradition demands and already, we have many to rumors floating around its lineup. Based on the new report, the entry-level Galaxy S10 will feature a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

However, the expensive Galaxy S10 and S10+ will feature on-screen fingerprint scanner which is also known as "FOD". The Galaxy S10+ will have a triple camera lens setup at the back. It also mentions that these three devices are said to be codenamed “Beyond 1” for the standard S10, “Beyond 2” for the S10+, and “Beyond 0” for this entry-level device.
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Apparently, this decision was made in an effort to reduce costs of the device. The on-display fingerprint scanner is more expensive than regular capacitive ones, $15 compared to $2, according to the provided info. Whereas another report states that the on-display fingerprint scanner technology will come from Qualcomm, something we’ve yet to see on a mass-market device.
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Instagram Conducting Tests For Instagram Lite
Instagram has garnered over a billion users worldwide, this is quite impressive. The best way to get more users is to target unconnected countries. This will attract more users.

The company is looking to get more customers from emerging markets, and that’s why Instagram quietly launched Instagram Lite on Android.

Instagram is testing a new version of Instagram for Android that takes up less space on your device, uses less data, and starts faster. The Instagram Lite app measures just 573KB, which is only 1/55th the size of the full Instagram app for Android.

Because Instagram Lite is so small, its users will not have to worry about added costs, or having to delete other apps to install the main Instagram application. But, for Instagram, these aren’t reasons to stop people from enjoying the photo-sharing service in emerging markets.

The idea behind Lite apps is that users will likely rely on older hardware with less storage than the latest Android phones out there. Furthermore, smartphone owners in emerging market may pay more for mobile internet, and mobile networks might be slower than what most people are used to. The original app consumes a lot of data bundles.

The app began testing in Mexico. It might not be available in some countries. The app will expand to more countries later on this year, the app is currently for posting and viewing stories of friends.

Instagram is slowly becoming Facebook's new way of appealing to the masses and attracting more users worldwide.