In the new era of technology everybody is online non stop. If you have a smartphone and you use your internet features, you must have an unlimited plan or you will have a huge bill. So what can you do to use the right quantity of data as you won’t have a big bill to pay?
You should do all your Google Play updates when you are connected to a Wi-Fi connection. You can set it up as by entering Google Play and then specify when you want Google to make all your updates. It’s a good setting to use, as the data usage will shorter.
Another way is to configure the app from it’s own settings. So, at apps such as Google+ and Dropbox you can set them up as to make backups when you are connected to a Wi-Fi network.
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Apps as Netflix, online radios or Youtube can be customized to not stream until you are connected to a Wi-Fi. Want to watch what’s doing Charlie Sheen in the Anger Management episode> Wait until you get to a Wi-Fi.
To reduce data usage on apps as Google Maps or Spotify, you can save information to view it later offline. So you can save albums or songs to listen them later on or you can save a map for further usage.
Google Account is very useful for those that use Gmail or other Google features. The thing is that you must specify what you want Google to sync from all it’s features, as to not spend a lot of data for nothing. In the settings menu from your handset you can choose what settings do you want.
The last tip is to use a browser such as Google Chrome or Opera that compresses data before transmitting it.
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