Our lives are becoming more connected, users are using more and more apps on their Android devices which demand more data. To sort out this issue, Google had begun testing a new app which goes by the name ‘Triangle’. Triangle app acts as a ‘Data Saver’.
Google’s New Triangle App Will Help You Earn And Save Mobile Data
There are few countries around the world, where users don’t need to worry about the mobile data consumption because of unlimited tariffs. However, there are countries where users still get limited data packages and have to manage mobile data efficiently.
Our lives are becoming more connected, users are using more and more apps on their Android devices which demand more data. To sort out this issue, Google had begun testing a new app which goes by the name ‘Triangle’
The Triangle app from Google is in beta phase and currently being tested in the Philippines. This app acts as a data saver and it can block apps that are consuming mobile data and let users earn bonus data.
Google says “Triangle is a new app being tried out in the Philippines that helps you better manage your data usage and block unwanted background data,”
Triangle app lets users see how much data they have left, see what apps are using that data and also let users restrict data usage on a per-app basis. Users can also set up a time limit for any specific app to use mobile data.
As we already said that this app is in beta phase and currently being tested in the Philippines, the app allows users to score bits of data as a reward for trying out apps. The reward system is being tested with Smart and Globe prepaid users in the Philippines where users are rewarded for using the apps that are recommended by Google.
Triangle app is not the only attempt from Google to manage data usage. Google has announced a Data saver mode in its Chrome browser that can save up to 70% of your mobile data while browsing. Users can enable it in Android by going through Settings>Data saver.
Google’s plans for triangle app is still unknown, but we should wait for some more time because it is still running in the beta phase. So, what do you think about this? Share your views in the comment box below.