Android phones: High consumption of data is often one of the recurrent headaches for users. We leave you our top 5 list of the best apps to save data so you can stretch rates a few more days.
Although in recent years the data rates offered by Spanish and Latin American companies have grown in capabilities that provide the user and have greatly cheapened, still fall far short if we use our smartphone similarly to we do when we are in a Wi-Fi network. We offer a list of practical leisure applications to save data in Android, that surely helps you to enjoy more from your smartphone without worry.
Top 5 essential apps in 2016:
Offline Reddit: Some time ago my colleague Javier Merchant provided a list of customers Reddit for Android, and while on that list are the best, there is one important detail: to all see how our remaining data rates drop considerably. Reddit Offline is the solution to that, as it allows us to download for later reading data without consuming all the threads of the subreddits you want, including comments and photos. It also includes a schedule for the times of day you want to download the betting community information, select the option that is still available to download only when we are in a Wi-fi network.
LoboWiki : LoboWiki is a client of Wikipedia designed to read articles without distractions and tidy and clean way. Other than that, its greatest virtue is that it leaves us gather items can select the language you want the item. Instead of opening the item, it caches Lobowski and saves it to the reading list. Thus, if we need to document ourselves on a particular topic or want to read many articles in a row will do without opening tabs nor do many searches in the browser, and of course, we will save data.
Amber: Amber is a feed reader that a few weeks ago we spent an entry. What makes it work is a brilliant tool that offers the minimalist aesthetic and contains all the classic options of an RSS reader. For example, compared to client official Feedly, includes the option to synchronise the news for offline reading, avoiding having to download each entry along with your pictures.
Pocket: The classic of classics. Known by all for his incredibly useful when saving links to check later and offer a clean and as LoboWiki reading without distraction, in my opinion also noted that the application that is longer can use without spending a mega therefore everything I do I synchronize with it in Wi-Fi, and later read your way through college or long waits. Essential.
Opera Max: Opera is an old acquaintance of users with the tight data rate, and in their mobile browsers integrated into time-saving modes, as did Google Chrome recently. Following that line, months ago launched Opera Max, an application designed exclusively to reduce data consumption at the system level, since compress photos, videos, and texts of many of the applications that we use on a day to day, and all without the user having to worry.