Mobile data management is an issue faced in every country and overcoming it can be tricky. Thus an app like Triangle to track and manage mobile data balance is of great use. Although smartphones these days offer inbuilt support for tracking and limiting mobile data expenditure, Google Triangle is said to ease the process with everything brought together under one app. Google Triangle App lets you block individual app from chewing up unnecessary mobile data.
The Triangle app sees your current data usage, looks at your data cap, checks data balance, and uses a feature called Data Saver to block unwanted data usage. In addition to individually blocking apps from using data, it even lets you set a time frame within which the apps can use data (10 to 30 minutes), after which they go back to not using any data.
Users can do things like view your data balance, see which apps are accounting for the most data usage and even block individual applications from using your mobile data, among other things.They will be able to have more control over individual apps. Users can even customize how long you will allow each app to use data, anytime from 10 minutes, 30 minutes, or “Always”.
It also allows Globe and Smart prepaid users to download and try new apps without risk of running out of data, and get extra data by using apps you have and love. This is obviously available for only select apps like Waze and Mobile Legends for now, and the extra data isn’t too much. For example, screenshots show about 10MB to 15MB of data rewards, and while that isn’t too much, you get what you take when you’re a prepaid customer.
When asked, a company rep only offered the following statement: “We’re currently doing tests in the Philippines on ways to help users better manage their mobile data. We have nothing further to announce at this time.The app also promises to give 100MB data as welcome gift to Philippine users after completing registration. “Get the most out of your mobile data pack. Triangle is a new app being tried out in the Philippines that helps you better manage your data usage and block unwanted background data,” the Triangle app listing reads.
As mentioned, the app is being tested for now, but it will hopefully be released to a wider audience soon, with support for more networks. If you’re in the Philippines, download the app from Google Play Store, and if you live in other regions, you could try the APK Mirror, and let us know what features work in your region in the comments below.