In the era of technology literate smartphone, the use of social media as has become an important thing in living activities.
To use it, users need mobile data with a certain number of internet quota.
But apparently, some of the apps we use while using smartphones seem to make internet quota wasteful and run out quickly.
4 major apps are considered to cause wasteful quota.
Based on the latest research conducted by the Opera Max team of millions of users, approximately 30% of data is used by apps running in the background, but not in use.
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For example, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Gmail, to unused Instagram but works behind the scenes.
This is based on an anonymous statistical aggregate results among Opera Max users. Mean while, 73% of the quota is sucked from Facebook Messenger and Gmail, whether used or not opened.
Google Drive and WhatsApp show 50% of usage in the background. Although considered trivial, the use of applications in the background can be a serious problem.
The use of data on the back screen it seems to be internet traffic, when users do not really use the application.
It usually works like email syncing, ad retrieval, or news articles.
Sergey Lossev, a Product Manager at Opera Software, says most applications are built to deliver exceptional user experience, not to save data. "It turns out that we've thrown out about 3 $ of the 10 $ cellular data packets for this." He said Sergey
So are the 4 main app friends who waste your internet quota, if the app feels wasted what's wrong with temporary shut downs when not needed. May be useful...
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