• Google kills off its mobile data saving app, removes it from the Play Store

    1 month ago - By Phone Arena

    It's been two years since Google launched Datally, an Android app that lets people save data, but it looks like the Mountain View company wasn't content with its performance. If you still have Datally installed on your phone, you can continue to use it, but the app is no longer available for download via the Google Play Store.
    Google has yet to confirm the move, but AndroidPolice was recently tipped about the missing app. One other interesting thing about Datally is that the app now informs users that it's not compatible with Android 10, so if you plan to update to the new version of the ...
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  • Google's mobile data-saving app Datally removed from the Play Store

    Google's mobile data-saving app Datally removed from the Play Store

    1 month ago - By 9to5Google

    It appears that yet another Google app might have bitten the dust, this time mobile data-saving app Datally.
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  • Apple reminds developers of planned App Store Connect downtime October 20th

    Apple reminds developers of planned App Store Connect downtime October 20th

    1 month ago - By iMore

    It could be down for up to 8 hours
    What you need to know
    Apple has issued a reminder to developers of planned App Store Connect downtine October 20.
    Will run from 6:00am PT for up to 8 hours.
    App Store Connect on the web, the App Store Connect app, the App Store Connect API, and the Developer ID notary service will all be unavailable.
    Apple has issued a reminder to developers that App Store Connect will be down for scheduled maintenance on October 20. The downtime will run from 6:00am PT and could last for up to 8 hours, during that time several developer tools will be unavailable...
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  • These 15 Google Play Store apps need to be deleted now - if you can

    These 15 Google Play Store apps need to be deleted now - if you can

    1 month ago - By Phone Arena

    Once again, we need to pound the table on something that we have been adamant about for some time. Before you install any app from an unknown developer on your phone, check the comment section. In almost every article that we have written about malware-laden apps, you would have seen major red flag warnings from those unlucky souls who previously installed these titles.
    The icons associated with these apps disappear from the launcher making them nearly impossible to uninstall
    What brings this up is a report from British security firm Sophos about ...
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