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How to Manage Your Mobile Data to Serve You For A Longer Time

Data subscribers often complain that their mobile data disappears in the blink of an eye without downloading anything...you want to know.

In fact, Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, YouTube, Snapchat, and Twitter are all data-intensive, so you can control this through the app’s settings. 

How to manage your data to make it last longer. 

#. Disable Facebook autoplay: Facebook options icon (three horizontal bars in the upper right corner). 

Click Application Settings (in Help and Settings). 

Click to play automatically. Choose to never automatically play the video. 

You can also activate the "Save data" option. Navigate to the options icon,Then go to settings and privacy. 

Select "Data Storage" to enable data storage. 

#. WhatsApp-Disable automatic downloading: Go to the settings in the WhatsApp application. 

Click Data usage and storage. Select the automatic media download option. 

Mobile data". You can also enable low data usage for WhatsApp calls. 

#. Instagram-use less data:Go to your Snapchat settings. 

In the Additional Services section, click Manage. Activate "Travel Mode"

#. Twitter-Disable autoplay: go to your Twitter profile icon. Click Settings and Privacy.

Choose data usage. Set up autoplay video in Never

#. Snapchat: Go to Snapchat settings. 

Click on “Manage” under “Additional Services”

Tick the “Travel Mode” box

#. YouTube-Restrict mobile data usage: Open the YouTube app. 

Click the profile icon in the upper right corner. Select "Settings" and press "General" to activate "Turn on “Limit Mobile Data Usage”

#. "Playstore"-update the application via WiFi only: Go to the Google Play Store. Click "Menu" and go to "Settings". Click "Update applications automatically." 

Choose to automatically update apps via Wi-Fi only. You can also choose "Do not update apps automatically". One final important 

Note: You should consider downloading Lite Social. Conversely, multimedia applications...can also help.

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