Google Data Saver Feature To Be Added To Android TV
Google Data Saver Feature-During an event in New Delhi on Thursday, where the company is expected to make a number of announcements, Google said it has identified and addressed a problem faced by millions of users. Lots of people complain that their TVs are not connected to the internet through Wi-Fi or wired/ethernet line.
Google said on Tuesday it is bringing a set of new features to Android TVs and this will improve things for those that rely on mobile hotspots to connect their devices to the internet.
Google Will Introduce A Feature Called Data Saver
This feature will be used to address the data usage problems that people consume on a daily basis. Streaming content can melt away mobile data very fast. According to Google, this new feature rollout will help a little with this problem. The new feature will help reduce your mobile data connections by more than 3 times which will be a great saving for those on a bandwidth cap or those that want to consume more data for watching Live TV. Data Alerts will also be included and will help people to better monitor the traffic used.
Google confirmed that the first billion users to have the update would be in India, Other countries are set to have the updates as time follows. This will help people that rely on local networks hotspots created via cellphones and tablets. Streaming Your Favorite Movies and TV Shows and Live TV can drain your data cap very fast and you will soon drain those daily data plans.
Watch Offline Media On Your TV
Finally, users are able to watch offline media on their TV from their phone the company is making it easier now. New Apple AirPlay-like feature to the Files app in Android that will allow users to cast offline media to their TV without using the internet. A new beta feature for the files app so you will be able to use the new Cast feature on your Android phone to display photos, videos, etc. from your phone on your TV. Xiaomi TV India Users will have the first roll out of these features, the company plans to roll out globally is coming soon.