In the era of mobile technology where most of the time we use to stick to our smartphone for accessing social media accounts, sending messages or for sharing data like documents, photos and so on, it should be very important to know that while doing this you are consuming your data pack. When you search for something or while accessing websites you consume data, and if you are on limited data pack then it might be a problem for you.
Nowadays, almost all popular mobile browsers provide data compression technology in which they compress the data for you and then you delivers it on your device, the technology used by them are different as per the browser but you won’t be able to know the difference between actual data and compressed data, let see what some popular browser do for you.
UC Browser : – US Browser combines the advantage of WebKit kernel and cloud technology into its U3 kernel. It can compress data usage by more than 60%; the data compression rate for the picture is up to 30%. UC Browser also boasts of a Speed Mode- By detecting the type of internet connection you have, the device you are using, and what web page you are browsing, UC Browser fetches the most suitable version of the webpage for you. The UI of UC Browser is something which makes it more use and its best for downloading contents as it boost your download speed and you will be able to get things done more easily.
Chrome : – Google Chrome needs no introduction, if you use it on your desktop then it might be your first choice on the mobile device as well as all your passwords, history and bookmarks will be synchronized, latest Chrome browser for Android can reduce data usage by using proxy servers hosted at Google to optimize website content. Chrome provides data compression and bandwidth management feature so you can save data cost by up to 70%.
Opera and Opera Mini:- One of the oldest players in the market which is available for almost any device like Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and even for S40 or S60 devices, Opera Mini comes with a high and extreme-compression mode for bad to worse network quality. Opera will compress your data anywhere from 10% to 50% when you encounter congested networks. Opera also has a video compression feature so you can save on your mobile data and get faster videos in poor connection.