Google brings Data Saver to Android TV, starting with Xiaomi’s Mi TV

But home Wi-Fi is still not as prevalent as cellular data, with users instead connecting their TVs to the internet via mobile hotspot. Data Saver on Android TVs lets you monitor data usage and set limits on data consumption. Google’s Data Saver feature sees a lot of usage in India, and the search giant is now bringing the feature to Android TVs. It’s rolling out in India first, with global availability slated for later in the year. Google is now rolling out the Data Saver feature so that these users can reduce data usage, get alerts on data consumption, and make it easier to connect your TV to the internet over a mobile… What you need to know

With Data Saver on Android TVs, customers connecting via mobile hotspot will be able to better monitor data usage. With the likes of Xiaomi and several other budget players launching affordable TVs based on Android TV, the platform has seen a surge in usage in the country. The feature automatically adjusts video quality to extend watch time.