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Having racked up more than 10 million downloads and 4 million revenue on the very first day of the launch, “Super Mario Run” has set out for an incredible success. As soon as the exciting game hit the App Store, I didn't fail to take it for a long run; amassing a lot of coins thanks to some pro tips.

Till now, I have been having an amazing time with Mario Run. Though rapid battery drain on my iPhone while playing the game, an unexpected crashing of the app did halt my smooth-sailing for a while, I was able to fix the issues without breaking any sweat.

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How to Save Mobile Data on iPhone While Playing Super Mario Run

Whenever I'm not connected to Wi-Fi, I play Mario Run using mobile/cellular data. Thanks to some finest tips, I don't let the data consumption on my iPhone go haywire. If you also play this all new game on your iOS device using data, check out these best tips and tricks to prevent it from eating a lot of data.

How to Fix Super Mario Run from Consuming a Lot of Data on iPhone and iPad

Solution #1: Always Force Quit the Game App When you are Not Using It

Once you have played the game, make sure to force quit it. It's one of the simplest tricks to prevent any app from eating into data. To do so, just double press the Home button of your iPhone, then swipe up the app card to close it.

Solution #2: Lower Rendering and Graphics Settings

Mario Run allows you to lower rendering and graphics settings to let you save battery on your device. Keeping the rendering and graphics settings to low position can be good for the health of your cellular data as well.

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Solution #3. Turn Off Notifications from the App

Disable notifications from the game app. The random alerts might be causing trouble for the data.

Open Settings app → Notifications → Mario Run → Turn off the switch next to Allow Notifications.

Tap on Settings Then Notifications on iPhoneTap on Mario Run in Notifications Settings on iPhoneTurn Off Super Mario Run Notifications on iPhone

Solution #4: Disable Wi-Fi Assist

Wi-Fi Assist is a very handy feature which allows your iPhone to use cellular data automatically when Wi-Fi connectivity is poor. Though it's perfect for user-experience, it would be better to turn it off to reign in the cellular data consumption.

Launch Settings app → Cellular → Turn off Wi-Fi Assist.

Tap on Settings then Cellular on iPhoneTurn Off Wi-Fi Assist on iPhone

Solution #5: Turn Off Cellular Data for Mario Run

When you are not playing the game, disable the cellular data for Mario Run.

Open Settings app → Cellular → Mario Run.

Solution #6: Disable Background App Refresh

Even when you don't use any app, it keeps running in the background to remain live and kicking all the time. Turning off the background app refresh of this app can be a game changer.

Settings app → General → Background App Refresh.

Tap on Settings Then General on iPhone 7Tap on Background App Refresh on iPhoneTurn Off background App Refresh for Super Mario Run on iPhone

Other Important Tips

Use Data Compressor App: If you are concerned about the fast data consumption on your iPhone, it would be better to use a smart data compressor app like Data Compress.

Make the Best Use of Public Wi-Fi Hotspots: Whenever you have access to any public Wi-Fi hotspots, you should switch over it. In order to have more security, use a very useful VPN app like VPN by NordVPN.

There will be so many other features like Location Services and power-hungry apps that may be making life difficult for your iPhone. Jump over to this complete guide to take perfect control of the data consumption on your iOS device.

That's it!

I hope these tips are able to help you in saving the data on your device.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya is our editor-in-chief and reviewer who takes care of iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate for wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.