Getting better, still room for improvement Thx for the updates. Can you make it distinguish between Wi-Fi and data and make a 30 day stats? Am using it together with Greenify, great combination for reducing data usage
Excellent, simple yet so effective. Kudos to you yet again. Low on resources & does exactly as claimed. The real time monitoring of data rate/usage on a per app basis I've found very useful & insightful. Mobile ~ Wi-Fi (or both), this reveals the background data Tx/Rx use & rate. It can be at times surprisingly high from some inconspicuous apps. I can then select them, if necessary, to be Greenified & cut off the wakeup paths/hooks triggering the data Tx/Rx. Thank you.
Does not work correctly on 4.1.1 This does not work on my device "Click the notification to reset the traffic statistics (on Android pre-4.1) or additional actions on notification for quick reset and settings (on Android 4.1+)." It works correctly on 4.1.2 but on 4.1.1 devices it neither resets the counter (pre 4.1 functionality nor does it show the expanded notification view (post 4.1 functionality). It is kind of stick in limbo. Please update and I would update the review and rating as well. Overall a use full app. Test Devices: Motorola Atrix HD @4.1.1 LG Optimus G @4.1.2 Tested version 2.21
It shows ?? after a large data has been used up. It shows the data in Kbps which is a good thing to track the data usage... But once a large data been used up it shows ??... From that point it is impossible to track. Please fix it... If the limit of Kbps usage to be shown is used up and hence ?? are being shown symbolically... I would suggest to show the further usage in Kbps/Mbps but data used in Mbps...
Great app How did I miss this all these days? The only flaw is, the reset button appears only if there are no other notifications running, even though there's plenty of space left downwards. Please fix this.
Pretty good to monitor networking apps I've always been looking for an app that can tell me if an app is "doing some networking" and this app does just that. I love it. The only thing I would like is to completely hide the notification icon but still view the notification widget anytime I want.
* Fixed per-app stats in Android 4.3.
* Fixed a rare crash reported by users.
* Minor improvements.
* No longer need "package update" receiver on Android 3.1+, for slightly improved device experience.