Finally found a replacement. I used to use USSD checker, but that stopped working. Since then, I've had to manually check my airtime and data balances instead of that convenient widget I had. This app looks like a worthy replacement, though it needs many more features for it to be truly useful.
please fix, when there's "MB" after the digit in the ussd message it shouldn't be shown as balance. for example, I received a ussd message telling my Internet balance is 26MB and app changed my balance to 26 €. thanks in advance and for your good app.
Nikolay Missing accounting for multiple values. My provider have 3 different balances for money and 2 balances for internet traffic.Besides that there is minutes/sms/mms. Some of them can be requested through one USSD and other through other one. Also when I switched from one numeric value in USSD to another it recorded it as a balance change each time I switch back and forth through there was only one USSD. I believe last record should be updated rather than new record added. Though I understand that you can't rely on USSD having the same format (order of numbers in it) between messages it might be useful to allow user to record multiple records from a single update. You always can check that rest of of text (non-number and non-date) wasn't changed and if it was just ask user to re-map new fields to old ones.
Nice but partly non functional This used to work really well on Android 6. But it now fails to retrieve the balance details on android 7.1.1. Would be awesome to get this fixed.
Needs suppory for more than one code. Works well, but supports just one code. I'd like to be able to add different accounts, like my main balance, internet balance, both separately.
some bug i uninstalled this app after a day using it. Despite nice and friendly UI, great benefit, I can not change language input when turn this app on. I use note 2 and kitkat. Please fix this and I am going to install this again, I really want to use this app. Thanks
New operators, small fixes
Requests in USSD mode (like *100#) on Android 4.1+
Transparent navigation bar on KitKat