Doesn't work On my SII and Xoom it's a great simple little app that does what it says on the tin. But on my S4 it just sticks at loading. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling, rebooting etc but it makes no difference. It gets five stars on my other devices but I would give it 0 on the S4 if I could.
Accurate, but uses 25% battery Doesn't use high cpu like other bandwidth monitors. I have used a few bandwidth monitors over the years, netcounter was my first, and I've had it installed since my g1 days. It lacks detailed info or a pretty interface, so I tried it's competitors over the last year. I ended up eventually un installing them all, and am back to Only netcounter. It never used noticeable cpu, whereas the most popular competitors frequently draw high cpu. It doesn't affec
There is no Cell/Data Counter I dont know why, but there is no Data/Cell counter on this last version. I had it before on my htc and was perfect there was wifi and Cell counters and worked perfectly fór me. But, no on my new xiaomi Remi Note 3 i recognize this bug. If you repair it i would like to use this useful app. Tnx
Lightweight, simple, awesome. I love it. Use it for my HTC Hero. I am on prepaid with limited 3G data and this app works perfect to monitor that. The only gripe I've found is that when I set up a usage alarm, it wont go off unless I open the app again. Like there is a background process running that does the monitoring, but that wont trigger the alarm. For example, if I set a cap of 10MB for each day, it wont tell me I have gone over until I open the app to check, then a icon will pop up on the status bar. Would like to see this fixed?
HTC Desire, had this app since May '10. Kept accurate count. V useful for tracking usage. Updates have been fab too eg customizable counters. Awesome.
Looked good, but drew battery Occasionally drew battery heavily. Android said “has been running for x minutes straight“, if I want to close it. And that was today, in flightmode, no other apps actively running - and through daytime drew all of the phones battery, which was full in the morning.