Serious performance issues I have running cpu analyzer app to see why my s5 is so slow and it detected that this app used 12% cpu constantly. Once I killed this process its like I'm having new phone.
Simple Can you make it simple and count all it don't count all nearly get pay more but save by message about my use it say just 1 gb but has past 2 gb
This is what app support should be. I just got a new phone (Moto X Pure edition) and since this app has served me well for many years, I put this on right away and then ignored it and waited for it to notify me of high usage. About a week later I noticed my WiFi and network usage were almost identical. WiFi usage was being reported as both WiFi and network usage. Frustrated, I sent an email to the developers at 1:12 AM... 32 minutes later I got a response with an analysis of my problem and a solution which fixed it. Great app, GREAT support.
Roaming doesn't work, and data can't be auto disabled (without root) This app used to be an easy 5 stars. But over the past few months things have changed dramatically; I traveled lately, and 3G Watchdog was unable to count my data while roaming. Also, it's interesting that the dev claims Lollipop removes the ability to auto disable data, considering Llama is still able to do it on Lollipop. So I don't buy the explanation, to be honest.
Been a long time user Hi I've been a long time user of your app and love it... Although i have just joined a plan which gives me 1gb free every Sunday on top on my data plan. I can see options to exclude weekends but on a 24 hour block. Can I please request this feature...
woooooow The paid one is so much better than standard app. Well worth the money.
* Stability fixes.
* REMINDER: 3GW includes an optional workaround (ROOTED devices only) to get the mobile network DISABLING feature to work again on LOLLIPOP+ although Google made the function inaccessible to 3rd party apps - Not tested on all devices, please report at email@example.com if it doesn't work for you!
==> See: http://3gwatchdog.fr/the-dogs-blog/230-pro-1-26-1