After running this app this for years, on 5 plus devices. I'm going to stop using it. It offers little value, No suggestions like Carat. Only good thing is its call and data usage counters which can help you in choosing data or call plans.
Beware,might be fraudulent. This Fak...! appl. drained my fully charged battery during night by sucking-up probably the whole phone including a 10 gig. Sd card. A bizarre way of collecting info on behalf of Cambridge university!!! What a joke!!!
Great app to help the research community! I love this app. It has no noticeable effect on my battery account, provides useful information and seems to be a genuinely useful thing for the research community to have access to.
This app drains my battery Although I understand that to log the device state the app needs to use the CPU and this consumes battery, this app represents 5% of my battery consumption. I really do not know exactly why this app requiere such amounts of energye, but I think that the gathered data is not representative because it is affected by the software. Having some Android development experience, I believe that the this app should sacrifice amount of data gathered to increase data accuracy, i.e, gather less data for the sake of consuming less battery.
Not compatible with Marsmallow: experiencing random device reboots. Also, within the settings I can see the gathered data never gets uploaded (even when I try to force it.)
Keeps pausing Nice app but it's started pausing randomly and I can't keep track of my data usage accurately anymore.
1.2.3 is an important bugfix release:
- FIXES CRASH FROM 1.2.2 UPDATE, sorry!
- fewer crashes and hangs on some affected devices
- better (built-in) error reporting
- more accurate logging of device and kernel versions
1.2 is a major update with many improvements for all devices!
- per-app data traffic!
- lower power drain
- reduced disk use
- faster uploads
- fixed many bugs and crashes
This update requires READ CALL LOG permission on Jelly Bean to find unanswered outgoing calls
Bluetooth RSSI App can give an indication about the level of the Bluetooth power