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Keep Up With Your Data Usage – Network Counter For Android
It looks like the IT professionals in our community have been getting gifts all week, courtesy of our devs. There have been a few network tools released lately that are good tools if your job involves having to ensure the proper functionality of a network. In the case of this new app created by XDA member mapeapps, not only will IT people benefit from this but regular users as well because the app will allow you to keep tabs data usage for Android devices whether it is via Wifi or via cellular data. The app offers a wide range of functionality including data monitoring, alarms, network statistics for running apps, and more. Several of these features are of great interest, particularly to people who are concerned about apps accessing the web by themselves or by the causal user who tethers data from their phone while on a limited data plan. For the later, an alarm can be set when you reach a certain amount of data transferred, so that you don’t incur in overage fees and charges.
Please leave some feedback for the dev to try and add more functionality to this app.
Network Counter is Android (2.2+) application for monitoring of network traffic.
- Displays data usage statistics for Wi-Fi and Cell / Mobile networks.
- Possibility to setup an alarm for cell data usage.
- Network statistics for currently active (running) applications.
- *NEW* Ability to backup and restore of data usage database.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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