Cisco Data Meter

Cisco Data Meter


Cisco Data Meter allows you to easily monitor your mobile data usage, test cell and wi-fi connection speeds, and find nearby wi-fi hotspots.

- Find out which apps are using the most data
- Track current data usage and estimate usage over time
- Easy-to-understand views of daily and monthly data activities
- Integrated cell and wi-fi speed tests and wi-fi hotspot locator
- Supports Android smartphones and tablets

***** “Very nice interface, easy to use and track data usage.”
***** “Useful and looks great.”
***** “Great app! I highly recommend it.”

Features:
- Data usage monitoring for Android smartphones and tablets, from version 2.2 to 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and Nexus 7
- Test download, upload, and ping speeds for both wi-fi and cell connections
- Find nearby Google Places hotspots where other users have tested wi-fi speeds
- Visit the Cisco Data Meter website to view aggregated global and regional mobile data usage metrics (http://www.ciscovni.com/data-meter)
- Compare your data usage to other Data Meter users from around the world
- No continuous foreground service; the service only runs briefly on a connection state change so Data Meter consumes less battery life


Keywords: data counter, data monitor, data tracker, data manager, data traffic, smartphone usage, tablet usage, mobile Internet, network traffic

Recent changes:
- Fixed bug where too many bars would show on the Month to Date data usage
- Fixed bug where a single item with more than a Gigabyte of usage would display usage and usage percentage incorrectly
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3.9
User ratings
432
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
1
File size
3367 kb
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About Cisco Data Meter
Cisco Data Meter allows you to easily monitor your mobile data usage, test cell and wi-fi connection speeds, and find nearby wi-fi hotspots.

- Find out which apps are using the most data
- Track current data usage and estimate usage over time
- Easy-to-understand views of daily and monthly data activities
- Integrated cell and wi-fi speed tests and wi-fi hotspot locator
- Supports Android smartphones and tablets

***** “Very nice interface, easy to use and track data usage.”
***** “Useful and looks great.”
***** “Great app! I highly recommend it.”

Features:
- Data usage monitoring for Android smartphones and tablets, from version 2.2 to 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and Nexus 7
- Test download, upload, and ping speeds for both wi-fi and cell connections
- Find nearby Google Places hotspots where other users have tested wi-fi speeds
- Visit the Cisco Data Meter website to view aggregated global and regional mobile data usage metrics (http://www.ciscovni.com/data-meter)
- Compare your data usage to other Data Meter users from around the world
- No continuous foreground service; the service only runs briefly on a connection state change so Data Meter consumes less battery life


Keywords: data counter, data monitor, data tracker, data manager, data traffic, smartphone usage, tablet usage, mobile Internet, network traffic

Recent changes:
- Fixed bug where too many bars would show on the Month to Date data usage
- Fixed bug where a single item with more than a Gigabyte of usage would display usage and usage percentage incorrectly

User reviews of Cisco Data Meter
Excellent app, speed work, many features, meter speed, wi-fi/3G consumption.Recommend. Ottima app, fluida, consiglio, monitora consumo analizza velocità rete.
Sep 23, 2012
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 7, 2015
Very nice graphs, easy. I was on a Tracfone BYOD which although cheap only gives you 180MB per month. I thought I'd try it out knowing on my old phone on unlimited data I only used about 300MB per month not even being careful about data. I found I really needed a data monitoring tool like this Cisco Data Meter -- one day in the month Google Play Services decided to update itself or part of Android and consumed 700MB, not much on unlimited but on a 180MB plan that's it for my month. Luckily they just cut me off instead of adding on MB overage charges, so I guess it consumed the 180MB and then got stuck in a loop getting some fake webpage block that said "you're over your limit" or something. Well with Cisco telling me what did it I disabled Google Play Services until I got onto wifi at home. Cisco will even tell you what the average user can expect for a given app, e.g. MyFitnessPal uses 9MB/mon for the avg Cisco user (I used 15MB last month). One downside, the history goes invisible when the next month starts, but here's a trick, you can change the "set limit" menu to end on today and the app will still show you how much was consumed last month. This app can show Cell or WiFi data used.
A Google User
Jan 28, 2015
A few issues I have T Mobile and I get 2.5 Gb of high speed data (3g, 4g, 4g lte) and there's no option for 2.5 Gb, only 2 or 3. Also I get unlimited 2g so when I use it this usage is added and messes up the scale. I don't know if you can do anything about the latter, but it would be helpful.
A Google User
Nov 19, 2014
Excellent This app really works for me.
A Google User
Aug 23, 2014
Broken on S5 with Android 4.4.2 The data tracking by app appears to be working but the WiFi speeds tests don't work. The app is convinced that there isn't an Internet connection either via WiFi or cellular. And clearly that's not the case.
A Google User
Aug 15, 2014
Says no network Tried in WiFi and cell network and it says no connection