Simple Usage Monitor is a useful tool to help you easily monitor how many minutes, messages and megabytes of data you use each month. Simply plug in your monthly allowances and your contract billing date and Simple Usage Monitor will do the rest.
Personalise your homescreen with one of the five tidy widgets, which look the part on any homescreen.
Set your billing date and Simple Usage Monitor will reset your allowances on that day, every month.
It only takes two minutes to set up, and then Simple Usage Monitor has what it needs to keep you permanently in control of your phone bills.
Similar to 3G Watchdog, PhoneUsage and Onavo, but with the added benefit of being much easier to set up and much clearer to see the raw information you care about.
I have had reports that some Samsung Galaxy S and SII users are receiving inaccurate results for their Data Used value. This is due to the system deleting the value which Simple Usage Monitor reads from, seemingly whenever it wants to. It appears that this is a problem with Gingerbread and Honeycomb and should work when the user can upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0.3). Other data monitoring apps also suffer from this problem.
If you like this app and want to support the developer, please download Simple Usage Monitor Pro, which comes with these additional features:
- Notifications when approaching and reaching limits
- More information:
- Minutes Used per contact/by date
- Messages Used per contact/by date
- Data Used by date
- Widget updates automatically
- Widget displays the number of days until your next billing date
Download link - https://market.android.com/details?id=com.mattsharris.simpleusagemonitorpro
Don't like it? Problems? Bugs? Please email me at [email protected]
rather than leaving a negative review. It's impossible for me to fix your problem if I don't know what it is.
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Version 1.26 - 20/04/12
- Fixed bug which caused a crash when the phone booted up