But now I found GPSLogger. It’s not a hassle-free program, as I need to export the .gpx/.kml files it creates into another website – GPS Visualizer or Everytrail are the ones I choose.
Here’s an example:
For a long, long time nobody thought (or cared) to make an app designed to count the Mb you use daily, weekly, monthly. For a while I used Mini Moni, which measures the band width rather than the consumption. Of course, it can’t tell you the Wi-Fi usage against the GSM or Roaming usage, which really kills the data counter purpose.
As you can see, I have 2 connections available (self explanatory) and a 3rd field for Roaming. On the left you can see the consumption and on the right you can see the limits I imposed. The setting can be adjusted with any data limit, as you can see in the lower screen-shot.
Another interesting section is the "Active applications" in which you can see the potential data consuming apps – it’s nice to have especially since it will signal you if any of the ones above starts consuming a lot of data.
The scheduling process is quite simple…after you get the hang of it doing it a few times because there are some steps you have to follow in order to have an effective program:
-open the menu and press "Make a Scheduler"
- choose a name, when to start (now, date or delay after this moment), recurrence [minute(s), hour(s), day(s)]
Link-uri: Flickr si clipurile (de foaaarte slaba calitate) filmate de mine cu telefonul: 1,2,3,4.
So what ´s new in this one? Fabian listened to us:
Yesterday I wanted to test the Bold´s battery for real – just another day at the office, uhmmm, I mean on the road using the phone as usual.
Battery at 100%.
7.30: RSS, Uber Twitter, 5 min FlyCast, news in the browser (usage time 45
In the background Uber
talk-time,20 mins browsing,constant twittering ( 10 minutes automatic refresh and maybe 5-10 tweets per hour) and the battery is at 3%.