SPB Wireless Monitor for Android

March 6, 2011, By Christian Cawley

If you’re concerned with just what your Android is doing whule connected to the web (which these days can be pretty much 24/7) then you might be interested in a data traffic app that measures traffic across all connections. With tools for calculating network usage costs based on your current data plan thrown in, you’re onto a winner.

SPB Wireless Monitor for Android

Which seems to be exactly what SPB Software are offering as the leading mobile software developer expands its presence on Android with the release of SPB Wireless Monitor.

Particularly useful for measuring the costs of roaming, SPB Wireless Monitor allows you to calculate how much money you spend on the Internet and determine which applications are consuming the most data – and most of your money.

Ideal for preventing unwanted mobile service charges and giving subscribers control over their mobile data spending, SPB Wireless Monitor measures data traffic and calculates network charges according to the currently used tariff; it can also be configured to sends warnings of costly data usage and report the specific data traffic each application generates – particularly useful if you regularly play online games with your phone.

Supporting various types of connection such as CDMA, GPRS, 3G, and Wi-Fi SPB Wireless Monitor also provides users with the report on traffic per application allowing them to track the applications that are the most data consuming, an comes with a home screen widget to provide fast access to the data traffic information.

SPB Wireless Monitor is compatible with Android 2.1 and higher and is available now for $9.95 from the Android Market.

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