DataMan Pro update: now you can know how much data they consume the individual app
Designed to allow iPhone users to avoid unwanted costs due to a data consumption too high, DataMan Pro provides a series of details than those offered by other similar app. And, with the new update now available on the App Store, you can also know how much data are “consumed” by individual app installed on your device.
Initially, the function AppWatch simply listed all the app accessed the data connection for a certain period of time. A useful tool, but not yet complete. Now, with version 5.2, DataMan Pro also includes traffic data used by each individual app.
The user can then easily verify if the audio streaming app that uses consumes too much data, as consumption requires download a photo from Facebook and so on. The information is divided among the data traffic consumed in 3 g and that consumed in Wi-Fi. DataMan Pro allows you to view this information in two different time intervals: one chosen by the user manual (e.g. 8: 00 15: 00 every day) and automatic (day, week, month, etc).
Be careful though: the new air traffic control system data included in this release of DataMan requires converting all registries already stored in memory. This could cause problems if the registry log is kept over a month old, so it is advisable to delete before updating the app (perhaps before deleting the log, you can export them using the appropriate function integrated into DataMan Pro).
Remember that this application is available on the App Store at a price of 99 cents.
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