Data Counter App Keeps Track of Your Data Usage

By , Oct 1, 2010

Since AT&T recently started offering capped data plans for iPhone, those of you who were not grandfathered into the unlimited plan do have to pay attention to their 3G and Edge usage. While the iPhone does offer the ability to monitor your usage by going to Settings > General > Usage, it still doesn’t offer a reliable way to see what you’re really using.

Enters Data Counter, a jailbreak application that helps you keep track of your data usage within a given period…

Data Counter is a cellular data counting app that aims at making your data usage tracking easier. You can enter your data plan cap and the start day of your billing period to easily keep an eye on your usage. You can then filter your data usage by date, either with a nice graph chart or with a simple text report.

If you ever go over your data cap, then you don’t have excuses anymore for keeping a close eye on it. Priced at $2.99, Data Counter might save you money overtime. Give it a try and let us know what you think.

UPDATE: You can get a similar application in the App Store for only $0.99. It’s called DataMan [download link].

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  • Alastion

    All I can say is… I spy Singapore carrier

    Well, I can’t afford it anyway but I really wanna try

  • Burge

    It’s got a free trial for 3 days…. Give it a go

  • http://ottodestruct.com Otto

    For AT&T users, they have a free myWireless app in the app store that will show exactly how much data you’ve used in the current billing period. Also shows minutes, texts, etc.

  • http://j.mp/dataman Johnny Ixe

    You can use DataMan, an approved app available in AppStore. DataMan monitors your data usage in real time. No jailbreaking required. http://j.mp/dataman

  • http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mobile-Charger-Accessories-provided-computer/dp/B00450BXWU Ian

    Sounds interesting app for iphone

    I will try it for sure as long as its free for few days.

  • https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=247techdeals&x=0&y=0 john

    Priced at $2.99, Data Counter worth it. i will try it for sure

  • Barbara cooley

    Do you have anything like this that is free