Data counter widget - Simple and easy way to keep an eye with your network traffic. :)
Keep track of how much network traffic your mobile uses.
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Discreet and simple widget that can be placed on your home screen to keep an eye on your network usage. Shows wifi / wlan and 3g / gprs traffic. Similar to NetCounter.
Try out the new look with the black background. :)
You can customize the user interface and configure widgets individually - just take a look at the screenshots.
Please report any bugs:)
Pro version with more custom colours available.
Custom day of month problem when upgrading to version 1.5.X: If you're having trouble setting the custom day of month, change the date to another date first and then set it back to the day you want. It should take care of everything. Sorry about this. Please give me a word if you need any assistance. :)
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