DewDrop Studios today announces NetUse Traffic Monitor 1.2.1, a major update of its highly-regarded network usage monitor application for Mac OS X. Utilizing the SNMP feature of any modern Internet router or gateway, NetUse monitors and collects real-time Internet usage statistics for all the computers in your home or office that share an Internet connection. Version 1.2.1 sports a new improved user interface, full Lion support, enhanced hardware supports, full SNMP support and more.
Binary Fruit today announces DiskRadar 1.1 for Mac OS X, an update to their utility featuring hard disk fault prediction, infographic usage data, cleanup function, and HD temperature monitoring to prevent overheating. Designed for use by non-technical users, the app provides access to sufficient hard drive diagnostic data to satisfy any system administrator. Additional features include: 64 bit, multi-core optimization; 100% safe in-app file removal; and history-based disk health evaluation.
California based XVision today introduces DataMan for iPad with 3G 1.0. DataMan for iPad is a powerful and precise app to monitor and manage your data usage in real time, closely tracking your data activities in the background, giving you daily, weekly and monthly usage statistics. It’s also the only app that warns you in real-time when you exceed your custom usage thresholds. Plus, it geotags your data activities and works with all carriers. You always get up-to-date usage statistics.
California based Webrich Software today announces My Data Usage Pro 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch devices. My Data Usage Pro enables you to count every last byte you download to prevent exceeding your monthly data limit. My Data Usage Pro has in-built algorithm to automatically detect how much data is used when on a cellular network like 3G, 4G, Edge, GSM, or any other cellular network as well as how much data is used on the WiFi network.
Jeremy Bassett today releases CallPlanPro 1.0, his sophisticated Usage Monitoring Tool for iOS. CallPlanPro provides a wide range of features to inform the user of their usage levels throughout their Monthly Bill Cycle. Historical data is displayed on swipable graph cards to allow users to build a current picture as well as reviewing previous month’s consumption. Users holding multiple iPhones under a single login are able to navigate to each iPhone’s usage stats using the usual iPhone controls.
Indie developer Olaf Greck today announces Fuel Log Evo 3.4.3 for iOS, a major update to his app that allows the user to conveniently track, save, and graph vehicle fuel usage and expenses. Supporting both imperial and metric systems of measure, it instantly provides: date of fill-up, odometer reading, units of fuel, fuel cost/unit, total cost for fill-up, and distance/unit of fuel. With three or more entries, the user may graph and calculate fuel efficiency over any chosen period of time.