How To Display iPhone Data Usage In Notifications Center? WeeTrackData is the latest jailbreak tweak for iOS 5 that logs the amount of data you are consuming and lets you keep track of your data usage so that you don’t end up paying more than you have to. WeeTrackData integrates with the notification center of iOS 5 to keep you updated about the amount of data that is being consumed on the fly. Read on to find more about this awesome tweak.
With smartphones such as the Apple iPhone get more popular with each passing day and keep flooding the market, the data usage has on smartphones has also surged upwards in lieu to the expanding popularity of smartphones. As a result cell phone carriers are having a hard time keeping up, as their systems get hammered by millions of data requests every minute.
Many carriers as a result got rid of unlimited data plans and capped the amount of data usage for the phone owners. This can get a little dicey as users might unwillingly consume more data than their allowed limit and might have to pay extra for it. And it’s a known fact that many applications on the iPhone happen to be data hogs and some even utilize data without us even knowing about it. And as a result are left with huge phone bills to take care of.
This is the place where WeeTrackData jailbreak tweak comes in real handy. It is one of the few jailbreak tweaks that offer real functionality and practicality. WeeTrackData would even let you put a restriction on the amount of data your iPhone can consume, so that you don’t end up paying more for your data usage. WeeTrackData can display data usage logged monthly, weekly or daily, and you can access it via swiping from the notifications center.
WeeTrackData can be found in Cydia, and is priced at a measly $1.99. Considering the functionality that it offers, it’s pretty reasonably priced and definitely help to keep your data usage in check.
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