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When it comes to using data on your BlackBerry 10 device nobody likes to go over their monthly allowance for obvious reasons - it costs. That's where Max Network Stat may come in handy for you - allowing you to keep an eye on just how much data you are getting through.
I'll be honest and say that there are various other apps that do this same task, so I was intrigued as to why I should give this one a try. What better way to do that than to ask the developer, and here's what he said:
Currently all network stat apps take the data usage value from the network API which stores the value till the device is rebooted. So for all these apps it's ideal to run once before rebooting your device. (This is also what we do currently)
With 10.2 we are going to be adding headless app support by which our app will do this task automatically and be highly accurate.
Also we have used a native cascades UI, an active frame and hub notifications for data alerts. To top it all we have a 24*7 customer support team/live chat making it a premium experience to buy any Max Secure Software app.
From a personal perspective it is a nice app. It gives you just the information you need to know - including Wi-Fi usage as well as cellular. It even automatically knows your monthly data allowance and as well as the used percentage being shown in the app it is also displayed in the Active Frame - which I really love.
Max Network Stat costs £1.50/$1.99 and is available for all BlackBerry 10 devices. If you are regularly at risk of exceeding your data limits then this one is well worth considering.