10-12-2011 6:31 AM
Am I the only one who thinks this app is totally useless?
The data monitor shows 100% of my data is over wifi. Kind of hard to believe it when I'm not on wifi 100% of the time. Even tethered a few times out in the field, and it tallies up the bits and bites, but always shows 100% wifi. How can I trust it to even give me an accurate data count?
Is there any advantage to using it when searching/connecting to at&t hotspots?
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08-16-2012 6:58 AM
I think they need to include this app on the apple market to be available for ipads and itouchs. Auto acceptance to user agreements through this app would make it a breeze to log into multiple locations that provide at&t hotspots. Also I've had some locations that the user aggreement page has problems where the get connected button overlaps the check box, making it useless to even have a page there in the first place.
08-16-2012 7:12 AM
02-10-2014 5:03 AM
Sign me up as one who heartily agrees, but for a different reason. My smart "wifi" app uses more mobile data looking for wifi locations than it saves. In fact after installing it, and not realizing this fact, I had to increase my mobile data plan. After the next month I was charged $30 more for an extra 5MB of data usage at the end of the billing period. Finally got a data usage monitor -- from adndroid apps not att -- and found out the smart wifi app was consuming the same amount of mobile data as it was wifi data. Turning it off has saved me a lot. I am currently testing to see if this is true for the long run and will seek a refund from att if the trend continues
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