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About mTrafficStats


A simple to use network traffic monitor that keeps an eye on your bandwidth usage to help you stay within your provider’s usage caps!

Automatically logs all network activity across Wi-Fi and Ethernet interfaces. Program runs silently in the background until you decide that you’d like to see how much bandwidth you are consuming. A simple click on the mac status bar brings up the detail panel.

Logs bandwidth usage by day and saves the data so that you can view your usage over time. Monthly and daily charts represent this data graphically.

Works well for mobile users that frequently use a mobile broadband card or other adapter that has provider specified limits. Enter the day you billing cycle starts and the your monthly quota allotment and mTrafficStats will keep track of your monthly usage and give you a quick graphic that represents how you are doing. Easily see if you are on track or running over at any given point in the month.

Key Features Include:

Automatically detects and records traffic for Wi-Fi and Ethernet adapters including cellular wireless cards and other devices.
Sits silently in your status bar out of view unless you are interested details and click on the status bar icon to show the panel.
Customizable display in the status bar that can show bytes transferred for a single interface, all interfaces or current and peak transfer speed.

Tracks bandwidth for the current day as well as the month. Months are custom defined by you based on your provider's billing cycle.
On screen activity graphing of received and sent data by interface to show you when activity is occurring.
On screen usage tracking that provides a quick visual of how you are doing against your provider's usage caps
All historic activity is recorded in a database and can be charted by month and by day. Great tool for determining your needed bandwidth.

Screen Images
Find below some screen captures of our program to give you an overview of the functions we support...

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