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What's the best app to see which apps are using either my mobile or WiFi data?

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What's the best app to see which apps are using either my mobile or WiFi data on a minute to minute basis with an export to Excel so I can analyze? Looks like the standard Android app rolls up data usage across the month, doesn't break down hourly.

posted Aug 17, 2014 by Bob Wise

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