updated 12:39 pm EST, Tue December 10, 2013
Updated DataMan Pro offers improved Smart Forecast, usage prediction
DataMan Pro, a data usage app for iOS, has released an updated version today. Version 8.3 of the app learns its user's usage trends, and can notify users how much they can use each day without surpassing a user-defined data cap. The new version also features an improved Smart Forecast, allowing users receive notifications on their usage based on trended information.
Additional features in the update include Wi-Fi signal information as well as cellular data tracking, auto reset on bill date cycle, aesthetic theme selection, and more. Its latest version offers a shake feature, that returns an iPhone to its main screen. International support for 24-hour format has also been added. Available on iTunes, DataMan Pro 8.3 can be purchased for $5.
Any Keylogger tracking software now available for Mac users
Any Keylogger for Mac OS X has been released, providing logging for any online actives on Mac including keystrokes, websites, applications, clipboard and snapshots.
Typed passwords and IP addresses of a targeted Mac can also be recorded. Snapshots can be captured at preset intervals, and detailed information about browsing history is recorded. Able to run in Stealth mode, Any Keylogger is invisible in Add/Remove program lists, Software installation files, Startup menu and from Desktop icons. Available for purchase online, Any Keylogger is priced at $30.