We’re in a golden age of mobile data, with more than 50 per cent of Australians getting access to at least one gigabyte per month.
But what happens when that data is used to load the web?
We’ve created a tool that will help you keep your internet usage low and your data usage high, while keeping your device and data connection up to date.
We call it The Browser Toolkit, and it’s available for free on the Mac App Store.
It uses an API that enables developers to create mobile apps for iOS, Android, Windows and Linux that can streamline mobile browsing and load data with minimal effort.
You can use the toolkit to make your own mobile apps, for example to track the progress of your favourite sports team, or to add a video feed to a YouTube video.
And the tool also allows you to create a personalized website that will load your data at a specific speed and will deliver you relevant content in a timely manner.
So how does it work?
Simply download the Browser ToolKit and navigate to the Mobile Data tab.
Then click on the ‘Load Data’ button at the bottom of the page.
Your mobile data will be used to show you information about how much data you’re using, how long it’s taking to load and whether you can keep up with the pace of data usage.
You’ll be shown your average speed, average data usage and the percentage of data you’ve been using over the past five minutes.
Once you’ve hit the ‘load’ button, your data will start loading in a browser tab on the right.
The browser tab will then pop up with a list of the devices you are currently accessing the mobile network on, and the data you’ll be using at that moment.
The data is sorted by download speed and download size.
The bottom of that page contains your download speed, download size and the number of devices you’re currently accessing.
You’ll also be presented with your total data usage, as well as the amount of data that has been downloaded.
You’ve got three options to choose from, which are:You can see the number and speed of data downloaded per minute, per hour, or per day.
You can also view the amount and rate of data transferred per second, per minute or per hour.
And you can see how much of your data you are downloading and the amount you are transferring.
In addition to the speed and size of your download, the browser will also display the number, amount and time the data was downloaded.
And, of course, you’ll also get a visual representation of your downloads and transfers in real time, so you can easily track the speed of your next download.
You don’t have to have the browser installed on your device to use the browser toolkit.
You just need to install it on your computer and run it.
You should also note that, while it does offer a number of tools that can help you with your mobile browsing experience, it isn’t a complete toolkit and doesn’t cover all aspects of mobile usage.
So if you’re new to the tool, there are a few more things you’ll need to do first.
If you’re running Android or Windows, you should also check out our guide on the best browser plugins for iOS and Android to help you make your mobile apps more mobile-friendly.
If your browser is not on the list, the next time you start browsing, check the top left hand corner of the browser toolbar to find the ‘Loading…’ button.
If it’s not there, you might have accidentally launched the browser.
If you’re still unsure, contact the device manufacturer to find out how to remove the browser from your device.
And finally, you can also check the box at the top right of the mobile data tab to let the browser keep track of your current download speed.
If everything is set up correctly, your browser will display the data and speed you’ve downloaded in real-time.
You might also be asked to confirm whether you want to continue browsing or if you’d like to disconnect from the mobile service.
Once your browser has finished loading data and loading content, you will see a notification that you’ve completed the ‘Downloading’ process.
You will then be taken to the main page where you can confirm the results.
If all went well, your mobile service will start to show up on your mobile device.
This is where you’ll find the data usage on your phone, the speed, the total data transferred and the time your device has been using your data.
The Browser Toolletkit has been designed for people who use the mobile internet for more than a few minutes a day, or for people with mobile data problems.
If this is you, you may want to explore other options to reduce the amount or speed of mobile traffic you consume.
If any of the tips in this article are useful to you, please share this with your friends and colleagues.