Usemon (Cpu Usage Monitor)

Usemon (Cpu Usage Monitor)


Usemon is the only app on google play that can monitor GPU usage (currently adreno only).

I have really missed graphs of system status from android. I wanted something like you have in task manager on windows, or widgets on my KDE desktop. When I found nothing like that, I decided to write one, here it is.

Usemon is a simple application for monitoring usage of system resources. It displays graphs of CPU, RAM, and network usage. (For dual and quad core devices per core stats are supported.) No root needed. It is extremely lightweight, because it gets these data directly from the kernel. It can show permanent statusbar notifications of these too (when enabled). It support devices running android 4.0 and higher, thanks to that it integrates well into the holo themed system.

Octa cores will be detected as quad cores for now (some mtk SoC's quite rare).

NOTE: TO REMOVE FLOATING WINDOWS JUST DOUBLE TAP THEM!

Features:
- Monitoring CPU, RAM, network, disk and GPU (adreno only) usage
- Every data is logged
- If the screen is off, battery usage is minimized
- It can show network download, and upload rate separately
- Widgets are included, they are capable of displaying CPU, RAM or network usage
- Statusbar notifcations you can check anytime
- Colored graphs makes it easy to identify witch graph represent the information you are looking for

Note about wakelock detectors:
Usemon will generate a large number of alarms (this is the way it works), thats normal, but it won't wake the device up from deep sleep. If something else wakes it up and the screen is off, Usemon won't do anything other than detecting that it is off.

Recent changes:
• 5.2
• GPU notification for adreno devices
• 5.1
• GPU monitoring for adreno devices
• 5.03
• Google play services latest version crashes switched to older one
• 5.02
• Fix update problem
• 5.01
• (PRO) CPU temperature
• (PRO) Notifcation Builder
• 4.05
• Data will be cleared on boot and forced exit
• 4.00
• Battery notification and floating window
• 3.99
• Initial support for battery monitoring
• 3.13
• Bug fixes
• 3.12
• Additional optimizations
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User ratings
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Installs
10,000+
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File size
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About Usemon (Cpu Usage Monitor)
Usemon is the only app on google play that can monitor GPU usage (currently adreno only).

I have really missed graphs of system status from android. I wanted something like you have in task manager on windows, or widgets on my KDE desktop. When I found nothing like that, I decided to write one, here it is.

Usemon is a simple application for monitoring usage of system resources. It displays graphs of CPU, RAM, and network usage. (For dual and quad core devices per core stats are supported.) No root needed. It is extremely lightweight, because it gets these data directly from the kernel. It can show permanent statusbar notifications of these too (when enabled). It support devices running android 4.0 and higher, thanks to that it integrates well into the holo themed system.

Octa cores will be detected as quad cores for now (some mtk SoC's quite rare).

NOTE: TO REMOVE FLOATING WINDOWS JUST DOUBLE TAP THEM!

Features:
- Monitoring CPU, RAM, network, disk and GPU (adreno only) usage
- Every data is logged
- If the screen is off, battery usage is minimized
- It can show network download, and upload rate separately
- Widgets are included, they are capable of displaying CPU, RAM or network usage
- Statusbar notifcations you can check anytime
- Colored graphs makes it easy to identify witch graph represent the information you are looking for

Note about wakelock detectors:
Usemon will generate a large number of alarms (this is the way it works), thats normal, but it won't wake the device up from deep sleep. If something else wakes it up and the screen is off, Usemon won't do anything other than detecting that it is off.

Recent changes:
• 5.2
• GPU notification for adreno devices
• 5.1
• GPU monitoring for adreno devices
• 5.03
• Google play services latest version crashes switched to older one
• 5.02
• Fix update problem
• 5.01
• (PRO) CPU temperature
• (PRO) Notifcation Builder
• 4.05
• Data will be cleared on boot and forced exit
• 4.00
• Battery notification and floating window
• 3.99
• Initial support for battery monitoring
• 3.13
• Bug fixes
• 3.12
• Additional optimizations
User reviews of Usemon (Cpu Usage Monitor)
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 17, 2014
Don't even bother... CRAP This thing constantly opens new windows to try to " sell " you other apps.. This thing serves NO purpose other than to sell you other apps.. The pop ups are every 3 - 4 seconds. They are ENDLESS..
A Google User
Jul 3, 2014
This app is what I been looking for Love that you can see cpu temp. And adreno gpu clocks. Great app thank you. Only one issue I have I have a HTC one m7 running stock 4.3 and app is very laggy. Please fix and I will buy pro
A Google User
Jun 26, 2014
I'm running the second gen nexus 7 with OS 4.4.4. I've had this app since day 1, on all my devices. Well done, and prompt response with the update issue. Nice, I like to see what my Adreno 320 GPU is doing.
A Google User
Jun 21, 2014
Battery feature According to the description when the screen is of the battery consumption goes down, don't think it's working.
A Google User
Jun 15, 2014
Intentionally Misleading/Shady Be very careful with this app. Upon first open, it will give you a few long paragraphs, ending with 'by the way, would you like to purchase pro for 2 dollars?' And an OK/not now button. The app asks explicitly for in app purchase permission, and tries to leave the fact that the choice here is to purchase the full version, til the end, in hopes you won't read it. Either be very wary when using this app or use one of the less deceptive/misleading free apps that do the same thing out there.