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Monitor.Us Mobile - Android

Monitor.Us Mobile - Android


Monitor.Us Mobile is the app for the free version of Monitis, the leading web and cloud monitoring solution that include website monitoring, cloud monitoring, real end-user monitoring, web page monitoring, internal server and network monitoring. All our monitors can check the status of your website and web systems from multiple locations around the world. What makes Monitis solutions different is that they are fast to deploy, feature-rich in technology and provide a comprehensive single-pane view of on-premise and off-premise infrastructure and applications. Monitis helps over 100,000 web pros worldwide to increase the uptime, availability and user experience of their systems.

Recent changes:
v2.0.4

- Bug fix in alerts history
- Fixed checkboxes in full page load monitor detailed page
- Minor bug fixes

v2.0.3
- Bug fixes


v2.0.2
- Agents with special symbols in the name were shown as invalid

v2.0.1
- Fixed issue of not receiving notifications on devices with android version >= 4.0

v2.0
- Receive Android notifications when your monitors are failing
- Faster page loading in tablets
- Bug fixes
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Free
75
3.8
User ratings
124
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
876 kb
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About Monitor.Us Mobile - Android
Monitor.Us Mobile is the app for the free version of Monitis, the leading web and cloud monitoring solution that include website monitoring, cloud monitoring, real end-user monitoring, web page monitoring, internal server and network monitoring. All our monitors can check the status of your website and web systems from multiple locations around the world. What makes Monitis solutions different is that they are fast to deploy, feature-rich in technology and provide a comprehensive single-pane view of on-premise and off-premise infrastructure and applications. Monitis helps over 100,000 web pros worldwide to increase the uptime, availability and user experience of their systems.

Recent changes:
v2.0.4

- Bug fix in alerts history
- Fixed checkboxes in full page load monitor detailed page
- Minor bug fixes

v2.0.3
- Bug fixes


v2.0.2
- Agents with special symbols in the name were shown as invalid

v2.0.1
- Fixed issue of not receiving notifications on devices with android version >= 4.0

v2.0
- Receive Android notifications when your monitors are failing
- Faster page loading in tablets
- Bug fixes

User reviews of Monitor.Us Mobile - Android
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 26, 2014
This is slow HTML app built for iPhone... I have tried it again, after a year... Same bad app... Battery usage is insane on this one...
A Google User
Aug 26, 2014
Phonegap done wrong Alerts are very slow, as is the interface. Would prefer a native app to Cordova/phonegap in this case. I would definitely switch to a paid account if that was the case.
A Google User
May 23, 2014
Phonegap done wrong Also, alerts don't work. At all. and even if they did work, it looks like some kind of polling mechanism instead of push. but even that doesn't work. Non native phone gap apps can be OK, but this is an example of doing it wrong. basically unusable over a slower 3g connection. Compare this to the pingdom app and you'll see why I can switch.. even though I hate their pricing.
A Google User
Mar 19, 2014
This is slow HTML app built for iPhone... Too slow, and annoying iPhone UI...
A Google User
Dec 31, 2013
Good but.. I like having this app since when my hosting site went down so did it's mail forwarding function. So I didn't know about it until the client called. Not good. And this app could have saved the day since it is not dependent on my hosting company. But the dates that it gives are three weeks ago. An alert for 12/31 comes up as 12/10. I'm not sure if these are old alerts or new ones with an old date. I'm hoping that the next update fixes this glaring problem.