RAMDroid - RAM Widget

RAMDroid - RAM Widget


RAMDroid is an open-source, lightweight widget that simply shows how much unused RAM your device has. Add it as a widget to a home screen and tap it!

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keywords: RAM, widget, memory, free, notification

Recent changes:
-fixed a bug where Ramdroid would get killed by Android while updating, and stop updating (especially with Continuous)

-updated splash greeting screen

-updated some market settings to cope with changes.
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Free
82
4.1
User ratings
396
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
0
File size
55 kb
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About RAMDroid - RAM Widget
RAMDroid is an open-source, lightweight widget that simply shows how much unused RAM your device has. Add it as a widget to a home screen and tap it!

Like it? buy me a beer!

keywords: RAM, widget, memory, free, notification

Recent changes:
-fixed a bug where Ramdroid would get killed by Android while updating, and stop updating (especially with Continuous)

-updated splash greeting screen

-updated some market settings to cope with changes.

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User reviews of RAMDroid - RAM Widget
Nice toggle between tap and scan, and direct access to setting. Just doesn't look very good. 4t.
Oct 17, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 21, 2014
Good, no ads. Works good, but I don't know why it needs permissions to access SD card and to view phone identity? Doesn't ask for internet access and shows no ads though.
A Google User
Feb 13, 2014
Simply the best Well,using over few years this app is really the best.
A Google User
Dec 15, 2013
NEEDS A MUCH BETTER DESIGN! I simply ADORE this small, simple application! It's EXTREMELY accurate, and easy to set up and to use. However, I do wish that it had a MUCH BETTER design. Other than THAT....it's "EXCELLENT"!
A Google User
Dec 5, 2013
Thanks Useful tool. Android Motorola 3g.
A Google User
Dec 3, 2013
Fails. Anytime an app killer or fast reboot program runs, widget stops updating and has to be put back on the desktop.