Server Status (for Minecraft)

Server Status (for Minecraft)


Server Status is an app that gets information from Minecraft servers. With only a user-supplied server address (no mods or plugins!), this app can retrieve the number of players, message of the day, a sample of online players (for 1.7 servers that have this feature enabled), network latency (predicted lag), and more! Server Status is also able to list Minecraft Pocket Edition servers on the local (wireless) network.

Widgets and notifications are supported as well, making it even easier to check your favorite Minecraft server! Notifications can be set to trigger when a server is down or has a certain number of players, and widgets can show the number of players online for any number of servers you choose.

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This version of server status has advertisements. If you don't want advertisements, or want to support development directly, please consider purchasing Server Status Pro (thanks!).

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This app needs some permissions to run, namely INTERNET (needs to ask servers over the internet), ACCESS_WIFI_STATE (for broadcast addresses, to use for Pocket Edition servers) and ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE (checks to see if wifi/mobile data is enabled, if not, alert the user accordingly).
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Note: THIS IS NOT MINECRAFT ON YOUR PHONE, OR A POPULAR SERVER LISTER. MINECRAFT SERVER STATUS IS IN NO WAY AFFILIATED OR ASSOCIATED WITH MOJANG AB. MINECRAFT IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF MOJANG AB.

Recent changes:
2.1.3:
- Fixed app forgetting server ports
- Fixed widgets for 1080p devices

2.1.2:
- More widget bug fixes

2.1.1:
- Fixed a couple of widget bugs
- Fixed widgets for pre- 1.7 servers

Note: Widgets added prior to this version may need to be removed and replaced.
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Free
69
3.5
User ratings
5045
Installs
500,000+
Concerns
0
File size
343 kb
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About Server Status (for Minecraft)
Server Status is an app that gets information from Minecraft servers. With only a user-supplied server address (no mods or plugins!), this app can retrieve the number of players, message of the day, a sample of online players (for 1.7 servers that have this feature enabled), network latency (predicted lag), and more! Server Status is also able to list Minecraft Pocket Edition servers on the local (wireless) network.

Widgets and notifications are supported as well, making it even easier to check your favorite Minecraft server! Notifications can be set to trigger when a server is down or has a certain number of players, and widgets can show the number of players online for any number of servers you choose.

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This version of server status has advertisements. If you don't want advertisements, or want to support development directly, please consider purchasing Server Status Pro (thanks!).

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This app needs some permissions to run, namely INTERNET (needs to ask servers over the internet), ACCESS_WIFI_STATE (for broadcast addresses, to use for Pocket Edition servers) and ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE (checks to see if wifi/mobile data is enabled, if not, alert the user accordingly).
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Note: THIS IS NOT MINECRAFT ON YOUR PHONE, OR A POPULAR SERVER LISTER. MINECRAFT SERVER STATUS IS IN NO WAY AFFILIATED OR ASSOCIATED WITH MOJANG AB. MINECRAFT IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF MOJANG AB.

Recent changes:
2.1.3:
- Fixed app forgetting server ports
- Fixed widgets for 1080p devices

2.1.2:
- More widget bug fixes

2.1.1:
- Fixed a couple of widget bugs
- Fixed widgets for pre- 1.7 servers

Note: Widgets added prior to this version may need to be removed and replaced.
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 22, 2015
love this app, wish it had a couple extra things the app works fine for me (using default ports). the only thing that bugs me is that it still sends notifications if i'm on the server. If there could be a place in the app to put your minecraft name so it turns off notifications while you're in-game that'd be really cool.
A Google User
Jan 14, 2015
Well I did try I make a server but 2days right away it was gone
A Google User
Jan 14, 2015
I what for ever
A Google User
Jan 11, 2015
Inow A minecraft server it is hunger games port sw.slg.met
A Google User
Jan 7, 2015
how do i use it