System Monitor

System Monitor


The most beautiful and versatile System Monitor for Android! This application provides real time system load statistics and important information in the form of text and fancy graphs.

It is a bundle of 6 in 1 where you are able to monitor CPU, RAM, I/O, Network, Apps and your Battery so you are actually paying for 6 applications together in a single one!

Comparing to the Lite version this application unlocks monitoring in the forms of:
- Notification bar
- Floating apps
- Widgets
- DashClock lockscreen widget extensions
- Saving and scheduling of background monitoring sessions


Grasp the full power of customization and configure features, such as:
- The algorithm you prefer the most for calculating the remaining battery time;
- The update interval of real time monitoring, in order to spare system resources;
- Monitor total CPU usage or individual CPU cores (if your device has more than 1 CPU core).

WARNING: Expanded notifications only works on Jelly Bean+ due to API limitations.

Misc:
- Help translating! https://crowdin.net/project/system-monitor

Graphics:
- Feature graphics made by www.johnxde.com #

Permissions explained:
- DRAW OVER OTHER APPS: This permission is needed in order to display the floating app option.
- RUN AT STARTUP: This permission is need in case that you want your notifications to start on boot.

Recent changes:
Attempt to fix crashes related to the DashClock battery extension.
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4.6
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File size
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About System Monitor
The most beautiful and versatile System Monitor for Android! This application provides real time system load statistics and important information in the form of text and fancy graphs.

It is a bundle of 6 in 1 where you are able to monitor CPU, RAM, I/O, Network, Apps and your Battery so you are actually paying for 6 applications together in a single one!

Comparing to the Lite version this application unlocks monitoring in the forms of:
- Notification bar
- Floating apps
- Widgets
- DashClock lockscreen widget extensions
- Saving and scheduling of background monitoring sessions


Grasp the full power of customization and configure features, such as:
- The algorithm you prefer the most for calculating the remaining battery time;
- The update interval of real time monitoring, in order to spare system resources;
- Monitor total CPU usage or individual CPU cores (if your device has more than 1 CPU core).

WARNING: Expanded notifications only works on Jelly Bean+ due to API limitations.

Misc:
- Help translating! https://crowdin.net/project/system-monitor

Graphics:
- Feature graphics made by www.johnxde.com #

Permissions explained:
- DRAW OVER OTHER APPS: This permission is needed in order to display the floating app option.
- RUN AT STARTUP: This permission is need in case that you want your notifications to start on boot.

Recent changes:
Attempt to fix crashes related to the DashClock battery extension.

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A Google User
Dec 17, 2014
Widget bug The battery widget does not work properly. It does not show the correct info and I'm not able to customize its UI
A Google User
Dec 16, 2014
great tool works perfectly Latest update broke app....please fix.
A Google User
Dec 15, 2014
Had to buy it, so worth it Perfect for seeing which apps fully utilises a devices abilities, such as checking how many CPU cores are on in a game or seeing if/how much of your GPU it's utilising a game is using, thanks to the floating windows
A Google User
Dec 14, 2014
Widgets won't switch off The widgets no longer have stop/start controls with the result that I'm burning more battery than I like. Is there a fix? There also does not seem to be a GPU widget.
A Google User
Dec 13, 2014
No longer crash :)