Does what it says on the tin. Connect it up and it works fine. Essentially shows the same thing CoreTemp does but on your phone. Also, about the "use it anywhere in the world" part: You need to portforward the application first, however I recommend you use another port apart from 5200 since that is the same port used by VNC clients.
Can't use it. "To get started, press on the 'Menu' key followed by a tap on 'Add monitor'." I use the Samsung Galaxy S5. There is no menu key, therefore there is no way to use this app. Since it hasn't had an update since 2011, it seems to me like these guys abandoned this app, and yet still offer the plugin upon installation of the pc software. Not impressed at all.
Just lost a sale... Would have paid for this as I use it on my pc all the time. But as devices don't have menu keys anymore, this app is useless because there's no way to set it up 😐
Fantastic!, but needs a 'Daydream' This is an excellent little app, I can now monitor my PC from anywhere in the house on my Nexus 7. It'd be even cooler if there was a 'Daydream' for it!!.. My Nexus 7 spends most of the day (working) sitting on my desk with 'Dashclock' sweeping across the screen (showing Time, Gmail, Weather etc..), Core Temp and a Clock would be excellent!!
For those saying 'theres no MENU button' AHHH!! If you have the app-switching button instead, press and hold it down... the menu will appear... now go ahead and re-rate the app properly :)
To the people that says it dose not work The app Still Works All you need to do is hold your back button down (Note 5) or one of the other button you have one of them should simulate the hardware menu button you just need to hold your finger on it do not do a quick tap give it a try if you have a Note 5 its the back button like I said above
Fix "Force Close" crash.
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