- a comparison of one's device performance with other devices,
- an independent performance ranking of multiple Android devices,
- a spectrogram for acoustic analysis of live audio,
- free updates with additional models in new releases of the app.
This app does not automatically send any data to the developer; this is an option, the user must select the email function for any data to be sent to the developer. And when a user gives us permission, then we thank her or him here.
We would like to warmly thank all our contributors and specially those who have accepted that their names appear here:
This app can be used as a benchmark and as a spectrogram. As a benchmark, it compares the performance of your device with other Android devices. As a spectrogram, it analyzes sounds in real-time.
The application has an optional email function for returning your results to Simplecode. We compile anonymous averages for device models; these are published in the next releases of the app.
The benchmark includes an arithmetic component and a graphics component. The arithmetic component uses Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) calculations on live sounds from the microphone. The graphics component draws the spectrogram from the results of the FFT. The graphics component uses the Android 2D canvas library (not the OpenGL library).
The FFT calculations use parts of the NIST (National Institute of Standards) scimark2 program, as well as calculations developed by Simplecode. The NIST Java code, written by Bruce R. Miller, was inspired by the GSL (Gnu Scientific Library) FFT written in C by Brian Gough. The FFT calculations use 'double' primitives. Devices that have a floating point processor will tend to have much better results than those that do not have a floating point processor and are performing the floating point calculations in software.
The duration values are initially measured using System.nanoTime(), the most precise time value in Java. The Java specifications do not make any claim about the actual precision of the time measurements. The precision is dependent on the underlying hardware, virtual machine, and compiler.
During a benchmark run, the arithmetic and drawing durations, in nanoseconds, are added for each cycle. The results are shown in milliseconds after the benchmark run. Your best results are stored and used in the comparison chart. Repeating the benchmark a few times might improve your score.
For best results, other apps running during a benchmark should be kept to a minimum. In addition, the user should refrain from using other apps and from changing the orientation of the device during a benchmark run. The warm up period should ensure that the virtual machine is in a static state before the benchmark measurements start.
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Note: Your MFLOPS rating will increase in this version due to updated libraries and methods. Shows Android is improving! Newly added the ability to fully test multi-core processors with the use of multi-threading. Compare speeds from a single and multi-thread runs. See how well your multi-core device works under android.
The Linpack for Android application is a version created from the original Java version of Linpack created by Jack Dongarra. That version is located at netlib.org
The LINPACK Benchmarks are a measure of a system’s floating point computing power. Introduced by Jack Dongarra, they measure how fast a computer solves a dense N by N system of linear equations Ax = b, which is a common task in engineering. The solution is obtained by Gaussian elimination with partial pivoting, with 2/3*N3 + 2*N2 floating point operations. The result is reported in Millions of FLoating-point Operations Per Second (MFLOP/s, sometimes simply called FLOPS).
This test is more a reflection of the state of the Android Dalvik Virtual Machine than of the floating point performance of the underlying processor. Software written for an Android device is written using Java code that the Dalvik VM interprets at run time.
Questions asked about the app:
What is the purpose of this app?
This is a simple benchmark test to show performance relative to other phones for a standard calculation. Linpack has been used for years on all types of computers, with a version used to rate the TOP500 computers in the world.
What speed is better?
A higher number is better. From the Top Devices list, you can see that each device has a certain range that they all come in at. What can affect the number is what else is running on android and the ROM version. It appears that Android 2.0 will also improve performance.
Does having faster speed improve the android phones or what?
Yes, it should. The Dalvik VM has a huge impact on the Linpack number. A better number on the same device would indicate that a new version update has improved performance. Or it could show that something has gone terribly wrong if the number goes down.
Benchmark your CPU and RAM
Compair your device online with others
Stresstest: heat up your CPU as much as possible
system information for:
- Network (what is my IP)
- Sensors with all details
Share a screenshot of your results
- Storage: needed for sharing sceenshots
- Network: Sharing your results, view online results, Ads
By the reason of the complex system with various background-processes, your scores can change.
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When you perform free tests with 4Gmark, you participate in a collaborative project to aggregate a base of information for understanding and improving the quality of service.
The "Speed Test" quickly calculates downlink and uplink network speed (average Bitrate).
The "Full Test" is a scenario with all protocols (latency, transfer, web) giving full visibility over the quality of the connection environment. It calculates a score which let you compare between them different smartphones, networks or places.
At the end of the Full Test, in the results, you can benchmark your results against the average obtained by other users in your country, in the same area or using the same smartphone (wifi or cellular).
Also in the "Custom Test" section, Customized scenarios of tests are available.
Finally as a bonus, a dashboard that will offer the most current real-time information about your hardware, your location, your cellular and your wifi connection.
"Is battery in good shape?"
"How many packages are installed on my device?"
"How fast is my device?"
"What sensors are present on my device?"
These questions(and many others) will be answered to you by this app!
This app will help you know better your device, by providing you useful system information and perfoming a system speed test.
It's composed of 2 parts, System Info and Speed Test.
Provides device info -in sections- about:
Device, screen, memory, processor, build, internet, battery, storage, up time, sensors, gps, gsm, camera, features, country, system.
A more detailed or advanced option is available for the most of the above sections.
This is a 3 steps system benchmark, processor, graphics and storage. It will take you about one minute. You may view your device's performance compared to other phones - tablets in a graphical way.
- Permissions are needed to access system info.
- Info in some sections may depend on device/Android version.
GFXBench 3.0 adds advanced OpenGL ES 3-features and new special tests to the popular GFXBench 3D graphics benchmark.
Manhattan test: GPU-intensive OpenGL ES 3 test using advanced API-features for testing the latest high-end mobile devices (Features: multiple render target for deferred rendering, geometry instancing and transform feedback, etc.)
Battery and Stability test: Measures the device’s battery life and performance stability by logging frames-per-second (FPS) and expected battery running while running sustained game-like animations (the T-Rex scene).
Render quality test: Measures the visual fidelity provided by the device in the high-end gaming-like scene
Fully redesigned, multi-lingual, easy-to-use user interface: device comparison within the application by downloading the complete GFXBench database, extensive system information
Please note: The benchmark needs at least 300 MB free space on the device.
You can compare your benchmark results with all the other uploaded results at our website: www.gfxbench.com.
If you need any help, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
A system suite to monitor and record all activities, backup and restore *any* applications, extended task killer, CPU SD and memory controls, logcat reader, terminal emulator, widgets and notifications, all in one highly optimized app!
By far the lowest consumption monitoring app! Check these benchmarks!
WARNING: PRO VERSION REQUIRES WIFI, BT, PHONE and GPS permissions to record phone states. App checked with Privacy Inspector!
You can add shortcuts to your home screen for any of the below features/screens!
- Filter user/system/kernel processes and exclusion list
- Shows cpu load/frequency, memory/internal/sd usage
- Sort processes by cpu times, start time, memory or by name
- Kill non manually excluded apps automatically
- Shows detailed information about running apps and processes
- Open app system settings
- Read app logcat
- Manually kill running apps
Extended Task Killer:
- Kill non-excluded apps automatically or manually
- Kill apps during screen-on, screen-off or when widget refreshes
- Manually exclude or include apps
- All system apps are excluded by default
- Manually kill kernel processes (rooted phones)
- Display memory details (RAM & internal)
- Display SD details (internal & external SD)
Application Manager (rooted phones):
- Freeze/unfreeze apps (prevents app from running)
- Backup/restore any apps, including system apps
- Backup/restore any app settings
- Uninstall any apps, including system apps
- Launch and read app logcat
- Display application data and cache usage
- Sort application by name, data usage or cache usage
- Move any apps to/from system/user space
- Record (optionally at boot) activities in the background
- Record all apps or all processes
- Record phone states (screen, wifi, bluetooth, gps, mobile data, signal)
- Import Battery Monitor Widget Pro data for detailed analysis!
- Allows analyzing past recordings without limits
- Display log(cat) for all/one process
- Filter logcat by message levels
- Filter logcat based on user-defined text
- Save logcat to file
- Clear existing logcat
- Keeps history of previously used Linux commands
- Save output to file
- Run commands as Super User (rooted phone)
- Tweak SD cache size to boost performance (not all phones supported, please report)
- Tweak Android auto-kill memory settings
- Tweak CPU governor + frequencies during screen-off, on-call
- Tweak CPU voltage (when available on custom Kernel, please report)
- OC/deamon disabler
- Uses Linux init.d script when available
Notification & Widgets:
- Show information (cpu, memory, SD) in notification bar or widgets
- 1x1 and 2x1 widgets available
- Notification icons are provided as external packages, many available for white/black notification backgrounds
- Many different widget backgrounds: HTC Sense 2 or 3, Google, Glassy half or fully transparent.
- Show cpu load, frequency, governor, free/used memory (flash/internal/sd), process count using text or 2 side levels.
- Starts 2 different actions by clicking on the icon or label, including:
. Start/stop recording process activity
. Kill all non-excluded processes
. Start task manager
. Open analyzer
. Open app manager
. Open settings
Old name: Process Monitor Widget Pro
TODOs: Still a lot, but getting there!
- Backup/restore for non-rooted phones
- Multi-version backup/restore
- Move app to/from SD
- Graphic widgets and notifications
- Setup wizard
- One-click backup/restore
- All bug fixes, just let me know
If you run the application, see black screen - please wait a little.
PLEASE SEND US YOUR MOBILEPHONE INFOS
YOUR DEVICE/CPU-TYPE AND RESULT
WILL BE ADDED ON 24H
* Floating-point and integer calc
* Support multi-core CPU
* Unique and accurate algorithm
* Load all cores up to 100%
* CPU Floating Point Performance
* Memory Performance
* CPU Integer Performance
- Network: Sharing your results, view online results
Support Qualcomm, Infotmic, Marvell ,Actions, OMAP, Atom, Exynos, Rockchips, Mediatek, Wondermedia, Samsung, MEIZU & etc.
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This Android app is a CPU identification tool and a supplier information for battery and system. This is a free application that reports information about your device:
- SoC (System On Chip) name, CPU architecture, clock speed for each core, GPU;
- System information: device brand & model, board, display, hardware, Android version, kernel architecture & version, screen resolution, RAM, storage, root access;
- Battery information: health, level, power source, status, technology, temperature, voltage;
- Sensors: rotation vector, gravity, linear acceleration, etc...
Various SoC detected:
Qualcomm, Infotmic, Marvell, Actions, OMAP, Atom, Exynos, Rockchips, Mediatek, Wondermedia, Samsung, MEIZU, etc...
Android 2.2 and above (version 1.03 and +).
If you are experienced the (Google i think) error:
"This app" could not be downloaded due to an error. (error retrieving information from server. [RPC:AEC:0])
This is the solution:
Removing Google Account and putting it back in solved the problem. As well as clearing our the data in the Play Store app.
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Hardware information is categorized into:
– Device: Model, Manufacturer, Chipset, Build Number and Android OS version.
– System: CPU architecture, Board, Number of Cores, Clock Speed, CPU Features, Governor and Kernel information. As well as current CPU Utilization, Total running processes, and clock frequency of each core.
– Memory: Total and available RAM, as well as Storage information about your device.
– Camera: Detailed information about the primary and secondary camera in your phone. Along with supported resolutions, focus modes and AntiBanding modes.
– Battery: Health, current level, power source, temperature, voltage.
– Sensors: All the sensors in your device with real-time testing.
INTERNET - permission is required to display help information which will be updated to show you the latest information about the app.
CAMERA - permission is used by the app to display details about the cameras of your smartphone.
READ & WRITE EXTERNAL STORAGE - to get information about external storage attached to or inserted in the device.
GPS Benchmark app quickly benchmarks the accuracy of GPS and network-based positioning technologies within a mobile device. GPS Benchmark is a quality-control tool for mobile location providers, including:
GPS Benchmark is the ONLY app on Google Play to compare a ground truth location (provided by the user) against the phone's location data to calculate the true error of the positioning system. Other apps can only show the estimated location error that is calculated by the device, which (as GPS Benchmark shows) can be far from accurate.
GPS Benchmark allows the user to quickly provide a ground truth location by tapping on the map, scanning a geo-encoded NFC tag or QR Code, or manually entering a latitude/longitude/altitude.
GPS Benchmark rapidly evaluates and visualizes data from mobile location solutions and enables quick improvement of positioning system accuracy. GPS Benchmark is for QA professionals and people who find it essential to know the true accuracy of their smartphone's GPS and Network-based location solutions.
** Why is GPS Benchmark essential? **
Traditional design, development, and testing cycles for smartphones and location-based applications require a significant amount of effort and manual data analysis. GPS Benchmark automates much of this process and enables mobile device manufacturers, cell phone carriers, and mobile application developers to focus on improving positioning technologies and software instead of analyzing data.
** To use GPS Benchmark: **
The ground truth location of the mobile device is set by tapping on a satellite map (or manually entering lat/long/alt). The app then measures the error of positions calculated by the phone, generates various statistics on these errors (e.g., min/max/avg horizontal and vertical error, percentiles, etc.) and attaches the results (printout, CSV and KML files) to an email. GPS Benchmark supports benchmarking for GPS and network location providers such as cellular or Wi-Fi network positioning.
Please visit http://www.gpsbenchmark.com for more information.
performance of any Android, iOS and Windows Phone 8 smartphones and tablets for
Simply press "Run Benchmark", the tests will be started.
The benchmark covers a comprehensive suite of tests and produces
an objective overall score and group scores in five different areas, including system,
memory, graphics, web browsing and camera.
While the full version provides all the detailed score breakdown for further analysis, which is meant for product development purpose, the free version is designed for consumers which has the same workload as the full version, but only displays the final score of overall performance and grouped area performance.
More information: http://www.rightware.com/consumer/basemark-os-ii/
You can check the performance of other devices and compare with your own on Rightware's official database Power Board, which collects results from over 1500 smartphones and tablets. http://results.rightware.com/
Be the master of your Android device with Droid Info , only a tap away.
Android Device Information's :
- General Information : Device Manufacturer, Model, Android System Version, Main board model, CPU
- Display Info: Display size in Inches & Pixel, Density , DPI , Refresh rate.
- Memory Information : RAM, SD Card , Phone Memories Used & Free Space Size.
- Network Info : Operator Name, Phone Type, Network Type.
- Hardware Info: Radio, Bluetooth, NFC, USB Host, WiFi , GPS, Camera, SIP, Television etc Supported or None.
- Sensor Info: Accelerometer, Barometer, Light Sensor, Magnetometer, Gyroscope,Proximity Sensor Supported or None.
- Battery Info: Battery level, health status, technology, temperature , voltage , plug-in status.
- Device Info: Device Id, Subscriber Id, Serial No etc.
- From Android 2.0.1 to Android 4.2.2 & +
If you have any comments, suggestions or error please do not hesitate to contact us and we will make those changes as soon as possible.
(Also useful for debugging problems users in other territories are experiencing.)
Root is required!
DON'T INSTALL AND DON'T RATE IF YOU DON'T HAVE A ROOTED DEVICE!!!!
It is highly recommended to make a nandroid backup before changing system files.
Jelly Bean users: be sure to make a backup before using this application!!!!!!
In case of errors, please send me the log that will show so i can fix the bugs and errors. Thank you
Updated system applications decreases phone internal memory, because the update is stored in /data/app and the original apk is still in /system/app.
System app cleaner will automatically:
- backup the original apk in /sdcard/system cleaner/ (in case you want to restore the original apk)
- delete the obsolete apk
- integrate the update to the system
- delete dalvik-cache(optional but recommended)
- reboot device (optional but recommended)
By doing this, a considerable amount of internal memory storage will be freed.
How to use it:
- start the application
- let it check for updates
- start and let the application finish the work
- restart the device (preferable with deleting the dalvik-cache to free some more space if possible)
NOTE: the first restart will take longer time to rebuild the dalvik-cache(this is normal)