Welcome to the official companion app for the cryptoGlance server! This app is merely a direct interface to your cryptoGlance server installation, which is a prerequisite. Once you have downloaded and configured the server from http://cryptoglance.info, use this app to connect to it. Please read the README within the server to learn how to allow incoming connections from this app.
Don't expect a vast amount of extra features in this mobile tool, as it's main purpose is to give you quick and easy access to your cryptoGlance installation, and act as a form of (a small) donation via the Play Store purchase. We've put a lot into this hobby project of ours, including sacrificed nights and weekends. Your donations, very awesome, so kind, much appreciate.
What IS cryptoGlance?
Real-time updates in one spot, for all of your crypto components!
cryptoGlance is an open-source, self-hosted PHP webapp providing you with the ability to monitor and manage all of your crypto-currency components efficiently.
Complete Feature List:
(from the cryptoGlance server which this Android application connects to)
- Standalone version with installer (for Windows), or run the source code within your own (PHP) web server environment
- Obtains valid data directly from cgminer/sgminer
- Monitors and manages detailed statistics of multiple rigs/ASICs
- Switch pools and restart miners remotely
- Actively track pool stats and crypto address balances
- Responsive, mobile-friendly interface
- Companion Android app which easily allows you to access your cryptoGlance instance
- Realtime information display (no refresh needed)
- Secure login system
- Configurable warning and danger status with visual cues
- Create 'wallets' that are collections of your selected coin addresses, and display the balance
- Does NOT require your private keys
- MUCH MORE is planned! Follow us to find out when new features are released!
- Switching to HTTPS mode may not (in certain cases), cause the webviewer to load the https:// version of the site. Selecting QUIT from the menu and restarting the app should serve as a workaround to use HTTPS.
- To WangLee, LiteSaber, and our small group of beta testers
- To all of the open sourced projects that were utilized when building cryptoGlance (see server's README)
- Anubis for the inspiration to realize such a tool