[in]Sanity's Hardware Profiler aims to be the answer to that question. Our application talks directly to the device hardware. With a clean interface, and a easy-to-understand readout, the app allows you to inspect the capabilities of your CPU, GPU and other features such as Vibration, Accelerometer, Gyro and friends.
* Device Core Information: Model, CPU, RAM, OS.
* Graphics Processing Unit Information: All the geeky stuff you could want.
* Subsystem Support: Vertex Programs, Motion, etc.
* No Ads: A pure, pleasant user experience should not come with advertisements.
We're open to suggestions and bug reports. You can report them here: http://coburndomain.net/forums/topic/293-insanity-hardware-profiler/ .
We hope this app helps you as much as we did making it. By purchasing this app, you're helping a young android app and game studio make bigger and better creations for the Android platform, and we thank you for your purchase.
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For developers with all the diverse devices it is easy to get confused. Is a device large, normal, small with high dpi or low dpi? Which Android version is it running and how much memory and CPU does it have?
This is a app that quickly shows a list of relevant quantifiers that determine what kind of device you have.
System Profiler displays real time graphs that can be set from 1 - 10 second refresh interval. The Device Information screen shows you detailed information about your Android device including OS Version, Wifi and cellular network information and Battery Status.
You can also see al the processes that are currently running on the device.
PVRMonitor gives immediate feedback on an application’s performance, without having to connect to an external profiling tool such as PVRTune.
Stats shown by the application include:
· CPU: Load
· GPU: Total Pixel Load
· GPU: Total Vertex Load
· GPU ALU: Pixel Load
· GPU ALU: Vertex Load
This tool is part of the PowerVR Insider Graphics SDK 3.3