former superb app seems to be abandonware used to be best of type by far for monitoring and NON-auto task killing. Good for a free app, but not fully functional with Marshmallow. Price, in relative market terms seems tad expensive for the full version, especially given that several functions don't work any more since Android 6.0, and despite claims to contrary, has not been updated for a year to cope with major changes within Android.
Um just wasted my money The app is not what I paid for and didn't get a chance to refund. Can we have a reply please? As to when app will be fixed for Android 7. If you have Android 7 don't buy this until developer fixes issues
Really cool every thing you wanted to know about your android but were afraid to ask so much info even the speed of your wifi it helps me max out my phone and lets me know what its up to one thing on multi core devices the cpu temp has an error im not sure i could hold my phone if its cores ran at 52952.1
Used to be one of the best. I have used this for years. But it no longer works on an LG phone running Android 5.1. It only shows it's own process (seems useless). On my Samsung GS4 running Android 4.3 , it works perfectly. No updates in over a year. Google broke it but I don't see this guy updating his software anytime soon. Seems like abandonware. Sucks. B.M.
What happened? It now only shows its own process! What happened to the others! Been using this app for many years. But not as useful now :(
How is it possible ? I had previous version (1.3.1) still working after lollipop upgrade. And now, I installed this update to have that major regression : no more visibility of system processes, or services. If it's because of Android modifications, how could previous version of app still get this information ?
This release restores the major functionality of SystemPanel for 5.1.1/6.0 devices. It works around undocumented design changes in Android 5.1.1 and Android 6.0 which deliberately removed the ability to query information about running applications on a device. See https://plus.google.com/+TodLiebeck/posts/FjQDXnTzKb3 for additional information on the issue.