Been using for over 5 years and still love it! I use this as a task and application manager. Provides a lot of useful information on what is happening with my devices as well as archiving my apps. But, it's time for the dev's to get with the program and offer the choice of archiving to external or internal storage as an option instead of only using internal storage. When you have a large number of apps installed, the archive directory can get rather large quickly.
System Panel: A Hidden Jewel - A true app archiver/installer System Panel: Go pro, it's worth every penny. Even if you're not interested in knowing your device intimately, the archiving of apps for later re-installation is priceless. I archive all of my apps, updates too & keep archived copies after I delete apps. This saved me $ - went to re-download a game but it went paid so I installed my archived copy & I was back in business. One thing, why does battery discharge rate graph only show 12% per/hr & CPU discharge % doesn't add up even close to 100% Please comment
Love it! This has come in handy finding out what was killing my battery so fast, as well as one system app that was using nearly 100% CPU all the time. Unfortunately I had to FDR to fix it. Suggestion: Would like to see an option for a custom time range in History, or more time ranges.
Beyond great Been using this app since my HTC hero. I've downloaded it on every android device ive ever owned. Recommended it so many times I cant keep track. This app has never failed to help me and seems like it will continue to stand the test of time. Only thing it needs is a ui update. Functionality is rock solid.
notification icon! this is the only app of five that hasn't been optimized to kit kat and the only one my notification tray that isn't white... it looks terrible... overall the app works very well, had it for years
Top Notch I've been using this since Eclair on my Nexus 1. Now on my 5th device and I still find this app useful. Many times it has helped me identify battery drain problems. Keep up the good work.
SystemPanel2 development is progressing well! There's no beta available yet, but please make any feature requests/suggestions here: https://plus.google.com/communities/100509794164106459437
This release, SystemPanel 1.3.1, is a very minor update. CPU temperature was added (on some devices that report it). Added install/update dates to installer details screen. Added listing of installed sensors to Device Info screen. Additional trivial fixes.