Perfect - Used it since beginning I've used this app since my nexus one and it's the one and only app that shows my usage and each app CPU usage, including system CPU usage. I take note specifically of idle periods and usually my CPU hovers below 0.5% total. Marshmallow seems to no longer show the cached apps in the main view, hope that comes back or gets added soon (hope its not an OS limitation with 6.0). This app is near perfect.
Excellent I've used this one since my first Android phone, to track rogue apps, ro find memory leaks, and whatever else. It's my Linux "top' command for android, but better, because it has charts and other graphic representations of type data. Highly recommended.
No longer works on my Nvidia Shield Tablet running 5.1.1. Still working on my Moto X 2013, but I've got a System Update waiting to be installed & doubt it will work after I install that. Was good while it lasted. My previous review was using an HTC Evo (the original with WiMax on Sprint o_O).
Not much use in Lollipop I used it user it back in 4.0.1. But I don't find it much useful now. Needs updates, app should go root and add more advanced features
Powerful monitor, dated UI This app easily has the most powerful system/battery monitoring I've come across. It's the only monitor app I've found that actually gives a breakdown of "Android OS" or "Android System". However, this app desperately needs a material UI update and better organization. For instance, to find the top battery consuming apps (including system packages grouped under "Android OS") you have to: Enable/Open the monitor >> History >> Plot (dropdown) >> Top Users. That's a mess to find without knowing in advance.
Great tool for your Android device. I've used this app for years, install to every device. So easy to quickly see what is going on when you have problems or if optimising your app arsenal. I most use it for seeing how my resources are being used and which apps I can be rid of when they are too greedy for their own usefulness, especially when running at boot and staying resident in memory when they should not need to.
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.