Works on HTC One S It's great, I've got the cpu temp displayed in a widget on the home screen and the battery temp showing in the notifications bar. There are a lot of options for monitoring/displaying temperatures via preferences in the menu of the main app. I'm knocking off one star as it registers my cpu as a ARMv7 (should be a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4) and does not recognise the battery temp sensor vendor - sort this out and I'll update my rating to 5 stars. Is it worth the money? - YES.
Awesome Just what I wanted. A small number in my notification bar to see current temperature of cpu or battery. Also can change the color to match your theme, and set the time between temp updates to further apart if you want to possibly save a bit more battery. Note: you have to press the android menu button in the app to pull up the options to enable these things.
Excellent Besides a one minor typo and my desire for a smaller widget, this is the best one of it's kind. Great job
No option menu HI, why can't I find the option menu in this apps. I have already sent you an email reporting this problem 5 days ago, still waiting for your response. Thx
"Support for this feature [CPU Temp] is not enabled on this device.....". Other apps (CPUZ) are able to get the CPU temperature, so it is possible, (unfortunately CPUZ has no facility for showing the temperature in the status bar).
Does Its Job Well It can see the sensor on my gs3 CPU. Dev keeps this baby up to date!
* Added device support for CPU temp: Galaxy Nexus, Droid Razr, Razr Maxx, Droid 4, Some Tegra2 based devices.
* Updated notification resolution
* Add 'Kill App' button to menu
* Code Updates and Bug Fixes
* More optimization