[Dica] Monitor your iPhone with Omnistat

[Dica] Monitor your iPhone with Omnistat

Even though iOS 8 is a formidable operating system, if you are an advanced user, in most cases it is difficult to do «something else», for example, to see how much RAM your iPhone is using.

But, if you are like us, who like to know everything that is happening on iOS, we recommend the Omnistat application, which with a very simple and direct operation shows the status of your iPhone, through various pertinent system information, which are: device, Wi-Fi, mobile network, storage, RAM, CPU and battery. In addition, it has a widget in the notification area extremely useful.

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The app’s home screen is very clean, showing all this data in a list, easy to view. In it you see, for example, the data consumption of the cellular connection and also of the Wi-Fi, the available storage, the RAM consumption, the remaining battery life time and the CPU usage.

The CPU usage is interesting, and a real-time graph shows the activity in more detail, and it also shows the processes running at the moment, which can help determine if an app is slowing down your system.

But the most interesting are the Notification Center widgets. You can select them separately for quick access to the information you find important.

For me the battery is the best of all, mainly because it shows how much time of use you still have, whether it is browsing, on call or standby. This helps you, for example, to plan an exit on the street and thus know whether or not you need to take the charger.

To activate the widgets is very simple: make sure your iPhone has the screen unlocked, slide your finger from top to bottom to open the Notification Center, touch the “Today” tab and scroll to the bottom of the list, where there is an “Edit” button, so just choose what you find useful.

Omnistat

Omnistat

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