Android smartphone performance
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If you like to know everything about your Android smartphone performance, you must be have interest in what it has. I mean what it has in the belly at all times. You will probably discover some interesting things you did not know before. There are many applications to control where your smartphone is in terms of memory, battery, processor, or network. Here are the best applications to monitor and test your Android Smartphone performance, and improve them if necessary. You can use one of the below apps

CPU Temperature of Android Smartphone Performance

Android smartphone performance
Android smartphone

It starts with an application that will be particularly useful. If you feel that your Android smartphone performance is heat a lot when you use somewhat greedy applications like games. The goal is not really to know the temperature of your CPU permanently. Even if it is interesting, it is not going to give us information. As in indispensable to analyze the performance of our smartphone. What is interesting with CPU Temperature is to know when and especially what application heats your processor. This way you can analyze effectively what is killing your battery.

It is interesting to analyze the temperatures of your battery and your processor. After that, just compare them to find out what is heating your Android smartphone performance. If you notice sudden increases in the temperature of your CPU, for no apparent reason, you have to be vigilant. A process may be in progress without you realizing it. If it is the battery that starts to heat up randomly. It may be time to check if it is still in good condition.

Android Smartphone Performance using Network Monitor Mini 

Android Smartphone Performance
Android Smartphone Performance

Want to know why you are toasting your V-speed data plan? Network Monitor Mini can help you find the answer. The principle is practical, the application displays discreetly, at the top or bottom of the screen. It can be anywhere you want with the PRO version. The downstream (download) and ascending (upload). The advantage is that you have the information in hand, ideal to know if your operator is lying to you. It’s also interesting to know where you will receive the signal at best. Why? So that your Skype conversation remains audible, for example.

The information is very discreet, they can be placed at the top or bottom, on the sides or in the center of the screen. If you like numbers, you can also check if a site (yours for example) is data-intensive.

Android Smartphone Tinycore

Android Smartphone Performance
Tinycore

On the same principle as Network Mini, Tinycore can display real-time data on your Android smartphone screen without depreciating the user experience. The application places a bar, whose size, colors and displayed data are configurable, just above the Android status bar and allows you to control at any time the processor activity, the use of RAM (memory Vivid) or simply a battery gauge.

The size of the bar and the colors used are customizable.

4Gmark

Android Smartphone Performance
4GMARK

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You were already told about 4Gmark, which allows you to check the status and quality of its data connection or a wireless network. It is complete, the test is optimize to consume less data and it allows you to know if your 4G operator really offers you 4G. It is interesting to test WiFi networks also, to optimize the placement of a box for example. I personally enjoyed traveling and testing my network all over my home. The developer also offers a site on which a map of 4G networks is searchable.

Memory Map

Android Smartphone Performance
Memory Map

It may sound surprising, but Memory Map is an application that allows you to simply manage files on your Android smartphone. What gives interest to the application is the way memory is represent. We see the files in the form of maps, each representing an “island” more or less big according to its size. It’s very handy to find files that take up too much space and that you’ve forgotten. For example, I deleted quite a few maps of some GPS applications which I do not use at all, but which are reinstall.

BONUS

Android offers naively many features that can help you get the most out of your smartphone or tablet, depending on your use. From the input speed to the animation of the windows, everything is modifiable or almost in the options for developers in particular.

Do not forget to take a look at the battery section of your smartphone as well as the page of each application. You will find interesting information to analyze your use and especially what applications make your Android smartphone!

Do you have other applications in mind to analyze the performance of your Android smartphone? Share it here if there is any. Is this article very useful?

 

 

 

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