Check iPhone Memory, CPU, Battery, Usage Statistics, etc with DeviceStats

Mar 10, 2011 - 11 Comments

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DeviceStats is a cool iOS app that lets you easily gather technical usage statistics about your iPhone. Some of the things you’ll be able to quickly see within the app include:

  • Device memory usage, including page in and outs (similar to the Mac Activity Monitor)
  • Battery statistics & status, including how much time you have for internet, talk, music, and video
  • Running processes
  • Load average
  • Storage space usage
  • Last reboot time
  • MAC address & IP address
  • Console access directly on the device (you otherwise need to use iPhone Config Utility on a Mac)

If you’re interested in this kind of stuff, get DeviceStats for free while it lasts on the iTunes App Store.

Update: well that was a quick sale, the developer raised the price back to $0.99. Thanks to those who pointed this out.

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Posted by: Matt Chan in iPhone

11 Comments

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  1. Steven says:

    Nice, like iStat on the iPhone

  2. Rick says:

    App is not free, you must pay 99 cents for it.
    3/10/11

  3. Donut says:

    even the app’s description page says its FREE for a limited time. but the buy button says $0.99

  4. Marino Marco says:

    When I checked app store it was written free so I began downloading. When I finished the download the app vanished and i got the message “this app is being changed right now”. Unbelievable hahaha

  5. Kaylo says:

    Yeah… free as in paid, rather than free as in… er…

  6. SNapple says:

    Hey MAC the lemmings are following PC offers alternatives

    WTF withthe Free App .99 is not free

  7. A-hA says:

    I have it cached as free in my web browser, but when I go to buy, it’s $1! ArhhH!

  8. Eric says:

    Whats with all the wining.

    It was free and then the developer saw a spike or this blog and raised it back up. Send your complaints to the developer.

  9. Dogboy says:

    I LOL at people who pay $200 for a phone, pay an exorbitant montly service fee, and then boo hoo about paying $0.99 for an app for which they got the phone in the first place.

  10. iUser says:

    One buys a $200 phone so that it has such functionality like memory usage and statistics apps within it.
    it should not need you to buy an additional app for such basic checks..

    it is like buying windows 7 OS and then buy a task manager application to see what process is running on the OS…LOL!!!

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