SystemPanel App for Android Review

| January 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

SystemPanel app for Android is a task manager, app manager, and system monitor rolled into one. The app provides info on CPU, memory, storage, which applications are running, and what apps are still in system cache even though they are inactive. SystemPanel Android app can be downloaded for $2.99.

SystemPanel App Features

The most noticeable aspect of SystemPanel app for Android is its ease of use. It provides easy-to-understand stats, and lists the running programs in your Android phone. If you got battery draining apps, you can seek them out. Let’s see one-by-one the major features of Android SystemPanel application. The TASK MANAGER displays what applications are currently loaded into memory and/or running on your phone, including current CPU and memory utilization for each. Using task manager, you can kill offending applications, and it comes with an emergency “end all” widget to handle extreme scenarios.

The SYSTEM MONITOR feature can be used to record device usage history over a period of time (i.e. up to one week); this will let you determine what applications and usage patterns have the greatest impact on battery life. In other words, this utility comes handy to track down those power hungry apps you might have in your phone. The system monitor records CPU usage for each process, overall CPU usage, display usage, battery level, and battery charging status.

The INSTALLER let you install/uninstall apps quickly and easily. Further, it can archive multiple versions of applications, so that you can backup your apps before an update and revert back to older versions afterward if you happen to find the latest installation buggy and unreliable. Interestingly, it works better than Android’s stock utility.

Finally, the DEVICE INFORMATION utility displays detailed information about your Android device, including storage, capabilities, network state, and OS build information. The user interface is well designed; you won’t have trouble decoding the wealth of system information it displays. SystemPanel Android app is compatible with Android OS versions 1.5 or later.


SystemPanel app for Android is quite user friendly. From letting one figure out the apps that drains the battery and kill offending apps to being able to archive multiple versions of the app, it got a handful of features that appeal to the regular user. And the best part is that one could use the app even if they don’t fully understand the stats they look at. Overall, a handy monitoring utility to have in your phone.

Category: Android Apps, Tools

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