Network Counter - count the consumption of Internet traffic byte-for-byte. The application has separatory count depending on the used network. You can see average data consumption per hour, day, month or year
MultiTouch Tester - is a software which will help you test multitouch work of your smartphone. Check how fast screen sensor responses and get the number of maximum simultaneous touches that is supported by your phone. Compare the recieved data with the characteristics stated by the manufacturer
Benchmark & Tuning Free - This app is a must have if you want to run a quick but precise benchmark on your Android phone, without wasting your battery's energy. The tested components will be your cpu, memory and input/output capabilities.
This app fully supports multi-core devices and gives you the possibility to choose between single-threaded or multi-threaded tests
DroidBench by Rohan Sharma - DroidBench is a benchmarking utility that checks the performance of your Android smartphone by performing a selection of tests. In addition, it shows comprehensive system information about your device
JavaInfoAndroidVersion: 1.6.4 Upload Date: 27 Aug 13
JavaInfo - JavaInfo is a handy and reliable application designed to perform a quick system scan in order to detect basic properties for the Java environment.
The output report will include amongst others, details such as version, architecture, platform, OS, supported class file version, etc
It is well known ,that CPU influences device performance , system stability or even battery consumption.If you are not proffesional it is hard to set up your CPU to achieve best performance (device speed),stability and minimalize battery consumption
IP Tools - a convenient and powerful tool for network analysis.
The program includes the most common tools that you can
found in Windows and Linux.All the need for information about the ip address or website
now in your device
RF Signal Tracker - The RF Signal Tracker is an engineering application for doing impromptu hand-held drive-tests with your Android phone. You can monitor the RSSI (received signal strength indication) for the phone as well as the serving cell locations, describe the cell site's zone of coverage, and save or playback that data