PingRoidAndroidVersion: 1.0 Upload Date: 13 May 11
PingRoid is a ping application for Android devices. Ping by host name or IP address. It can indicate any packet loss and other relevant stats as a result of the ping.
If you leave it blank, the app will ping your local IP address
HostMon is a simple utility to keep a track of hosts that are online using a mobile phone. It uses ping on the Android phone to check host availability. This is being developed for the Android platform and is inspired from sntop utility.
This tool is mostly helpful to administrators. One can check the status of machines. You can also ssh into a specific host
Pigs Can Fly Site Monitor is a site monitoring application for Android phones. Pigs Can Fly Site Monitor (pcfsm) behaves like other regular site monitoring software, polling your website at customizable intervals to ensure it is online
Nightly Tester Tools for Mobile - this extension adds a few extras useful to those who regularly test nightly builds of Mobile Firefox (i.e. "Fennec").
· Quit Fennec (when only one last is open)
· Send build id to Pastebin.com
· Send list of extensions to Pastebin.com
· Send contents of about:support to Pastebin
TAP Benchmark - This app is aiming to give you better numbers for comparing different filesystems used in various lagfixes. It should also work for different phones, so that you can compare performance between them
RealBenchAndroidVersion: 1.4.1 Upload Date: 19 Nov 10
RealBench is an application for benchmarking the file system. For now it has just one benchmark -- a benchmark that heavily stresses the file system for both reading and writing, as well as heavily stressing ram and the garbage collector. Basically, this is a benchmark designed to do as poorly as possible with the SGS's stock problems
Touch TestAndroidVersion: 1.4 Upload Date: 1 Nov 10
Touch Test - Shows display parameters, multiple touch points, and trails to let you see how linear your touchpanel is. Different hardware supports 1, 2, or more fingers -- see which yours is. Note Android before 2.0 supported only single touch. Please see the help for more info