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Lirum Device Info is the most complete and elegant application to retrieve real time status of your device. You will be able to monitor its performance, compare its specifications with other models and watch feedback from your device's sensors (magnetometer, accelerometer, gyroscope, GPS). Check out real battey status, voltage and wear level. Universal App for iPad/iPod Touch/iPhone EXCLUSIVE FEATURES: - Apple Watch Support - Displays phone diagnostics right on your watch! (Displays data from your iPhone on the Apple Watch, not the other way around) - Hardware Browser - Shows hardware tree of components inside the iOS Device; - Bluetooth LE Scanner - Shows Bluetooth LE devices in range and broadcasted data and signal strength; - Comparison of iPads, iPhones and iPod Touch generations (Resolution, Dimensions, Features, etc); - Real-time multicore optimized CPU Usage Monitor; - Memory allocation graph with "Force Memory Release" option; - Real-time graph of the Accelerometer/Magnetometer/Gyroscope/Barometer sensors; - GPS Receiver status data; - Hardware tests for Vibration/Flashlight features (on iPhones); - Touchscreen/LCD Color and Contrast tests; OTHER FEATURES: - Dimensions shown in american (imperial) or metric units (configurable); Hundreds of specifications, such as: Display - Size, Resolution, Pixels Count, Pixels Density, Aspect Ratio, Color Depth, Amount of Colours, Contrast Ratio; - Display Type, GPU Model, Number of GPU Cores, Latest OpenGL Version supported by the GPU; - Width, Height, Depth, Weight; CPU Informations - Real time multicore CPU graph; - CPU Name; - Number of Cores; - CPU Core Base; - CPU Clock, Maximum Clock, Current Clock (when variable); - Manufacturing Process; - CPU Pipeline Depth; - Cache L1, L2; - Instruction Set; - CPU Issue Width; - Out of Order Execution Feature; - "Designed by" and "Manufactured by" Information; System Data - Real time Memory Allocation graph; Connectivity - Wireless IP; - Cellular network IP; - Support for Wifi 802.11b,g,n; - Bluetooth Version; - Bluetooth A2DP, PBAB Profile, PAN, HID, HFP, EDR, AVRCP; - Frequencies for 2G and 3G GSM/CDMA Bands; - LTE (4G) Bands and Frequencies; - LTE Maximum Download/Upload Speed; - SIM Card Format / Slot; Camera - Both Cameras Resolution in Megapixels or in Pixels Resolution (width x height); - Both Cameras Pixels Count/Focal Ratio; - Tap to Focus/Macro/White Balance/IR Filter/Geo Tagging Support; - Face Detection/Flash/HDR Features; - Video Recording Resolution/Frames per Second count/Video Light/Stabilisation; Battery - Estimated Duration for: Browsing on Wifi, Browsing on 3G, Talking in 3G (iPhone only), Audio and Video Playback, GPS Navigation, Book reading and Standby; - Battery Type and Capacity in mAh; - Amount of Energy in W.h and Joules; - Battery Voltage (when fully charged); Sensors - GPS Receiver Data (Latitude and Longitude in both decimal and Degrees, Speed, Accuracy, Altitude, Last Time Updated); - Real-time Accelerometer/Magnetometer/Gyroscope monitors; - Presence of Gyroscope, Proximity Sensor, Ambient Light Sensor, Accelerometer, A-GPS Receiver, GLONASS Receiver and Digital Compass; Other Informations - Operating and Non operating Temperatures; - Maximum operating Altitudes; - Relative humidity; - Specific Absorption Rate (FCC US and Council of the European Union); Compare Devices - Allows the user to compare and export all of the information above; Check more details at http://www.liruminfo.com and http://www.lirumlabs.com
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While the app can be useful, I had a few questions about its option of my phone usage. Specifically, time using apps the phone has disabled. I don’t use the native mail app, preferring gmail, and so cannot see an email address to contact with. If I may suggest, if battery diagnostics showed the current charging voltage so we could analys chargers for their output voltage, it would be the first in the App Store and make the app worth buy all by itself. You’d sell 50k in a week. And a better graphic interface depiction of the devices cellular 4g reception in GBs. It was actually my reason for purchase. My provider consistently lies bout the reception I’m getting, to put me off (which you did indeed help me prove for the BBB complaint) and a more user friendly way to record that would be invaluable. A real-time dbm meter would be another first, as Apple killed field test mode a few versions back for some reason. No way to tell if lag is due to data or the phone itself having issues.
But that is not all the app is good for. The diagnostics alone would be worth it, but add the other informational benefits, this is simply the best utility app I have seen since my first iPhone! I would like to make a humble request, and I don’t know if Apple blocks this feature or just no one cares but me; I have an Apple Watch and only take my phone out of my pocket when I need to or am not in a public place (like subway) where I can enjoy it. One of the most frustrating things to do, is have to pull the phone OUT of my pocket to check the signal strength of the cell network only to find I have little to none. If Apple allows you to add the cell signal strength to the Apple Watch display I would pay to add that functionality as an upgrade to your app! I could look at my wrist and immediately KNOW whether or not it was worth it to pull out my phone OR if I should move to a different location first.
The generic information it provides can be pretty useful and interesting at times. The primary reason I bought it was to track battery health. It continues to do that despite Apple eliminating the ability to monitor some stuff that it used to be able to, and despite the fact that Apple now includes a battery health feature built-in to iOS the app is still useful because it provides more details like the design capacity of the battery and what the estimated max is mAh. At the time I'm updating this review (13 Sep 2018) my iPhone X is still running iOS 11.4.1, but my iPhone 6s and iPad Air are running the release version of iOS 12 which is now available 4 days early on devices that were enrolled in the beta and there is still no info other than the devices' designed battery capacity. The last time this app was updated was 10 months ago so hopefully it can be and will be updated for iOS 12.
Don’t believe the nitpicking reviews! This app represents a tremendous amount of work, not just gathering info but making a clean, responsive interface in near real-time AS the data is being gathered from the various components. Easy to use and a great way to dig deeper into understanding your Apple devices. My lament is with Apple’s consistent removal of essential dev tools and crippling their api’s. Would love to see the FCC force Apple to activate the FM radio, and watch Rogerio go to town showing us the details. Fine work. Helpful app across a broad selection of active and deprecated devices. Wonderful!
Great application if you really want to know whats on the inside of your new iOS device. Iv been using this app for about a year and loved it. I have noticed one minor issue and thats with the iPad 5th gen (2017). The issue being this app does not tell your the correct amount of ram the 5th gen iPad has. Its telling me that it has 3GB of ram and I know that this isnt true because Iv researched it online and used many other apps that report back 2gb of ram. Besides this minor flaw I love everything that this app has to offer, thank you(:
Developed by Rogerio Hirooka.
Lirum Device Info is ranking in Utilities & Reference
Last update was at Jul 31, 2021and the current version is 4.4.3.
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