It’s no mystery that the appearance and sense of iOS for iPhone is modeled after Apple’s Dashboard for Mac. It’s additionally no mystery that the gadget display widget is arguably the Dashboard’s “killer app.” It is always one of the pinnacle downloads from the Apple website.

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So, it is sudden that it has taken this long for an iPhone developer to breed that equal monitoring functionality and make it available for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Nevertheless, at lengthy last, the wait is over. System Manager for iPhone is here to reply to any question you may have approximately just what is going on at the back of the polished shell of your iDevice.


The look of this app is polished sufficiently that it can, without problems, be fallacious for local software. The developer has cleverly mimicked the “rubberized” appearance of the Mac Dashboard and the original dock for the iPhone. All appearances apart, System Manager is superb at what it sets out to do: tell you everything about your phone, from reminiscence utilization to tactics, battery lifestyles, and miscellaneous device information.

These numerous categories are without problems available within the app via tabs at the bottom of the display screen. Every tab comes with an accessible visualization of the facts that the System Manager has accumulated. For example, the device’s memory usage is displayed as a pie chart, so you can easily see what’s slowing down your overall performance or how much disk space you have left. Below the visualization, the app displays a clean-to-read chart of relevant records.

Even with hours and hours of playtime, one of the maximum not unusual issues users complain approximately is battery life. You can use this app to tune your iPhone’s electricity usage as well. In the battery tab, you will find a listing of how many mins of utilization you can expect to get if you were to apply your phone in numerous ways, from standby mode to three-D gaming and the entirety in between.