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Whenever an Android smartphone is not performing well, chances are the RAM and the CPU are almost full and sometimes this can affect the device speed operation and performance. The battery is another factor to consider as well. This is when the battery on your device is draining fast. You have no other option but to check your battery usage. In this post, we will be showing you the best app that you can use to visualize your CPU, RAM, and battery.
1. Energy Bar
Energy Bar is a great application that allows users to show their device battery percentage in a configurable colored bar at the top of their screen. Further, the app is also loaded with a wide range of customization options. For example, you can customize the battery indicator’s color and can also adjust its style & width.
Powerline is another pretty application that is similar to the Energy Bar. The app offers similar features and customization. Apart from showing you battery percentage, it also shows you indicators for CPY, Memory, Signal, WiFi, Phone Usage, and Storage. The good thing is that it allows you to add any number of indicators simultaneously on the screen. The app is easy to use and it also has a clean user interface.
Tinycore so far is one of the best status bar customization and system monitoring app that you can install directly from the Google Play Store. It allows users to adds a CPU and RAM indicator on the status bar. The indicator is just like a few pixels high lines added to the status bar’s top-right corner.
Battery Monitor just like the name suggests is an application that gives the details of the battery. Further, it provides other information like RAM, CPU usage in the form of tiny floating windows and widgets. When you tap on the floating window or widget, you will then have access to more details of the usage of battery, RAM, and CPU. To clear your device memory, just tap on the Boost option.
This application allows users to customize the look of the navigation bar. It also allows you to download and add custom images to the navigation bar. Apart from that, you can view the battery level of the phone right on the navigation bar.
Status is a bar app for Android OS that draws an overlay on top of the system status bar. The app lets you add various elements to the Status bar such as battery status, network states, accessibility services, and more.
This is a widget application for android phones. It’s a lightweight app, so it doesn’t consume many resources. This customizable battery widget helps you to see the battery percent on the Android home screen. You can even see the battery status in the status bar with this app.
This is a temperature monitoring and controlling app that detects and also closes high resource-consuming apps to reduce CPU usage and then lower the device temperature. You can also use this app to monitor and log device temperature in real-time.
Battery Meter Overlay is an app that shows the battery percentage at the top of the screen. It helps you to see if your battery is charged enough to run a game, play a movie, or browse the web. It comes with themes for meter colors and backgrounds. It also shows a meter on the lock screen with a notification.
10. CPU Monitor
This app work is to help you monitor your phone’s temperature, usage, and performance. This is a powerful app since you can use it to monitor your device’s CPU temperature. Further, it provides you with real-time details of frequency, history data, and many more. It has several widgets that you can use to display your RAM, Battery, and CPU usage.