The Latest version of Elixir 2 v2.37.5 is update on June 17, 2014. If you were already using Elixir (first version) you know what we’re talking about. If not, we recommend you to directly get Elixir 2 since it has been enhanced and overtakes its previous version regarding both performance and interface. Elixir 2 is a system monitor app that contains lots of highly configurable widgets that display info about battery, cpu usage, memory usage, internal and external storage, wifi, APN, GPS, bluetooth, sync, airplane mode, sensors and many more. This way you’ll have a quick access to all that Android system features that you use most. Elixis 2 though, is way more than a simple info tracker and displayer. It claims to replace built-in Android system management features. For example, you can manage apps installed in your device, uninstall them, move them to your SD card, view logs or any system detail related to them. Likewise, you can manage status bar, sensors, running apps, widgets and many more. You can even backup/restore your device from Elixir. Tamás Barta has focused on enhancing the app regarding feature, although also regarding scenery. Dashboard looks now pretty good and it’s way more accessible. A quantum leap over its previous version.
This will give you a number of levels based on your phone’s hardware — battery, internal storage, external storage, live processor usage levels, memory, WiFi signal, bluetooth, location, display information, airplane mode, synchronization, audio levels, camcorder information and input devices. Additionally here you can see software details — build, operating system, settings, configuration, clipboard contents, environment variables, features, Java system properties and shared libraries.
Design and UI :
Elixir 2 looks quite good, with its black background and off-white icon theme. The layout is simple and all the features you need are easy to access. It doesn’t aspire to to be a beautiful app, and nor does it rely on impressing you with aesthetics, but it does look professional and cool. The depth of this application, and the way you really are straight into the heart of it when you start using it, might put a beginner off. The widgets are great but some people may find the array of options hugely overwhelming. There’s no kind of filter to sift some out, so navigating some of the more intimate functions could probably confuse many.
As system information control apps go, I have never encountered anything quite like Elixir 2. At first glance it’s a free little app with a few add-ons, but beneath this cosy exterior is an extremely powerful tool. I imagine developers, designers and full-on Android uber-geeks would still be impressed with the functionality here.
The thing that struck me about using the app is just how quick it is. It genuinely feels like it is retrieving information from the very deepest guts of your phone, but it takes no longer than a couple of seconds to get the results you might want. Controls are responsive and speedy and it has a really rich feel to it.
- open system screens from one place
- displays hardware information: battery, internal/external storage, cpu, memory, telephony, wifi, bluetooth, nfc, location, display, audio, airplane mode, camera, camcorder, input devices, usb
- displays software information: synchronization, accessibility, build, operating system, settings, configuration, clipboard, drm, environment variables, features, java, media effects, shared libraries
- change settings (brightness, screen timeout, …), do actions (mount/unmount sd, clear cache, start bluetooth discovery, …), turn things on/off (apn, wifi, bluetooth, auto-brightness, rotation, …)
- displays installed applications: code, data and cache size, network traffic; launch, uninstall, clear cache, move to sd, organize applications by labels, batch mode, enable/disable applications or components
- displays running and recent processes / services / tasks: pid, cpu usage, memory usage, total cpu, network traffic, view logs of a process, kill background processes, batch mode
- displays output of the top linux command
- shortcuts to widgets, application labels or Elixir screens
- statusbar icon can display values in different form
- can handle profiles: turn toggles, change settings, launch applications by one click
- displays sensor information, turn sensors on/off, microphone
- file browser
- generating and sending reports
- multiple widget sizes, each can be disabled
- small widget icons, up to 7*7 icons per screen.
- open widgets from shortcuts, put to notification area or home screen.
- widget performance screen
- customize widget icons by icon packs
- various widget backgrounds, custom color, background image, changeable transparency
- different icon sizes
- change label position/color/size, hide labels
- backup/restore widget definitions
- change image, label, refresh rate of widget types
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