This is an early access/development release of SystemPanel 2. Please report any bugs or suggestions you have to email@example.com.
SystemPanel 2 is a re-imagining of SystemPanel from the ground up. The UI has been entirely redesigned, with the main screen now providing an overview of your device’s recent behavior/activity. More detailed information is available from the left slide out panel, or by tapping on items on the overview page. Material Design is used throughout.
This app is under active development, more features will be added in upcoming releases.
The app is designed to work with or without root access. Root access is recommended on Android 7 and later, because Android 7 adds some fairly draconian restrictions on the ability for a user to see what is running on his/her device. SystemPanel will not use root by default, but you can enable it on the “General” settings page. Version 2 is greatly expanding support for root users, with features such as enabling/disabling apps, permissions, and individual services.
SystemPanel 2 is not being distributed as an upgrade to the original SystemPanel. You can even have both versions on your device at the same time. Version 2 no longer uses a pay-to-unlock-all-features revenue model. All features are free. It has “native” ads, and you can pay a couple of bucks to remove them permanently. The ads are intended to blend into the UI so they aren’t distracting, they don’t animate, and they don’t annoy. The ads are marked with “AD” to avoid confusion.
Thank you for testing!
- Added top-level “Analysis” section. “Analysis” directly suggests processes that may be actively consuming battery/resources. This section is under development and should be considered experimental.
- Tablet-specific layouts.
- Improved performance, most notably in “History” section.
- No longer displaying mobile data information for devices without mobile data.
- New/Updated apps shown in app overview/listing.
- Aesthetic improvements
- Graphical context menus