iStatistica is a system and activity monitor for iOS. It includes notification center widget and a dashboard in application. iStatistica supports dark and light theme, basic and expert mode. Simply slide out Notification Center to keep an eye on your memory, storage, battery usage and network activity.
iStatistica for iOS is fully localized in English, French, German, Spanish and Russian.
Realtime CPU, Memory and Disk graphs:
Detailed information on your battery’s current state:
What’s being sent and received, including a bandwidth:
Detailed information on your Mac's CPU, GPU sensors:
* - ejecting drives, battery cycles and health are available in iStatistica for Mac only.
** - battery capacity and remaining time information are based on public technical specifications of devices running iOS. Mac version provides full battery capacity and cycles information including depreciation.
*** - sensors plugin is required for temperature, fan speeds and disk IO monitoring.
**** - Imagetasks own web services are used for ip/country detection. No personal data is being used or logged.
Advanced System Monitoring For The Mac mcsolo.com
... iStatistica tracks all that moves inside your Mac beyond RAM, CPU, and Disk. It even displays a network map so you can see the external WAN IP address, the internal IP address assigned to your Mac, and the router IP address. Plus, it monitors, in real time, incoming and outgoing traffic in speed and data ...
Your Mac has plenty of built-in sensors which monitor temperature, fans, and other functions. iStatistica’s Sensor Plugin (free) is an extra step download which adds even more sensor data to the window display. Depending upon the Mac, the Sensor Plugin monitors fan speeds, CPU and GPU temperatures. ...
iAm And iUse iMac And iStatistica mac360.com
... Think of iStatistica as the modern dashboard of system functionality that Apple forgot about including in OS X long ago. Sure, there’s Activity Monitor in the Utilities folder, but it’s an arcane relic of the past with more detailed information than most Mac users ever want to see.
iStatistica is an elegant, graphical way to view much of the same system detail, but without the overhead. Click the Mac’s Menubar and all is revealed (in light or dark theme; your choice) ...
Great app thats gives system info at glance Mac AppStore GB
... mac system monitor gives you memory info & usage, disk info & usage, processor info & usage, bandwidth usage, base system specs (cores, ram) Batery info including cycles current battery overall health even stats on the current and max mAh and modem connectivity. All this within LITERALLY a two finger swipe… LITERALLY ...
Try iStatistica free for 3 days. To get a free trial of iStatistica for your Mac click Download. Trial version includes all functionality, supports iStatistica Sensors plug-in for temperature and fan speed monitoring.
iStatistica Sensors Plug-in enables temperature and fan speeds monitoring. Keep an eye on CPU, GPU, memory temperature, observe fan speeds (rpm) and get hdd disk IO statistics with mac system monitor. Sensors Plug-in helps iStatistica being most advanced system monitor on the App Store.
iStatistica 4.0 or higher offers web-access to track CPU, Memory, Disk or Sensors statistics over local area network. Just enable web-access in application settings and point your browser to Mac's address.
iStatistica supports GET requests to provide specific information:
where xx.xx.xx.xx is the address of your mac and yyyy is the port defined in iStatistica settings.
CPU utilization number
Number of physical cores
Number of logical cores
JSON object containing each core utilization number
Total memory installed in bytes or as localized text
Ip-address of router
Local ip address
Current download speed
Current upload speed
Downloaded since restart
Uploaded since restart
JSON object containing all connected drives and free/used space
Returns 1 if battery is charging
Current charge of battery or UPC
Number of cycles
List all sensors and temperatures in C
List all fans and RPM data
Bytes written to disk since restart
Bytes read from disk since restart