Intel® Performance Viewer

Intel® Performance Viewer

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Intel® Mobile Performance Viewer for Android* is a performance monitoring tool that displays collects information about the foreground application and displays it in a real time graph. The graph is displayed as a continuously running overlay widget. Use the application for quick debugging, profiling, or for identifying resources your device is using. On rooted devices, you also can gather low-level hardware performance data.
Other options include the ability to change the graph location, duration, color, transparency, and size. Note that the system may kill the graph service at any time. To restart the graph you must restart the Intel® Mobile Performance Viewer for Android* application
The tool collects the following metrics:
-CPU usage
-Memory usage
-Network I/O
On rooted devices you may also collect system wide data, show the data by CPU when possible and analyze the following metrics, depending on the architecture:
-CPU Cycles
-Cache Misses
-Branch Misses
-Bus Cycles
-Instructions Retired
-Context switches
-Page Faults
-CPU Migrations

Comments and ratings for Intel® Performance Viewer
  • (67 stars)

    by Glenn Hoffman on 09/05/2014

    ;):)

  • (67 stars)

    by balaji lalith on 07/04/2014

    Nice....

  • (67 stars)

    by Min Thant Htoo on 17/01/2014

    Overlay UI is bad. It should be more customizable and auto start. Also status lines and numbers are too thin and transparent to see quickly.

  • (67 stars)

    by Paul Farquhar on 23/09/2013

    I would like to see summed metrics (e.g. amount of data transferred over time)

  • (67 stars)

    by Ramesh Peri on 18/09/2013

    The app gives some good metrics about the platform and understand what is going underneath the hood at hardware level if you have right device. In order to get the hardware metrics one needs to ensure that the kernel has "perf" support in it. In some cases it may involve rebuilding the kernel with this support turned on and getting that kernel loaded by unlocking the bootloader on the phone/tablet

  • (67 stars)

    by Jeff McVeigh on 18/09/2013

    Very cool!