Internals allows you to keep an eye on your device stats - 50 copies up for grabs!

By Michael Hepples on 24 Aug 2010 09:18 am EDT
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Internals is a new application for those who feel the need to monitor their device stats, from the same company that brought you AntennaGate. Building on the premise of AntennaGate, they have expanded the idea into a full device monitoring application, covering battery, app memory and storage memory in addition to signal strength. This information can be used as a great diagnostic for your usage, giving you clues aboutwhat apps are eating up your battery life, or taking up app memory. Each "meter" has it's own set of options, allowing you to drill down to specifics by setting different refresh rates or view different information about the function you are monitoring. For example, thebattery display allows you to see a graph of your charge, the battery temperature, or the voltage output. Clicking the "report" function will show you an entry by entry log of the information displayed on the graph in text form. Users looking to beta test applications could find this to be an invaluable tool for sending feedback, enabling them to accurately display their memory and battery usage while testing a new build. I used it over the weekend to do some device optimization, ditching a couple of battery and memory heavy apps that were slowing me down. Available in the CB store for $7.99.

Contest: We have 50 copies of Internals to give away! Just leave a comment on this post to enter. Contest ends this Sunday at Midnight PST. Please only leave one comment, multiple entries won't count.

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Internals allows you to keep an eye on your device stats - 50 copies up for grabs!

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I am first leaving post, so I want my reward !!! :-)))) I am only JOKING...

CYA, and thanks again to CRACKBERRY

I'd really like it to see exactly how strong my Berry's wi-fi antenna is compared to my laptop.

Thanks for the contest CB!

Thanks for the Freebie possibility! I could really use this as could many around me here at work.

Nice, this is the reason why I'm constantly surfing Crackberry.com; to learn about innovative apps like this. Definitely look forward to checking it out :-)

Great App !! If I didn't win, I will buy it anyway ..

(count me in, it's better to win than buy, isn't it ?) .. XD

Great App !! If I didn't win, I will buy it anyway ..

(count me in, it's better to win than buy, isn't it ?) .. XD

This is a real cool app that I really think I could use. It would be fun to play with too and look at all the meters.

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I always like to have those kind of system monitoring applications for my PC. Having one for my blackberry would be awesome!

looks like a useful app now all i need is a bb to use it on incase i win... damn me and my forgetfulness teach me to put a phone ontop of a car :/

Wow this looks like a great application. I was needing this the other day as something was killing my battery. Still not sure what exactly the issue is but it has stopped for now.

Sounds like a great app for one wanting the best out of his/her Blackberry. Would be great to have this on my Bold 9700

Internals would be deployed as my Antesiologist. Monitoring the life functions of my BB as I pick its brains and do experiments with OS crash ramifications. WoA Ha Ha! (rubbing hands together, like the mad Dr on the Robot Chicken show)
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This is perfect for when OS6 comes out, that way with already minimal memory space, I can maximize space as much as I can. Thanks CrackBerry!!

Would love to win to use when debugging beta apps. it'd be nice to know when I updated some application, and my battery starts cooking, that it is definitely the app that is sucking my battery to death.

I read the intro for this app and I would love a copy as I'm a Blackberry Addict and this app would do nicely on my Bold 2 - my email address is barrettrs@gmail.com so send me a COPY PLEASE and Thanks in advance

Sounds like a great app for MY device so please draw my name out of your hat! Sound like a good idea for using to test some dev apps too so I can tell if I'm going to drain someone's battery.

I spend all day looking at the internals of humans.....I'd like to get the internal of my trusty BlackBerry next. TPorter

i've had my blackberry now for almost 2 months and for the life of me, i cant figure out my battery life since i'm still new to it all. this app would help out sooooo much!! hoping i win :)

i've had my blackberry now for almost 2 months and for the life of me, i cant figure out my battery life since i'm still new to it all. this app would help out sooooo much!! hoping i win :)

Since I live in a third world country and can't afford these fine apps, but if they're given to me for free, I can brag about how incredible crackberry.com is =P

Very cool!

Looks like a useful, expanded replacement for MeterBerry, which seems to be no longer developed and broken on newer phones..

I love keeping an eye on the internals of my BB

I have been looking for a program that does what Internals offers since I first got my BlackBerry. I would like to know what features to turn off when the battery is low. I hope it works on the Storm2. And I hope I win a copy.

Gotta keep my poor little Curve 8330 running another 8 months until I can upgrade. (Maybe longer. Don't want to appear too anxious when renegotiating.)

So, let's find out why it occasionally gives up and reboots.

(Love this stuff. "Top", "VMStat", and "PS" (and, ok, "perfmon") are my favorite words.)

Jamie

This really looks like a excellent useful app. I would like to try it out on my 9700. Thanks for the opportunity Crackberry.

just got on the crack today. still figuring the device out but i learned how to try and get free shit long ago... cmon beginners luck!!

I always like to keep track of what's happening inside my phone and anything that can help squeak out some more battery life is going to be great.

Mike