Finding all the secrets of your phone is complicated, in fact, you need a very advanced and advanced Android reading if you intend to fully investigate all the information on the phone. However, there are some very interesting apps that make your job easier. We're talking about Inware, a is a free app that alerts you to every corner of your phone.
CPU-Z style, Inware enters your phone to provide you with all the information of its components: processor, battery, cameras … Next, we analyze this exciting app that you can know all about your phone, both software and network.
Inware, the app is to know all the information inside your phone
As we mentioned, Inware is an app that you can download for free from the Play Store. It has a size of 2.5, megabytes, so it won't take up space on the phone. Once installed, you must ** give permission to access the calls, location, media and files * on the device for it to work properly.
This will bring you to the main screen of Inware, where that information for mobile devices will already be displayed. The data is divided into categories: System, Device, Hardware, Memory, Camera, Network, Communication, Media DRM, and Battery. Just load the bar again click on one of those sections to see the elements contains.
Inware has proven to be more advanced in component analysis than other applications like the CPU-Z. The first tab is System, where you can see the Android version of the phone, build number, kernel version or for how long the device has been active.
If you go to device, you can know from model to resolution and screen refresh rate, in addition to Android ID and Google Services. In third place is Hardware, provided, details of all the cores and the material used. Memory is the fourth available tab, where you can find the capacity and use of RAM and internal storage.
But the Camera tab, shows you data like megapixels, aperture or image stabilization for front and rear cameras. When we go to Networks, you can see downloads and upload speeds and data related to Wi-Fi (if you use it) and signal strength, MAC address or subnet mask.
Finally, Inware comes into your Android mobile connection to provide you data over Bluetooth, DRM media to give you useful data on things like Widevine CDM, and in the battery, where you can read data such as voltage, temperature or technology uses it.
In addition to fully analyzing every part of your phone and providing you with that information, Inware also stands out as an easy-to-use app. When you click on the drop of water that appears in the top right corner, several different circles of different colors can be selected when choosing an app display tone.
In addition, from the gear point to the right of the drag icon you can access the app settings, where you can change the features of the display, disable other test functions
In short, Inware is one of the most complete apps you can find in the Play Store if you want to know all the features of your phone. If you're interested, you already know that you can download it for free and it only takes 2.5 megabytes.