Monitee v0.2.8 – Android server remote monitoring application
Purchased version for $ 0.99 for the first time in Iran

All Internet sites or software that are running are undoubtedly connected to a powerful server. Apart from these computer servers, they have various applications and users are able to use them to run some of their programs or commands 24 hours a day and make the most of any software. But maintaining and monitoring servers is not always easy and requires special knowledge. In this post, we want to introduce you to an open source project and enable you to monitor your servers. MoniteeTitle is a special application for remote monitoring of servers, which was developed by Krillsson for Android and published in the big Google Play Market. This software, with its numerous features and capabilities, allows its users to view the information of their servers at any time and know how much CPU each user has occupied. The amount of data storage memory, the read and write speed of the hard disk, the running processes, the display of the current temperature of the server and… are just some of the information that this smart tool provides you. Finally, we must say that the three operating systems Windows , Macintosh and Linux are supported by Monit, which is unique in its kind.

Some features and capabilities of Monitee Android application:

  • Full monitoring of your remote servers
  • Supports Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems
  • View the amount of CPU consumed by each user
  • Display component processes by servers
  • Access the server temperature and be informed of any danger
  • Display various network metrics such as speed of sending and receiving information

Monitee application with various features and capabilities has been able to get a score of 4.1 out of 5.0 by Google Play users with its price of $ 0.99, which you can now download the latest version of it from the popular Usroid site; Our version provides all the features for free and in an ad-free environment.

Changes in version v0.2.8:

* Changes in SSL to prepare Let’s Encrypt support in sys-API 0.9