Live wallpapers are a great way to awe your friends with your Android device. Unfortunately, due to the amount of resources they are thought to consume, live wallpapers are not really an everyday solution. The question may arise, are all live wallpapers created equally? The resources one may consume may not be as high as another, but how can we be sure?
XDA member optic76‘s dual core tablet application can help you monitor the CPU usage coming from your live wallpaper, as well as other applications. Tablet CPU Usage Monitor can help you answer the question above, and quite possibly help with finding a smooth live wallpaper by comparing CPU usage.
Great for monitoring your CPU Usage & Frequency when changing live wallpapers and other apps.
* Dual CPU core support
* Statusbar notification for CPU Frequency
* Statusbar notification for CPU Usage
* Multiple notification colors
* Configurable update interval
* App doesn’t run when screen is off (helps with battery life)
* Android Honeycomb support
* Auto start on boot
* & more
To start monitoring your applications and live wallpapers, visit the original thread._________
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