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Sunday, January 20, 2019

Description of App

iMySystem shows you tons of information about your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch iOS device. This includes over 60 pieces of information separated into 7 categories: system, memory, network, location, media, folder and process.

A wealth of extremely useful detailed information designed to help you get a handle on your iOS device. Easily check free memory, free disk space, network speeds and more.

This is a universal app, buy it once, use on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.

All the useful information is nicely organized in sections in one easy display. You can customize what you see by collapsing sections you do no want to view. Currently includes 63 pieces of information (see below).

All, specific sections or individual pieces of information can be copied to the clipboard so that you can use the information where you desire. All information can be shared using email.

Each individual section can be collapsed or expanded. State is saved between sessions.

Can collapse or expand all sections.

AirPrint support for printing.

Copy the information for all sections to the clipboard.

Copy a specific section such as 'network' to the clipboard by clicking on the section heading.

Copy an individual piece of information by selecting and copying the information using the standard select and copy procedures.

Share all information using email.

Information summary:

A. System Information:
1. Model
2. Name
3. System Name
4. System Version
5. System Uptime (time since last reboot)
6. Device Type
7. Disk Space
8. Free Disk Space
9. Screen Resolution
10. Unique Identifier (UDID)
11. Battery Level
12. Processors (processor count and processors active)
13. CPU Speed
14. Bus Speed
15. Orientation
16. Acceleration
17. Multitasking
18. Accessories
19. Proximity Sensor
20. Carrier

B. Memory Info:
21. Free Memory
22. Used Memory
23. Total Memory
24. Active Memory
25. Inactive Memory
26. Wired Memory
27. Purgeable Memory

C. Network Info:
28. Network (Wifi, 3G or none)
29. Response Time (including range of response times)
30. IP Address
31. Cell Address
32. Bonjour Services
33. MAC addresses

D. Location Info:
34. Your Address (street address)
35. Latitude
36. Longitude
37. Altitude
38. Direction
39. GPS Signal

E. Media Info:
40. Apps count
41. Track count
42. Playlist count
43. Song count
44. Artist count
45. Album count
46. Podcast count
47. Audiobook count

F. Folder Info:
48. Username
49. Apps folder location
50. Documents folder location
51. User Home folder location
52. Home folder location
53. Desktop folder location
54. User downloads folder location
55. Admin app folder location
56. Library folder location
57. Temporary folder location
58. Core Service folder location
59. Documentation folder location
60. Music folder location
61. Movies folder location
62. Pictures folder location

G. Process Info:
63. Displays all the running processes by Process ID (PID) and name. When a process has ended, the process entry is briefly shown in red before its removal from the display.



Free or Paid


Apple Watch Support

Not Known

Device(s) App Was Tested On


iOS Version


Accessibility Comments

The information available through this app does appear to be accessible with VoiceOver. However, my iPhone 4 became horrendously sluggish when running this app, making it painful to use. 4S owners might have a better experience.

VoiceOver Performance

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling

All buttons are clearly labeled.


There are some accessibility issues with this app, but it can still be used if you are willing to tolerate these issues and learn how to work around them.


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Submitted by daz on Thursday, April 19, 2012

hi there. are you able to lets say end processes using this app? or delete certain things? or is this a case of being purely able to view what's there and nothing more.

This app only provides reports.

As far as I am aware, there is nothing in the App Store that will allow you to kill running processes. Maybe there is something in Cydia if you jailbreak.

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