AIDA64, one of the world's most popular PC diagnostic tool arrives on Android
FinalWire released the mobile edition of its industry-leading system information software for Android devices. With the new app, users of smartphones, tablets, Android TV devices and Android Wear smartwatches, running Android 2.1 or newer, can learn everything about both the hardware and the software under the hood. AIDA64 for Android synthesizes the company's extensive experience in developing system information tools, as a result the app provides the breadth of information and the level of detail AIDA64 users are accustomed to. The app is available for free in the Google Play store.
“Tech-savvy users desire to know every minute detail not only about their PCs, but about their mobile devices as well. This is why we started to develop an app for Android that is capable of providing ample and precise data about the hardware and software of mobile devices”, says Tamás Miklós, AIDA64 lead developer at FinalWire. “We hope that AIDA64 for Android will become a must-have app for hard core users of the most popular mobile platform around the world. And of course, the development of the free app will not stop here: besides regular updates to the hardware database, you can expect some cool new features in the future.”
AIDA64 for Android has a clean user interface, optimized for the supported device categories, which makes it easy to handle even for users unfamiliar with the PC editions of the AIDA64 system information tool.
The app requires Android 2.1 or newer, and is freely downloadable from the Google Play store.
AIDA64 is developed by FinalWire Ltd., headquartered in Budapest, Hungary. The company's founding members are veteran software developers who have worked together on programing system utilities for more than two decades. Currently, they have ten products in their portfolio, all based on the award-winning AIDA technology: AIDA64 Extreme, AIDA64 Engineer, AIDA64 Network Audit, AIDA64 Business and AIDA64 for Android, Windows Phone, iOS, Ubuntu Touch, Tizen and Sailfish OS.