A couple days ago we have released renewed versions of our software — A1 CPU Tool v1.3 and A1 SD Bench v2.1.
From now on, both apps manifests Default installation location to “auto” instead of “prefer external”. Prefer external was very handy for devices running Android v2.x, where Internal memory was scarce, and this allowed to move app to SD card automatically upon installation. Now when tens and hundreds of new devices appear every month, the “prefer external” is beginning to cause some problems on newer Androids, namely Jelly Bean and KitKat devices. So now 2.x Android users must move app to SD card manually.
Another new and interesting feature for CPU Tool is multi-window support. You can monitor used CPU frequencies while using any app that also support multi-window. Here is a screenshot:
What’s New in A1 CPU Tool v1.3.0
New: Supports “multi window” feature
New: Recognizes Intel based CPU’s
Fixed: On some devices CPU and Battery temperature was not correct (decimal in wrong place)
Improved: More devices are recognized
Improved: Slight layout adjustments
Changed: Default installation location is now set to “auto” instead of “SD card” (sorry Android 2.3 folks)