PerfMon (Floating Performance Monitor) has been released !
Posted on 2012-10-12, 14 comments, 69 +1's, imported from Google+/Chainfire

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Handy always-on-top performance monitor :)



PerfMon - Performance Monitor

Douglas Boehme commented on 2012-10-12 at 12:16:

Can't plus this fast enough, great job!

Jared Busch commented on 2012-10-12 at 12:36:

That's awesome dude! I do have one question however. And it may seem like a dumb question but it's actually relevant for me. I review devices for a living, none of the devices sent to me are ever rooted, obviously, so could I use this app on a non rooted device to demonstrate situations while reviewing? In short, is root needed?

Chainfire commented on 2012-10-12 at 12:59:

No root is needed.

EDIT: If my apps need root, both XDA titles as well as Play titles have "[root]" in them. I try to be clear about such things :)

Issa Souley commented on 2012-10-12 at 18:03:

And I just got

Jared Busch commented on 2012-10-12 at 22:07:

+Chainfire awesome! your the man good sir! Thanks for the reply =)

Travis Boone commented on 2012-10-13 at 15:05:


Chainfire commented on 2012-10-14 at 19:42:

Does anybody know what the above is about? Something Korean I'm not following ...

Jared Busch commented on 2012-10-14 at 20:10:

+Chainfire dude your guess is probably as good as ours..some people dude....some

Chainfire commented on 2012-10-14 at 22:21:

Hah, I think I actually figured it out with quite a bit of Google search and translate. It seems the heartbeat line in the logo appears in some theme called Leche, and that person think I stole it. I didn't, I had never even heard of Leche before today (seems to be Asian at first glance ?).

The really funny thing here is that these guys apparently think the heartbeat line thing is in any way original and hasn't been done before a gazillion times in different products. Apparently people "stealing" Leche's design happens a lot :D

Hilarious, you just can't make this shit up ...

Jared Busch commented on 2012-10-14 at 23:39:

+Chainfire lol! thats like people using a picture of the globe as their icon, and people say they stole that! some people children...

Privilege BluePremium commented on 2012-10-15 at 01:57:


This is Privilege who made the post in Matcl that someone apparently has abused as a method to offend you. By no means was that my intention: I wrote a letter of apology and clarification for you and for those who come to this post in the future. I apologize in behalf of myself, the one who has posted on wherever that came to your attention, and the Korean developers community Matcl. I will make sure such a thing never happens again, and if possible, find out and penalize the offender. 

Best regards with apology,


the letter:

Jared Busch commented on 2012-10-15 at 10:17:

Well, they've apologized, thats a good thing -Martha Stewart

Chainfire commented on 2012-10-15 at 20:45:

+Privilege BluePremium If a genuine mistake has been made, then no problem. However, I do not believe you are sincere. Someone posted the very same information and link to video on XDA using the same name as it was posted here ("watchthis chainfire"). That by itself would not be strange, were it not for the fact that ...

... that user registered and posted from the very same IP adres as a different username who identifies himself as Privilege from BluePremium (you!). I find that rather fishy.

Jeremy Meiss commented on 2012-10-15 at 20:50:

Chainfire - Y U NO ASK TO USE HEARTBEAT SYMBOL? I am sure the entire medical community asked this dNozzle for permission to use this.

Or... maybe it's aliens?

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