PRTG - Monitoring

PRTG - Monitoring

By Paessler AG

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2009-08-18
  • Current Version: 18.2.25
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 30.91 MB
  • Developer: Paessler AG
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 877 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
PRTG - Monitoring App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Based on 877 App Reviews

PRTG - Monitoring iOS App Details

Keep an eye on your network wherever you are. With PRTG, your iPhone is your network monitor. It is a feature rich and easy-to-use client for administrators who use the PRTG Network Monitor* to monitor their networks. PRTG is the one and only, clear and simple iOS viewer for the entire network monitoring environment. The iPhone or iPad requests the monitoring data directly from the PRTG server (version 13 or higher) and this App displays it in an easily accessible way. You can set up a connection to your own server or use the preconfigured demo access to obtain a clear picture of the possibilities. PRTG covers all aspects of network monitoring: • Alarms with Push Notifications • Today Widget for your quick status check • Up-/downtime • Traffic and usage • Zoomable charts for the last 48 hours, 30 days, and 365 days • Maps, Libraries and Logs • View your reports • Access the ticket system * You can monitor about 20 devices with PRTG 100 for free, bigger licenses will be subject to a charge after 30 days. "PRTG" and "Paessler" are registered trademarks of Paessler AG.

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iOS App Reviews

  • It’s our lifeline

    5
    By SadDeafUser
    Love it.
  • Stay away. No longer good product

    1
    By RGR75
    I was a huge fan of this mobile app and their, and their main monitoring system. Its getting progressively worst every release, lag, unusable and buggy interface. It is shocking how weak their developers are and incapable of to deliver somewhat reliable system.
  • PLEASE release a server for Linux!

    3
    By TheDMTD
    We need a Linux PRTG Host server and remote probe! People have been asking for this for like 5 years and you have denied it every time. That would be a huge market for you!
  • I love this software

    5
    By Techbang
    This is the best software ever to monitor a medium sized network like mine. Easy to configure and watch the stats. It covers all my needs for Network monitoring and alert services.
  • Good app

    5
    By Ngocthai1408
    I use this app for my systems. It work well with ios 11. If dev team can add more job as add devices, sensors... i think it will better :)
  • My eyes and ears

    5
    By FT Man
    Excellent program! I’m the network manager for the Town of Rockport, MA and manage all town and schools network and systems. PRTG allows me to be on top of my game. I’m able to see problems in real time giving our end users better service. I’m able to monitor all my devices from one location and letting me know the overall health of our networks and devices. Just awesome!
  • Worthless without an actual notification

    1
    By krenn08
    When we get alarms the iPhone app does not persistently notify you. Thus, alarms go completely unnoticed. Why can't this be more like the android app?
  • Solid mobile experience

    5
    By M Caldwell
    Very good mobile monitoring experience. It's not everything that is in the web interface but it's a good selection. I rarely need things that are not available in the app. The app also seems to be faster than the web interface for a lot of tasks. Viewing lists of sensors is a little awkward... so search and get right to the sensor you are looking for.
  • I absolutely love this app!!

    5
    By Diggie (The Snake) Doo
    I have to keep a lot of equipment operating the way it should be, and this app helps me monitor said equipment even if I am way from the office, and off the network. Works amazing, now I can act as soon as the equipment fails.
  • Do not install this

    1
    By Smitmor
    Latest update crashed my iPhone 7 Plus. Phone won't even boot up anymore. Will attempt to factory reset and restore from iCloud.

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