The small, light-weight app is purely descriptive! It requires permission to read states of the device but does not set any value, or interfere in any way, with your device. It's read-only! You can see that in the permissions required by the app - for example, ACCESS_WIFI_STATE, not CHANGE_WIFI_STATE....
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For example, it lists all the sensors within your device, giving information on the maker and model, the type of sensor, the power used by the sensor in operation, its resolution or accuracy, etc.
Another example: it lists information on all cells within reach of the radios within the device, as supplied by Android.
Basically, an interesting insight into the details of your phones innards, complete with links to the associated Android API documentation for each attribute displayed. Interesting in its own right and potentially very useful for Android developers.
The app is free and requires no permissions to run on your smartphone or tablet.
It requires Android 5.0+ due to the requirements of some of its API calls.
Have I missed anything you would have liked to see? Let me know the attribute and it may be possible to include it in future versions - digitalrhetoricapps-at-gmail.com
All the major events - from the Tennis Court Oath, the Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, the Day of Daggers, the execution of Louis Capet, the revolts in the Vendee, the murder of Marat, the Levée en masse and the twists and turns of The Terror, the Law of Suspects, and the guillotining of the Jacobins, all the way to the Bonaparte-backed defence of the Directory.
Journey, also, along the byways and less traversed back roads of the Childers Incident, the Réveillon riots, the Parthenopean Republic of Naples, the Cordeliers Club, dates of the French Republican Calendar, battles of the Army of the West Pyrenees, the Irish Rebellions...
The people profiled rainge from Talleyrand, Desmoulins, Napoleon, Hebert, Lafayette, Necker, Saint-Just, Brissot and the Robespierre brothers. Know your Moreau from your Marat from your Murat! Your Calonne from your Carnot from your Carrier!
Sort out the Girondins from the Dantonists and the Jacobins from the Hébertists.
Distinguish the Coup d'état of 30 Prairial Year VII from the Coup d'état of 18 Fructidor from the Coup d'état of 18 Brumaire...
Also, with a responsive design, it is Smartphone and Tablet friendly.
Entries for every day of the year
Timeline of major events
Character profile of interesting and main protagonists