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Description

ServerCat is a Linux monitor and Docker Management & SSH Terminal app.

ServerCat makes it easy to monitor your server status on your mobile. It shows detail running status of your linux servers and docker containers.

It only needs an SSH account without any other dependencies. It will not install any tools to your system.

ServerCat is made using SwiftUI, so iOS 13.2+ is required.

# Free Features
Monitor detail status of your server including:
* CPU usage per-core
* GPU usage and running process
* Memory usage
* Network traffic/speed and TCP stats
* Docker containers and stats
* Disk blocks and IO per second

# Premium Features
* SSH Shell Terminal
* Sync data across all your iOS devices
* Create and Manage containers

# Supported Linux Distro:
Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Amazon Linux Image, Alpine, Raspbian, OpenWrt and more

# Security:
All SSH credentials are AES-encrypted and saved locally. The Cloud Sync uses iCloud to sync AES-encrypted data securely and nobody can inspect your data in the cloud.

What’s New

Version 1.1.20

Fixed minor bugs

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
333 Ratings

333 Ratings

zhxqaeiou ,

Great app...with one downside

This is a great tool for developers to check there server status on-the-go. However, a major downside is that it does not support iPadOS natively, which is a bummer since this tool will be even more useful on iPad.

Hope this can be rolled-out in the future release.

aeros88 ,

Great design but connections are a bit slow

Connections take a few extra seconds to connect vs other SSH apps. The design is great and the quick access to system status and the process list is a great addition.

It would be nice to add a button to enable scroll back and swipe and hold gestures for arrow keys like in Shelly. I use byobu and when I connect to a server running it the status bar repeats over and over as it refreshes rather than refreshing the one line. This issue doesn’t app in Shelly or Prompt. Hope to see more updates to address these but it’s a good start so far!

ewalsh ,

Like to many iOS apps, it needs Landscape mode!

Like way to many iOS apps that run on iPadOS it only does Portrait mode for the screen. Although some with iPads will do Portrait mode, I would imagine the majority use the iPad in a folio with a keyboard which is Landscape mode.

As soon as I open an app that doesn’t do Landscape, I stop. The developer needs to know their audience. This looks like a good app, although many of what this app does can be done with PiHelper app, and for free or with a $1 donation if your so inclined.

Developer, make a proper iPadOS App, make it do Landscape, and I will reinstall this app and try it again. Till then, I will keep using PiHelper app.

App Privacy

The developer, Zhenlu Zou, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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