Get started with PiHelper:
PiHelper lets you connect and manage your Raspberry Pi or Linux machine easily.
CPU, memory, disk usage, processes and/or temperature statics in realtime.
Colorful pinout. Tap to change GPIO mode and output.
- SSH Terminal
Realtime shell with full xterm experience.
- SFTP / File browser
Browse files and directories. Easy upload, download, rename and delete.
- Single tap to reboot / halt server. Custom commands are also supported.
- Multi-language support:
-- Русский (Thanks to Sergey Britov)
-- Deutsche (Thanks to Daniel Wolf)
-- Français (Thanks to Dorian Eydoux)
-- Lietuvis (Thanks to Ernestas Kardzys)
- Email: email@example.com
- Twitter: @shaqian629
- Public/Private key authentication only supports RSA keys.
- To use the GPIO tool with RPi 4, please upgrade wiringPi to 2.52+:
sudo dpkg -i wiringpi-latest.deb
- Add option to disabling/enabling a connection
- Add option to show temperature on main screen
- Add language support for German, French, Lithuanian
- Fix bug where keyboard hides part of command screen
- Fix term height for iPhone X
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Nice UI and Works Well!
I was afraid this was going to be an app that just looked good and had either a ton of bugs or just didn’t work but that’s not the case here. The only things I can’t seem to get to work is the temperature monitor and the key authorization. I’m not sure why the keys don’t work but I’m assuming the temperature monitor doesn’t work because of some sort of missing package. Which if the latter is true I would love to know what I need to install to get it to work! Great app and plenty of future potential as well!
Couple of extra notes:
In the terminal, the extra bars above the keyboard block off the currently typing line
And the cpu percentage seems to use only the first cpu percentage on ‘top’ and not the whole line so it looks like a lot lighter load than what is actually happening
Free ssh terminal, no ads, I still paid
I tried this small (20MB good job) app, it showed my Pi stats, I also linked it to my Mac and Window's (Barracuda, not the Linux Subsystem one) servers running ssh. I don't know the commands it's running to get the stats, I'd love to tweak those or fake them myself so Windows and Macs show up with CPU, disk, and RAM stats. [No biggie I'll figure it out eventually.]
I tried simple tests, ssh used vi, hit onscreen "Esc" key essential for iOS. All seemed to work fine. Some of the commands only saw a 24 line terminal, and it's pretty narrow, but hey it's basically a free ssh term so awesome for that. It also has keyfile and user/pass login on click and supports custom macro commands.
Weird quirk, after starting ssh term I needed to double click to bring up the keyboard and onscreen helpers like arrows and Esc key (I normally use a Bluetooth keyboard with iPad so arrows are built into the hardware but still need that "Esc" key onscreen in term apps and I'll use this with my phone too.)
Since it's free and small, I gladly paid $1 to support the author. Hopefully the term size can be adjusted in the future and I can figure out the commands it uses for the pie graph stats.
I love this app! I can add several Pis to it and setup commands to run at the push of a virtual button. A couple of suggestions would be to have the ability to copy commands from one pi to another. Maybe have an area where you add your own common commands and on each device, you can select from there or add something custom. It would also be nice to have live temp readings on the overview page of all devices. Maybe allow us to choose what we see on the overview of each pi. I just paid to remove ads because this is such a great and useful app. I look forward to using it for years to come!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.