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Cortex Mobile: Analyzer

  • 17 February 2020
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Insiders!

As first mentioned by our very own Vanguard @Rox598, Razer Cortex Mobile received a big update with a new feature: Analyzer.

Analyzer's main function is to give a beautiful overview of a user's gaming profile. The top and background colors will always reflect the TOP 3 categories for the time range selected (Week, Month, Year). Discover your gamer colors by installing it now on your Android phone

Analyzer features 17 game categories + 1 "other" category for games that don't fall under the categories listed. Each column represents an individual category with the chart showing two data points per column:

  • Darker: Total games installed
  • Lighter: Total hours played

Additionally, Analyzer uses Gamer Booster as a core component and provides users with these options:

  • Toggle Do Not Disturb
  • Close background tasks and apps
  • Toggle Battery Saver Mode
  • Toggle Haptics, Bluetooth, NFC
  • Lock WiFi/Data
  • FPS counter

If you haven't done so already, update Cortex Mobile on your Android device now to see your gamer colors!

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Userlevel 7
Love the FPS counter and DnD toggle. My phone doesnt have these features by default so this update added immensely to my gaming experience.
Userlevel 7
You guys did some under the hood improvements too. Cortex runs better on my phone now than what it did before the update. The less lag is much appreciated. Kudos.
Userlevel 7
I really liked the new Analyzer feature with all the stats data, just stumbled up on it few minute before Dekades posted this here.
Userlevel 7
cool update, so we can analyze our game on mobile apps
thanks
Userlevel 7
Improving mobile gaming. Good job Razer!
Userlevel 7
Best update for that!
Userlevel 7
Sounds nice 😃
Userlevel 7
Its nice and all, but I couldnt find an option (or it isnt even there) to disable analyzer. Not that its a big deal.. but having an option would've been nice 😉
Userlevel 7
Hmm, might give it a try, why not? Seems useful.
Userlevel 7
We were expecting some sort of feature like this one, thaaaanks!
Userlevel 7
Hello Friends.
The analyzer is a very good update for Razer Cortex mobile.
I love it. ^_^
Userlevel 7
Not a bad addition, though I think Samsung has had very similar features in Galaxy S phones for a few generations, at least.
Userlevel 7
Always excited seeing updates and new features in cortex.
Userlevel 7
I'm installing it. Seems helpful.
Like to see a way to clear the data

Cheers
It is the best
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OneTreadLife
Not a bad addition, though I think Samsung has had very similar features in Galaxy S phones for a few generations, at least.

Would that happen to be the "Game Tools"?
Thanks for the update guys, gaming with cortex is a bit better now. Lots of cool features that did'nt came with my phone. We'll be waiting for more improvements [ there are still games that disconnect a few seconds after starting]. Kudos guys.
Userlevel 7
I prefer the in game mode over the analyser ability.
Userlevel 7
It's very cool. I think it will be cooler then that if show us what battery usage every game drain for every week, month year 🙂
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dodo_0
It's very cool. I think it will be cooler then that if show us what battery usage every game drain for every week, month year :)

Quite a good idea.
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Hermanator
Would that happen to be the "Game Tools"?

Launcher and Tools are the two that come to mind, so yeah. Never cared to utilize either.
Did you?
Userlevel 7
Nice addition to an already excellent app, great work team!
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peter76james
Thanks for the update guys, gaming with cortex is a bit better now. Lots of cool features that did'nt came with my phone. We'll be waiting for more improvements [ there are still games that disconnect a few seconds after starting]. Kudos guys.

Yes, we are aware about the games that disconnect shortly after opening, team is working on it but thanks for reporting!
Userlevel 7
the Analyzer made me realize what kind of mobile gamer i really am, vs the gamer i THOUGHT i was... * feeling seen and attacked! *