Funf Open Sensing Framework is a Java framework for sniffing and collecting data about Android devices and the way they're used.
Benefiting from 30+ available probes, Funf can collect a wide variety of data from remote Android devices and send them to a selected location for analysis, storage or further processing.
From basic device details to environment info and device interactions, location and motion sensors, Funf can retrieve critical data about an apps' or device's usage, allowing developers a complete feedback on how their product is behaving in the wild.
The Funf Open Sensing Framework code was developed by MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and is currently available via Google Code.
Download Funf Open Sensing Framework from our Scripts section here.