iOS app features

The user interface for New Relic's iPhone and iPad app provides functionality that is similar to the standard user interface, with customized details for mobile users.


Video For an overview of how to use New Relic's iPhone app, watch this video (less than 2 minutes).

iOS app dashboards

To view dashboard details about your New Relic applications, servers, plugins you have installed from Plugin Central, or key transactions, select your choice from the New Relic iOS app's main menu. The menu includes "traffic light" indicators (red, yellow, or green) for their current status, with any in a Critical (red) status listed first. You can also search for a specific name or select to show any hidden applications.

New Relic for iPhone app's dashboard detailsNew Relic's app for iPhone and iPad includes:

Note: New Relic's iOS app does not have the full feature set of the New Relic web interface. For more detailed analysis, sign in to your New Relic account with a web browser.

New Relic for iPad
The New Relic for iPad app shows near real-time information about your applications, servers, and more.

Time frame for data iOS clock icon

When viewing the dashboard for an application or server, you can change the visible time frame by using the clock icon in the top right of your iOS dashboard. This feature is similar to the standard New Relic time picker.

  • Scrub the New Relic charts to move back and forth across the timeline.
  • To change the duration of the visible time slice, select the clock icon. iOS clock icon
  • To specify an end time other than now, slide the toggle from Ending Now to Custom Date.
  • To save your changes and refresh the chart data, select the clock icon again.

Push notifications and email alerts

Based on your alert notification selections, New Relic sends alerts to your account email or New Relic iOS app when your application exceeds any Critical threshold. For iOS alerts, notifications automatically appear on your screen when you unlock your device.

You can select any alert to view error details or acknowledge the alert. New Relic also sends a push notification when a colleague acknowledges an open event. Then, New Relic sends a final, closing notification when all Critical events end. For more information, see iOS alerts.

Mobile apps monitoring

If you have a mobile application and have installed New Relic for Mobile Apps, you can monitor its performance directly from your iPhone or iPad. This includes network errors, API calls, and number of active users.

For more help

Additional documentation resources include:

If you need additional help, get support at support.newrelic.com.