We have around 450 sensors being monitored by PRTG in our environment. We use the official PRTG Android client for multiple staff to monitor and receive PRTG push-notification alerts. However, certain alerts are only sent to certain staff. In order to allow ALL our staff to have a visual notification of sensors that are currently reporting to be down we have used an older 3rd party Android app called "MONDroid" for probably 4+ years now (much longer than the official Android app has been around). We continue to use this app simply for a visual aid in Android to show us when sensors are down persistently. It polls every 5 minutes on all of our phones and simply shows a green circle in the notification tray at the top of our Android devices if all sensors are good, or a red circle if there is 1+ sensors down. We do not have it making any kind of vibration or sound alert to our devices, it is simply a nice way to oversee down sensors in other areas of our company that may not be assigned to the specific individual. It is nice because it does not require that we manually launch any apps to check on the status, it is simply always there. If the sensor that is down is assigned to that tech, then they would receive a push notification alarm (vibrate/sound) via the official PRTG app.
My question is, since the Mobile Web GUI is deprecated and will be going away in the future, will MONDroid stop working (I have a feeling it gets its updates every X number of minutes via the web GUI)? And if so, how can we get a simply red/green type notification light on our Android devices using the official Android app? As far as I can tell, it can only send alerts to the device when a sensor goes up/down, etc... not have a red/green type notification icon that updates every X number of minutes. with the current global status of the PRTG server's sensors.
Any assistance with this would be great. We'd hate to lose the way we currently monitor our PRTG, it's been great for years now :)