Good day reader, What is this? Why am I here? For a couple of months now I have been working on a plugin that communicates with an app on your phone, allowing you to monitor/manage its console, chat, players, and the server itself! Why am I posting this? The main reason I am posting this on this forum before I'm releasing it is not advertising, but I am looking for feedback on things like the looks, feature suggestions and possibly other stuff. I am planning to release this as a premium resource, mainly because I have put a lot of time into this project, but also because it is a plugin like no other. A bunch of features - Monitor your console (and chat) as well as perform commands in it - Look over your players, and using the plugin's config you can create custom views giving information about a player. These views can also perform commands on the player, they can even prompt the android user for input to put in the command! All of this utilizes extended_clip's PlaceholderAPI plugin - The same thing as the players for your whole server. You can view things like RAM and other stuff using the PlaceholderAPI plugin as well. - Get a nice look at any errors that pop up in the console - This plugin does not create something like a separate webserver or use an external host. No, it's all injected into the minecraft server itself so there's no hassle in port-forwarding or the chance of something blocking the way like a service being down. - Don't worry, you need to specify a password to enter the server. - The whole connection between the phone and server is encrypted (SSL-like) ánd supports compression (for big messages). No intruder blocking anything and less data usage. Why not post a range of screenshots, while I'm at it? Imgur Album The plugin is not yet available, and I'm still deciding whether I am going to make it open-source. To-do list/planned features - Add support for as much minecraft versions as possible. Right now it works from 1.7 through 1.9 and should probably work on 1.10 as well. I want it to be compatible with as much versions as possible.