5 Free Apps to Boost your Android Phone

Posted on Jan 21 2013 - 6:02pm by Karen

Android phones are very much like their larger computing machines. They need to be maintained in a proper way. Most of the times we find that after a couple of months usage of our smartphone  starts becoming sluggish. There is also a case wherein you have to charge the battery frequently. These problems mainly occur due to the ‘garbage’ items running in the background and the internal memory being filled by these items.

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Boost your Android Performance

They also drain the battery which in turn reduces battery life. To put an end to this some developers have created some apps which allows you to clear off the garbage and make your phone as slick as it was in the start. And the best part is that many such apps are free of cost. So here are 5 free apps for speeding up your android phone. Just keep in mind that some of these apps requires you to unlock the phone which might make you lose your warranty, thus be careful.

#1. Android Assistant

Android Assistant in the one stop for all resource management in your phone. It provides you with a number of utilities like the overall phone monitor, cache process manager, and quick booster. The monitor allows you to have an overview about you CPU, RAM, and battery. The quick booster is designed to kill preselected apps to instantly speed up the system while the process manager allows you to manually choose and remove the processes. Also one of its features include a startup manager which allows you to block unwanted apps from running in background when your phone starts.

#2. CPU Tuner

Now this is an interesting app. It allows you to under-clock or over-clock your CPU as and when you need it. Wicked right? Too bad it works only on unlocked devices. It also allows you to manage data connections and sync your whole device into working as one unit which saves a lot of power.

#3. Move2SD Enabler

Most budget android phones have very low internal memory. This combined with the irritating feature of these phones to eat up a lot of that scarce space in having default apps makes it difficult to install new apps. Move2SD Enabler allows you to move these files from your phone and send it to the memory card. It also allows you to change the default loctaion of installation from phone to SD card. Again this app requires an unlocked phone. This in turn tunes up your RAM to run at higher speeds making your phone slicker than before.

#4. SD Speed increase

Another app which requires rooted android phone, this app is designed to increase the transfer rate of files between your phone and memory card by increasing the cache size. It also boosts up your casual read-write functions, but the change is only slightly noticeable.

#5. 1Tap cleaner

1Tap is basically a temporary file cleaner. it clears out any remaining garbage memory in cache, or history, etc. Its features include auto cleaning in which you can schedule a set interval after which the app will clean the phone by itself.

I hope these apps will boost your Android Phone. Drop your experiences as Comments. We’d love to hear from you!
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Karen is a tech writer that loves to cover the latest development in the tech industry. You can have a look at her site here if you want to learn more on her.

4 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. eCommerce Web Development January 22, 2013 at 1:27 pm - Reply

    Hi ! I wish to say that this post is awesome, nice written and include almost all important info. Id like to see more posts like this.

  2. Fabio Alerni March 19, 2013 at 10:08 am - Reply

    Wow!!! these are really nice and interesting apps. I would also like to recommend one free android app which is also a solution to low battery problem name Last Message. Here is a link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=it.fatbrain.lastmessage add this app to your list if your find it suitable.

    • Christopher March 19, 2013 at 10:46 am - Reply

      Thanks for the feedback and information

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