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Auto Optimizer Free @ Google Play Store

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4m, 4d agoFound 4 months, 4 days ago
Down from £2 for 7 days

"Auto Optimizer" has been featured by many media outlets.

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- Auto optimize your device to keep it functional!

- Easy to use, highly effective, faster processing speed!

- Optimize instantly with just a tap on the home button. → Achieve a smooth operation on your device.

- Display memory and battery info on the status bar or overlay.

- Equipped with a powerful battery saver function. Battery life will be significantly improved!

- Equipped with functions to clear various histories and caches.

- Auto optimization execution condition and details can be set.

- Advanced settings are also available for display during execution.

- Optimize instantly with just a tap on the shortcuts.

- Realize the fastest possible processing speeds by eliminating unnecessary processes.

- Flexible settings to fit the way you use your smartphone, including detailed auto-executing conditional settings.

- Check detailed information about the state of your device, including the ability to display remaining memory.

[Memory release / Clear cache / Clear history]

- Execute when home button is tapped

- Execute when screen is turned off

- Execute by memory usage rate

- Execute at a set interval

- Manually execute with just a tap on the shortcuts

[Battery saver]

Depending on the device and the usage, the battery consumption can be reduced approximately by 1/10 to 1/3 while the screen is off.

[Display memory info]

Displays free memory size or free memory(in %) or used memory size or used memory (in %) on the status bar or overlay.

[Display battery info]

Displays remaining battery life on the status bar.

[Ultra memory release]

When free memory is very low, the Android system terminates running processes.

"Ultra memory release" function uses this method to release memory.

(Attention)

May not work properly depending on the specifications of the device or OS.

Also has various other useful functions.

■Recommended for those who:

- Want an automatic execution app

- Want to be able to set exclusion of memory release

- Want an app with a high memory release rate

- Want an app with a fast processing speed

- Want an app that execute with a single tap

- Want an app without advertisements

- Want an app for non-resident automatic memory release / clear cache

- Want an app for good battery life

- Want to display memory info on the status bar or overlay

- Want to display battery info on the status bar

■List of functions

- Memory release (task killer)

- Clear cache

- Clear history

- Resident type settings

- Auto-execute by memory usage rate

- Auto-execute at a set interval

- Auto-execute when screen is turned off

- Execute when home button is tapped

- Exclusion of memory release settings

- Clear history settings

- Sound effect of execution settings

- Display mode of execution settings

- Widgets

- Shortcuts to each functions

- Battery saver

- Ultra memory release

- Display memory info

- Display battery info

- Detailed device info
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4m, 4d agoFound 4 months, 4 days ago
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1 Like #1
Cheers
1 Like #2
Thanks
3 Likes #3
my phone is just too slow cos of the Optimizer apps… :)
#4
Can these onsale/free apps be installed now it's Free, then be uninstalled and reinstalled again at a later date when they're no longer free/on sale. Like paid apps that are reduced then go back up to full price?
2 Likes #5
steevieboy4u
Can these onsale/free apps be installed now it's Free, then be uninstalled and reinstalled again at a later date when they're no longer free/on sale. Like paid apps that are reduced then go back up to full price?


If you uninstall, they still display in "My apps & games" as "purchased" so you could just reinstall from there.
Alternatively, extract the apk and save it to, for example, a laptop. You can then simple sideload it without an internet connection if you want to reinstall (remember to enable "Unknown sources").
If you would like step-by-step instructions for how to do this, please give me a shout.
#6
Well the reviews look favorable, will see what it's like.
1 Like #7
MrBeansDrivingInstructor
steevieboy4u
Can these onsale/free apps be installed now it's Free, then be uninstalled and reinstalled again at a later date when they're no longer free/on sale. Like paid apps that are reduced then go back up to full price?


If you uninstall, they still display in "My apps & games" as "purchased" so you could just reinstall from there.
Alternatively, extract the apk and save it to, for example, a laptop. You can then simple sideload it without an internet connection if you want to reinstall (remember to enable "Unknown sources").
If you would like step-by-step instructions for how to do this, please give me a shout.


Cheers, I know how to install apk's etc just wondered how it worked with the play store. So in future it's worth while installing all the sale/free apps then uninstalling them just in case I need them in the future, so I can get them for free (_;)
#8
steevieboy4u
MrBeansDrivingInstructor
steevieboy4u
Can these onsale/free apps be installed now it's Free, then be uninstalled and reinstalled again at a later date when they're no longer free/on sale. Like paid apps that are reduced then go back up to full price?


If you uninstall, they still display in "My apps & games" as "purchased" so you could just reinstall from there.
Alternatively, extract the apk and save it to, for example, a laptop. You can then simple sideload it without an internet connection if you want to reinstall (remember to enable "Unknown sources").
If you would like step-by-step instructions for how to do this, please give me a shout.


Cheers, I know how to install apk's etc just wondered how it worked with the play store. So in future it's worth while installing all the sale/free apps then uninstalling them just in case I need them in the future, so I can get them for free (_;)


You're welcome. That is what I usually do.
#9
Cheers mate. (_;)

I would like to know how to extract the full version app for later use please.
#10
Clean Master (Boost&Antivirus) is always free

Edited By: benasipro on Mar 16, 2017 21:15
#11
Seems like a lot of unnecessary app permissions requested! Access to SMS and contacts?
4 Likes #12
Don't bother. Optimizer apps are universally useless, and are usually detrimental to performance.

Also, obligatory reminder that free memory is a bad thing. The whole point of having RAM above the bare minimum is that it lets the system speed up operations by having data and code cached to memory, which is far faster than your phone's storage. When you 'free up' memory, you're just wasting it by forgoing the benefits it's meant to give you. Embrace the memory usage; let the Android system do its job.
#13
benasipro
Clean Master (Boost&Antivirus) is always free

Because it has ads.
#14
so s there one of these apps that like actually work? or is it all just a gimmick?
#15
dxx
Don't bother. Optimizer apps are universally useless, and are usually detrimental to performance.

Also, obligatory reminder that free memory is a bad thing. The whole point of having RAM above the bare minimum is that it lets the system speed up operations by having data and code cached to memory, which is far faster than your phone's storage. When you 'free up' memory, you're just wasting it by forgoing the benefits it's meant to give you. Embrace the memory usage; let the Android system do its job.


i find some heavy processing apps continue to work in background and kill the battery. I usually use advance task manager to kill it. if Android did it's job it wouldn't allow that.
#16
MrWani
dxx
Don't bother. Optimizer apps are universally useless, and are usually detrimental to performance.
Also, obligatory reminder that free memory is a bad thing. The whole point of having RAM above the bare minimum is that it lets the system speed up operations by having data and code cached to memory, which is far faster than your phone's storage. When you 'free up' memory, you're just wasting it by forgoing the benefits it's meant to give you. Embrace the memory usage; let the Android system do its job.
i find some heavy processing apps continue to work in background and kill the battery. I usually use advance task manager to kill it. if Android did it's job it wouldn't allow that.

How do you figure?

A good operating system should allow tasks to run in the background, whether they be heavy on the CPU or not. If the OS were to forcibly restrict relatively heavy apps from functioning, where would that leave those of us who use things like GPS trackers, satnav, voice recorders, messenger apps, cloud storage syncing apps, and the like?

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