FREE Memory Booster (Pro) app for Android @ Google Play
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FREE Memory Booster (Pro) app for Android @ Google Play

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Found 27th Aug 2017
"Get full control of your device memory. The best Android memory tool that worth downloading. Manage your device memory efficiently!"

NO idea whatsoever how it works, however... it gets mainly positive reviews (ave 4.5* with currently 1671/2330 @ 5*)
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Here's me thinking that Android manages your memory quite effectively without any unnecessary apps.
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Nive
Here's me thinking that Android manages your memory quite effectively without any unnecessary apps.
bangytupper1 m ago

Here's me thinking that Android manages your memory quite effectively …Here's me thinking that Android manages your memory quite effectively without any unnecessary apps.


mmm..me too...
That list of permissions
Pointless malwear
Android manages it's own memory very efficiently, if you've noticed your device RAM usage is always high, it's because the OS caches data to keep the device responsive and fast. Just because the RAM is allocated doesn't mean it's actively being used or wasting resources. The moment an app requests more RAM the OS will automatically give the cached RAM to the app.

TL;DR, High ram usage is normal to keep the OS responsive and fast, just because ram is allocated to the OS cache, doesn't mean it's wasted. It will be given to any app that requests it.
Hmm yeeeah, or you could just do what everyone else does and just download more RAM?
Got excited when i thought this was going to boost my memory. Dissappoint when i realise it means boost memory of my phone and not my own memory
These are unnecessary bloatware and add NOTHING to your phone
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NotTayyeb1 h, 55 m ago

Hmm yeeeah, or you could just do what everyone else does and just download …Hmm yeeeah, or you could just do what everyone else does and just download more RAM?


er... no you can't!
RAM has a physical limitation and eg 32GB will remain 32GB no matter what you do.
I beg to differ... RAM can and should be downloaded, but bear in mind that it can't be re-uploaded as doing so might fry your chips.

ta1000319 m ago

I beg to differ... RAM can and should be downloaded, but bear in mind that …I beg to differ... RAM can and should be downloaded, but bear in mind that it can't be re-uploaded as doing so might fry your chips.

RAM is an acronym for Random Access Memory. It is a physical electronic component inside your phone. Nice idea if you could download more. You cannot. No more than you could download a new screen.
kalico1 h, 37 m ago

RAM is an acronym for Random Access Memory. It is a physical electronic …RAM is an acronym for Random Access Memory. It is a physical electronic component inside your phone. Nice idea if you could download more. You cannot. No more than you could download a new screen.



Are you seriously responding to the user as if they are being serious?

Know Your Meme's slacker!

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Edited by: "MrCollective" 28th Aug 2017
Zebedee20178 h, 56 m ago

er... no you can't!RAM has a physical limitation and eg 32GB will remain …er... no you can't!RAM has a physical limitation and eg 32GB will remain 32GB no matter what you do.

Oh really (!)
#senseofhumourbypass
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NotTayyeb49 m ago

Oh really (!)


well, unless you physically add a memory card to your phone/device, i'd like to see you try!
Zebedee201717 m ago

well, unless you physically add a memory card to your phone/device, i'd …well, unless you physically add a memory card to your phone/device, i'd like to see you try!

The concept of internet memery hasn't quite introduced itself to you I guess
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NotTayyeb22 m ago

The concept of internet memery hasn't quite introduced itself to you I …The concept of internet memery hasn't quite introduced itself to you I guess


without getting into a "techie" argument here (it's not the place, and i cba!), all that is doing is paging virtual memory in and out of your actual physical memory, incurring a significant overhead in data transfer time.
i'm sure there's plenty of applications where virtual memory is useful eg cloud computing involving *massive* datasets, but for the typical mobile/tablet user eg playing a few games, that would be impractical as it would likely make the game slow/unplayable - even if it was practical, you simply *cannot* download RAM.
Zebedee201714 m ago

without getting into a "techie" argument here (it's not the place, and i …without getting into a "techie" argument here (it's not the place, and i cba!), all that is doing is paging virtual memory in and out of your actual physical memory, incurring a significant overhead in data transfer time.i'm sure there's plenty of applications where virtual memory is useful eg cloud computing involving *massive* datasets, but for the typical mobile/tablet user eg playing a few games, that would be impractical as it would likely make the game slow/unplayable - even if it was practical, you simply *cannot* download RAM.

Dude. I know you can't download RAM. It's a stupid internet thing to go around spouting ridiculous stuff like downloading ram, storage, CPU cores and general illogical stuff.... Crickey, I'm an engineering student, of course I know you can't download RAM!
BB28814 h, 27 m ago

Nive

Nice, or naïve? I know which one would be more accurate
rprp58 s ago

Nice, or naïve? I know which one would be more accurate


Nice
kalico20 h, 19 m ago

RAM is an acronym for Random Access Memory. It is a physical electronic …RAM is an acronym for Random Access Memory. It is a physical electronic component inside your phone. Nice idea if you could download more. You cannot. No more than you could download a new screen.


Well, I was only quoting what Dave down the chippy told me. He claims to have downloaded RAM at least a thousand time (1,024 to be exact).

In this day of t'Internet anything can be downloaded off Pirate bay... RAM, extra CPU cores, extra battery power. Hell, even the iPhone 8 will be on there soon.

Seriously though I didn't expect anyone to "byte" given the "bit" I added about fried chips, but there's always one (or should that be "there's always 1 and zero"?).
Edited by: "ta10003" 28th Aug 2017
!free RAM is wasted RAM
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