All In One Toolbox for Android – ZDBox
There are plenty of utilities out there for Android to tweak performance and view information about the current state of your device. However, due to its AIO (all in one) appeal, this one caught out eye. XDA member ikaola has created ZDBox, which basically will serve as a one stop shop for all your task management/scheduling/system information needs. The app will provide you with anything ranging from battery life and data usage, to tasks killing, security, and even event scheduling for things like meetings (because having to scramble to turn off your device in the middle of a meeting is well worth the installation of this).
The app is still under development, so if you have some useful feedback regarding overall performance or bugs, please leave a post.
This is a toolbox to enhance your Android phone.Tell you about battery information,network data usage in real time.Having it ,you can keep phone silent or offline automatically in the preset time range,and make the phone running as fast as possible by killing running apps! Also,you can lock apps like Gmail,Messaging,etc to protect your personal privacy and give more free space to the internal phone storage by batch moving apps to SD or batch uninstalling apps.
Having ZDbox, Wow! So easy!
You can find more information in the application thread.
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