orb3000 · Apr 18, 2011 at 03:00 am

AndMemory for Android

Some of us are always looking for software to optimize our devices to get to the last drop of juice out of them. With that in mind, we bring you another memory optimizer application for your Android device. XDA member fonter presents AndMemory featuring support for manual and automatic memory recovery, top speed, quick free memory, browser memory, virtual memory, log and storage info, and memory low warning. The app also includes a widget for your home screen as well and will work on Android 1.5 and above.
Grab it for free in the usual place and leave some feedback.

Originally posted by fonter
AndMemory 1.3 Latest Release

AndMemory is an android memory optimization software,It can be manually or automatically optimize memory and end the processes,It is the best memory management software for freeing memory,can make your phone run smoothly when you run many apps.

 

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