TheRomMistress · Jun 14, 2011 at 03:00 am

Android Optimizer: The Swiss Army Knife For Your Phone

There are many applications available that allow us to really take control of our devices. Programs such as file managers, task killers, and cache cleaners  are all typical for a rooted Android device. XDA member caotiantupi realized the common need for these programs and combined them into one single application.

Android Optimizer is a Swiss Army Knife for your mobile phone. Top 15 functions makes you manage your phone easily, effectively and efficiently.

With Android Optimizer, you no longer need multiple tools in order to “take control” of your device. This powerful application contains 15 different functions, providing complete protection for your Smartphone. These comprehensive tools allow you peace of mind, knowing your “Smartphone in the best state.” Android Optimizer is host to the following tools:

  • Device scan
  • Apps sort
  • General and advanced settings
  • Widget
  • Start up manager
  • Uninstaller
  • Installer
  • Sort apps
  • Program manager
  • Cache cleaner
  • Message clear
  • File explorer
  • Power monitor
  • Power save
  • Device information

Throw out that old pocket knife and get ready to take on the functionality of a Swiss Army Knife. Head over to the Original Thread now to download Android Optimizer.


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