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11th May 2014, 01:59 AM |#1  
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Guys, I just wanna ask few basic questions about the Clean Master Application which we can basically find in Google Play.

Is it safe to use ? I just wondering, because aside from the positive comments of its users, there are also negative feedback which specifically saying that it has a bad effect to phone's battery life. Some are saying that it will just drain your battery.


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11th May 2014, 03:29 AM |#2  
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Yeah it's safe to use as its not a virus or malware.

However android has a built in 'task killer' which frees up memory as it sees fit.
A lot of these clean up applications will kill an app which will relaunch straight away therefore causing more battery drain as the app is having to launch again immediately.

If you think your phone is too slow/the battery isn't good enough give it a shot for a few days and see if it is beneficial for you.

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11th May 2014, 03:53 AM |#3  
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Yeah it's safe to use as its not a virus or malware.

However android has a built in 'task killer' which frees up memory as it sees fit.
A lot of these clean up applications will kill an app which will relaunch straight away therefore causing more battery drain as the app is having to launch again immediately.

If you think your phone is too slow/the battery isn't good enough give it a shot for a few days and see if it is beneficial for you.

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Great ! Thank you Sir !

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30th March 2015, 11:33 AM |#4  
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I personally believe the app is spying on people, I'm doing lot of reserve engineering i will find out what is happening..

I personally suggest you don't use it.
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30th March 2015, 07:45 PM |#5  
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Guys, I just wanna ask few basic questions about the Clean Master Application...

I find Clean Matter eats battery and is a little to aggressive with their advertising and permissions.

Try Power Clean, it's a deeper and easier on battery.

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30th March 2015, 08:33 PM |#6  
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Funfact: The Storage Manager in the Smart Manager App of the Galaxy S6 is powered by Clean Master.

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I personally hate that app since it ate a lot of battery drain, you dont need it since we already have a built in task killer just on left side of your home button lol
1st April 2015, 10:22 AM |#8  
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I got rid of it. Now I use CCleaner, which I suggest to use over Clean Master
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