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By bfstunoodle, Junior Member on 12th April 2014, 08:09 PM
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14th April 2014, 06:25 PM |#11  
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Thanks for everyone's two cents! I will try using the phone without it then, see how it holds up.

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20th August 2014, 11:09 AM |#12  
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Nice app and clean UI. I run it on my Xiao Mi and so far so good.
20th August 2014, 05:26 PM |#13  
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Phone cleaning application it was has a good function
Yeah necessary, it think. Because these applications clean up junk data that is not shown and we never realize. When we install an application then the application will be updated, and when the application is updated then there would be new data and an additional. Once we no longer need the application, and when we uninstall, then just deleted the application only while the additional data is not be lost and these things that we never realized, it has become duty cleaning applications to clean up this problem so that there empty space on the ram
try to learn because there are still other good function
1st March 2015, 11:48 PM |#14  
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Clean master can definitely speed up an old device by removing stored up cache and removing bloatware (if rooted).
9th July 2015, 06:08 PM |#15  
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I rarely use it now that I've switched to Lollipop.

Only use it to clean junk and cache. Are there any apps that clean -ONLY- junk / cache / empty folders ?
16th July 2015, 10:42 PM |#16  
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Clean Master claims to help battery life but I have tested it using another S3 setup exactly the same and the battery drain is identical. Is there any battery app that actually improves battery life. I'm using an S3 with Lollipop (OCT-L ROM)
3rd August 2015, 11:29 PM |#17  
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having cleaning program on android its like having anti virus on you android, not really necessary but everyone use it, but if you have high spec of android device, you can install whatever you want and will not slowing down your device, btw you can clean your app cache in, "setting-app-downloaded-clear app cache" so the choice is your
4th August 2015, 02:27 AM |#18  
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Originally Posted by bfstunoodle

Dear Forum:

I recently switched from iPhone 5S to Xperia Z1c, I was a long time iOS user and now I'm getting to like to Android OS. I have installed an App called Clean Master, it helps you boost your phone's memory and clean junk files to maximize storage. This app raised my concern, does Android OS needs constantly use apps like Clean Master to boost the phone's memory and clean up storage? When using iPhones I never had to worry about whether the memory is low and needs a boost or clearing junk files. So is it highly recommended to have an app like Clean Master around when using Android? I'm not saying this is inconvenient but just want to be clear if apps like this is a must.

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SD Maid [free/paid] on the Play Store is specifically "made" for such things. hah! CCleaner--formerly Crap Cleaner was a long-time favorite on the PC and now it's for android, and it's free.

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21st June 2016, 11:48 AM |#19  
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I love using a Clean Master app. It intends to get your phone free from the unnecessary data and clear the space for the things which are of a greater importance at the moment. Thus, the purpose of such application is to make sure that you can seamlessly use the apps and services that you need due to the fact that non-demanded data is automatically deleted or sorted in a certain way. By the way, I came across a good article, which describes Clean Master functionality and how to develop this kind of app. Have a look: How to Develop Phone Cleaner: Smart Answers to Tricky Questions.
18th August 2016, 10:53 AM |#20  
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I think it's no necessary. Usualy I download it, use it and uninstall it again till next time.

I think I should try your way!
6th September 2016, 09:20 AM |#21  
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Originally Posted by bfstunoodle

Dear Forum:

I recently switched from iPhone 5S to Xperia Z1c, I was a long time iOS user and now I'm getting to like to Android OS. I have installed an App called Clean Master, it helps you boost your phone's memory and clean junk files to maximize storage. This app raised my concern, does Android OS needs constantly use apps like Clean Master to boost the phone's memory and clean up storage? When using iPhones I never had to worry about whether the memory is low and needs a boost or clearing junk files. So is it highly recommended to have an app like Clean Master around when using Android? I'm not saying this is inconvenient but just want to be clear if apps like this is a must.

Thank you

Cleanmaster is an app whose size is quite big (takes space of 3 320 kbps mp3 files) and full of adwares. You will not be wishing to waste your mobile data by seeing those unnecessary ads. So better don't download, because it is not necessary at all, and there would be a time when you will be fed up with the ads it shows up!

If you are looking for a serious app, look for GREENIFY.
Note- This app hibernates background process. And yes, if you are rooted, this app is gonna help you a lot by saving your battery, when coupled with Xposed Frameword, i too use this. Your RAM will be free mostly, which cleanmaster fakes!
All the best!
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