Phone cleaner/boosters feel all the same, don't they? Almost every one spawns at least two different icons on my springboard, claims to speed up my device by closing up useless apps or deleting useless cash data. Honestly, I couldn't care less. It's not only that my Huawei already has such a feature within its core programs, but as I have stated before, and now repeating, Android systems do not need constant memory clearing. It's one thing to close a game app that takes a huge chunk while it running, and another to constantly close up Android services that will eventually start up again. This results in nothing more than extra strain on your battery.
Sure, Fast Cleaner clears out your cache, and gives a rather detailed analysis of what data it will delete, pending your confirmation. Clearing cache on under-used apps may prove to be effective in the long term.
Found in the Settings menu, there's also an option for clearing junk files, left from uninstalling apps. I have no idea why its default setting is off. Turning it on might be the first thing you'd want to do after installing Fast Cleaner. The Quit and Free Up Memory might not be something you'd want, since it closely resembles the bad tactic of messing around with the device's active memory (which is almost all of it).
Fast Cleaner so monitors your CPU temperature. This one is estimated on how much strain the CPU is under. The solution is again, closing active apps.
- Memory boosting
- CPU Cooler
- Junk File cleaner
- Cleaning after app uninstalling
Fast Cleaner doesn't go above and beyond the pack. Honestly, there's so much that you can do with the Android system. However, I like the feature that makes sure you've completely uninstalled an app. That is highly useful on a device who sees a lot of transit, so to speak.