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Some tips to clean Android Data – cache, history, files, more

Your phone may need cleaning. Do you have a memory problem on your Android? Does it freeze or turn slow? Don’t panic, here are some tips that will help you clean Android from the cache, history, files and more.

I have to be honest with you, sometimes I had to face memory problems and thought that I had to remove one or more applications to fix things, but I was wrong.

If only I had thought of installing a virtual cleaner … you know that a full memory is never a good thing and can cause slowdowns to your Android phone.

Let’s see how…

Some tips to clean Android- cache, history, files, more

Avira Optimizer 2018

After some reflection, we decided to include Avira Optimizer 2018, with its almost perfect fluidity. When you open the application for the first time, the first thing it does is to analyze all the data stored in the smartphone, to tell you what too much memory it takes up.

Once finished analyzing will be able to offer you a complete cleaning. By clicking on one of the sections of the list, you will be able to access all the options- Clean Memory, Manage Applications, Optimize Archiving and Clean Private Data.

In the industry, Avira Optimizer 2018 is definitely the lightest and simplest application we’ve found (for now). Anyway, I suggest you try this application. It’s free on the Play Store.

360 Security – Free Antivirus 2018

Today we are not talking about 360 Security for its antivirus, but for its memory optimizer. Besides being able to clean the memory of your Android, 360 Security is also able to control the automatic start of all applications (root).

Heavier than its competitor Avira Android Optimizer, 360 Security is still a very fluid application. Simple and free interface on the Play Store.

SD Maid – system cleaning

In this area, one of the best apps for cleaning your Android is SD Maid. Proposed in two versions, free and paid. In its free version, SD Maid is able to search for unused data, clean up your Android system and database. Personally, I’m a big fan of the interface of this application, in very discreet Material Design.

CCleaner- the famous

After a few hours of testing, the simplest file cleaner I found was CCleaner. Already available on PC, CCleaner does its job perfectly as a cleaner. First of all, when you first start up, the application offers you to scan your device to eliminate excess data.

With CCleaner, you can clean the application cache, web browser history, files and folders, other cached data, call log and ongoing processes. Having said that, you don’t have to clean everything, you can limit the cleaning to just the history.

In addition to being a cleaner, CCleaner can also take on the role of a much more advanced application manager than Android’s default.

In the third tab, it groups system information such as the operating system version, root status, WiFi, mobile network, RAM memory, internal storage space, battery (% level and temperature) and processor.

From the settings, you can also customize the scan, but also install a widget for quick cleaning on the home screen or set a selection of files and folders to clean. Clearly, this application is very complete and above all free.

Clean Master – Antivirus Cleaner & Applock & Booster

Clean Master helps to clean from all types of junk files, so as to free up space in memory. Clean up unwanted notifications and free up RAM and improve your smartphone’s performance! It guarantees the mobile phone an effective protection with antivirus and AppLock functions. By detecting and eliminating viruses, Clean master protects your phone from security and privacy issues.

DiskUsage- the application that has eyes everywhere

This application is a bit different from the previous ones- DiskUsage gives you the ability to view all the files and documents that take up space in your Android’s memory, a nice app that lets you visually understand what’s in excess.

Instead of proposing a list of uninteresting applications, we preferred to limit our choice to the most effective ones. Once again, I maintain my position on CCleaner which I believe is the best in every respect, even if Clean Master is a commendable alternative that offers a wider range of features, but too much publicity.

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Samuel Afolabi is a lazy tech-savvy that loves writing almost all tech-related kinds of stuff. He is the Editor-in-Chief of TechVaz. You can connect with him socially :)

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