For those who have been using computers for a long time now, you guys have probably heard of the software application called CCleaner. For those who haven’t, it’s basically a piece of software that has the ability to clean out your computer, remove unwanted files, free up space, and basically try to get your computer running as smoothly as possible with minimal clutter.
Back in 2013, the company teased the possibility that the program would be making its way onto mobile devices like Android, and about a year later, it looks like it has finally happened. Piriform, the company behind CCleaner, has recently announced that CCleaner for Android has been launched and is available for download via their beta community.
However as Piriform notes, CCleaner for Android is currently in beta meaning that there are probably some bugs and kinks that need to be ironed out, but is otherwise a fully functional app. Some of the features they highlighted includes the ability to optimize your phone by clearing browser history, application cache, clipboard, and more. It can also clean out call logs and SMS messages by bulk, and also reclaim storage space by removing unwanted applications.
Essentially it sounds like a mobile version of the computer software. The app will also allow users to monitor their phone’s CPU, RAM, storage space, and battery levels. There will be more features in the future and Piriform has listed some of them. This includes process management and RAM cleaning, custom folder cleaning, and even some special features for rooted devices.
If CCleaner for Android sounds like the app you’ve been waiting for, hit up the beta community page for more details or to download the app.
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