Have you ever feel like that your Android device is working so slow? Well, that could indicate that your battery pack is not optimized. Thus, you can try our battery calibration tutorial. But what if your device performance is still disappointing? Then it’s time for you to try the Auto Memory Manager. There’s no need to worry for open too many apps or pushing your handset to it’s boundaries since this app will set the border line for you. We can’t tell you how much this app affect our device performance, but we experience lesser screen freeze and unwanted reboot since we install Auto Memory Manager in our handset. Great isn’t it?
This app is available for free and it is also free from any annoying advertising message. So, it won’t require any network connection to run. Auto Memory Manager also work for both rooted and non-rooted device. It should be a great advantage for any users who doesn’t has enough guts to mess around with their device. Overall, it is a good replacement for native task manager or memory monitor program that by default included in Android platform. It is only 1.2MB and compatible with Android 1.5 or above.
Auto Memory Manager has total of six different presets. Foreground applications display apps that you currently see on the screen. Visible applications shows apps that visible for users, but running on background. Secondary server shows apps and servers that run on background. Hidden applications will handle invisible apps that run on background. Finally, there’s Content provider that will take care such apps like Contact and Calendar. Not to mention that there’s also Empty Applications, which shows that apps in Standby and not taking any memory from your device.
Memory thresholds can be set in three different level. For instance, if you set it to 40MB, the apps will automatically kill some apps if it is failed to achieve phone’s memory for at least 40MB. As we mentioned before, there’s three level that you can choose, Aggressive, Mild, and default.
If you’re not satisfied with the current provided settings, you can alwasys create your own profile via preferences apps. Ot will allow you to send an email to developers if Auto Memory Manager has some crash or freeze issues.
Well, that’s all we can tell you right now folks. Like we said before, it is hard to determine how much effect that this apps bring to our handset. But we are now able to run several apps at once. It is something that we never done before. Open Twitter, Spotify, Facebook, and Alarm Clock on the same time, while running the latest Angry Birds Space. Off course we experience some crash during this test, but only once. Overall, we are quite satisfied with the apps performance and we suggest you to grab it immediately if you have problem with your memory management.tags: Android, Apps, Auto Memory Manager