UCWeb launched UC Cleaner to optimize Android device performance
UCWeb today launched a new app named UC Cleaner, a booster app to optimize Android’s performance and improve smartphone experience. More than half a millon UCWeb active users beta-test UC Cleaner before its release. UC Cleaner is the latest app from UCWeb’s mobile app portfolio for international markets, which includes UC Browser(Mobile Browser) and 9Apps(third-party app store).
Featuring an extremely simple and ad-free User Interface, UC Cleaner is able to keep its size to less than 1.5MB. It can free up memory (RAM) and close apps that slow down any device. Its Super Booster feature can also able to disable auto-start apps in non-rooted devices (for Android 4.1 and later). UC Cleaner is able to analyze battery, data and storage usage and help users identify and delete resource-intensive, rarely-used apps and junk files that take up phone storage space. With just a few easy clicks, users can significantly speed up their devices.
Talking about the idea behind UC Cleaner, James Wong, Product Manager, UC Cleaner says, “As smartphones become ubiquitous, we are highly dependent on cleaner apps to manage usage. However, many Android cleaner apps themselves are large in size and resource-intensive, which is contrary to their original intention. UC Cleaner is compact in size but does not compromise on functionality. With UC Cleaner, we’re taking a new approach to boosting performance while minimizing extra burden on the system.”