1.1 / December 5, 2016
(5.0/5) (2)
Loading...

Description

This is a very simple, completely free app which does only twothings: It indicates how much free RAM, or operating memory (asopposed to storage memory) you currently have available, and itindicates approximately how many days it has been since your phonewas last started up. Tap on its icon and the app briefly shows youthe information, and then closes automatically. If I run it, and Isee it's been more than about a week or so since I last started upmy phone, I generally reboot the phone when convenient. Why rebootafter a week? You may find, as I sometimes do, that your phone isstarting to slow down or behave inconsistently after beingcontinuously operated for more than a week. When certainapplications are closed, the RAM (operating memory) that they areusing may not be released reliably. If this happens a number oftimes, a general slowdown of the phone may be noticed. Restartingthe phone will normally completely resolve this situation.Note:FreeMemory-LastBoot will NOT reboot your phone. It simply showsavailable RAM and reminds you approximately when your phone waslast started up.No ads, no solicitations.Thanks to Pent, developerof Tasker.

App Information FreeMemory-LastBoot

  • App Name
    FreeMemory-LastBoot
  • Package Name
    org.kkef.a.fmlb
  • Updated
    December 5, 2016
  • File Size
    2.4M
  • Requires Android
    Android 4.0 and up
  • Version
    1.1
  • Developer
    Kurt Kaufman
  • Installs
    10+
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Productivity
  • Developer
  • Google Play Link

Kurt Kaufman Show More...

FreeMemory-LastBoot 1.1 APK
Kurt Kaufman
This is a very simple, completely free app which does only twothings: It indicates how much free RAM, or operating memory (asopposed to storage memory) you currently have available, and itindicates approximately how many days it has been since your phonewas last started up. Tap on its icon and the app briefly shows youthe information, and then closes automatically. If I run it, and Isee it's been more than about a week or so since I last started upmy phone, I generally reboot the phone when convenient. Why rebootafter a week? You may find, as I sometimes do, that your phone isstarting to slow down or behave inconsistently after beingcontinuously operated for more than a week. When certainapplications are closed, the RAM (operating memory) that they areusing may not be released reliably. If this happens a number oftimes, a general slowdown of the phone may be noticed. Restartingthe phone will normally completely resolve this situation.Note:FreeMemory-LastBoot will NOT reboot your phone. It simply showsavailable RAM and reminds you approximately when your phone waslast started up.No ads, no solicitations.Thanks to Pent, developerof Tasker.
Loading...