So far on Guiding Tech we have talked about Android apps with which you can batch uninstall apps, optimize CPU usage, or clean up junk from the device. These apps usually specialize in one thing to help you better manage your Android smartphone. But today I am going to talk about an amazing Android app that combines all these tasks under a single roof.
All-In-One Toolbox is an amazing app that packs in a system cleaner, optimizer, app manager, startup manager, backup and restore module, simple file manager and a lot more. You can manage all of these facets of your Android’s performance right from this very app. So let’s install the app and check out all it has to offer.
All-In-One Toolbox for Android
Right after you install the app and launch it, the very first screen you will see is a pie chart of your ROM, RAM, and storage usage. The first thing you should do is clean up the junk from your droid.
Once you tap the Clean option, the app will automatically start analyzing the junk on your phone and give you a brief report. In the Advanced tab you can get a detailed idea about the apps and the cache they maintain on your device so that you can clean it accordingly. On the top right edge of the screen, there’s an option button with which you can create a one-tap shortcut to clean the junk. The second module on the home screen is the Boost. Using this feature, you can force-kill any process on your device.
Note: It’s not a good practice to force an app to stop running on your Android device. Make sure you only kill an app when it’s draining battery due to high CPU usage or it has become unresponsive for some reason.
The third section is the Toolbox where you will find many amazing tools like batch uninstaller and startup optimizer. Let’s have a look at them one by one.
Batch Install and Uninstall
With this feature you can install and uninstall apps in groups. While installing, the app will search for all the APK files you have on your SD card and install them one by one. For uninstalling, select the apps you would like to uninstall and the app will uninstall them one after another once given your permission.
Backup and Restore
Backup and restore can be used to backup the apps you have installed from the Play Store locally. The apps will be stored as APK files (excluding the data files) and you can restore them to the device when needed.
Boot Speedup and Customize Startup
Using these two modules you can have an app automatically run when you start your Android or you can choose to exclude apps from the system startup that are already there. This feature can be useful if you want a service or an app to be ready when your system boots.
Apart from that, there’s a simple file manager and you can use the App2SD feature to transfer your apps and games form internal storage to an external SD card. You can create a homescreen shortcut for all the modules. But that’s not all, the app also features additional plugins that you can install from the Play Store to increase the features of the app.
All-In-One Toolbox is really a remarkable app that brings everything you need to manage your device under a single roof. The app is free to use, but comes with ads. The ad-free version can be purchased for $1.99. So go on and try out the app and let us know what you think about it. Don’t forget to take a glance at all the additional plugins the app has to offer.
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