Super App Manager — Cleaner,Booster - Review & Install Links

Super App Manager is a tool for controlling apps on your Android device. With it, you can clean up cache, remove junk files, force apps out of the memory, or uninstall them. Download Super App Manager for Android to pump up your experience!

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Features Review

App Control

The reason to install this app is, first of all, cleaning your memory. It analyzes your file system, detects and removes junk files left by certain apps. It can also clean cache for apps using web data, or force close them to clean up RAM. Finally, it has its own easy app uninstaller. It requires, though, some fine-tuning for it to work – for example, you need to provide access.

The app also has access to system settings. It can boost your phone performance with a CPU cooler, boost your memory by closing apps, or save your battery by closing the most consuming processes. Finally, it has an unnecessary but funny news section.

Last but not least: it doesn’t require root access, so you won’t have to bother if you don’t have it. On the other hand, no root means that the app will not do any serious harm to your system. Still be careful, though, and be sure to backup all of your important data.

What Android Cannot

Along with the basic features, the app has some extras that would be useful for conscious Android users. With it, you can set up notifications; fine adjustment panel lets you select which apps will notify you of new events, and which should wait until you check them manually. If your device has a Game Launcher installed, with Super App Manager you can allow some apps break through its block.

Another useful feature is locking certain apps, so they require authentication to run. It’s an extra guarantee that no curious guest will check the apps on your phone or tablet, even if they suddenly have it unlocked in their hands. This protection can be adjusted for any separate app.

The app is full of its own ads, though. Removing them is $4.99/week, and it is obviously overpriced. $149.99/year also seems too much for just removing ads. Given that it’s not the app for everyday use, staying with the free version makes more sense.

Pros

► Cleans cache and junk files;
► Requires no root access;
► Can lock certain apps additionally;
► Has an extra uninstalling tool;
► Has a widget.

Cons

► Ads are too annoying;
► Ad-free subscription is expensive and brings no new features;
► Uninstalling apps with SAM requires special access;
► The news section is quite unnecessary.

Is It Better Than Android’s Default?

Well, this app features easier interface than Android settings that you have to figure out. If you need to clean your phone often, set up notifications flexibly, or install and remove lots of apps, it makes sense to download Super App Manager. Is it worth paying? It’s up to you.

Average User Rating:
4.2
929 votes

Uninstall the app:

  1. Go to Settings menu
  2. Choose Apps or Application manager
  3. Touch the app you want to remove
  4. Press Uninstall
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Erno Uppa
Writer at AppSlam
Erno has been working with writing challenged clients for over four years. He especially enjoys testing and writing about new apps that make life easier.
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