Bitdefender, the award-winning provider of innovative antivirus solutions, after successful worldwide beta testing has launched Power Tune-Up, a free app to maximize the performance of Android, while sparing precious battery power and controlling data traffic. Power Tune-Up, the latest creation of the antivirus provider keeps Android users from reaching data traffic limits through notices and thresholds, frees up space to maximize performance and lets you keep on communicating with its Battery Saver option. It requires Android 2.2 and upwards and you can download it directly from your phone or just hit this link to push the app to your phone.
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"Bitdefender is strengthening its offering of services for mobile devices with this incredibly useful utility for Android devices," said Alexandru Catalin Cosoi, Chief Security Researcher at Bitdefender. "Power Tune Up does a great job, while minimizing CPU usage and battery impact. It's part of the luxury fleet of Bitdefender apps for mobile devices."
Power Tune-Up keeps you updated on the status of your battery, tweaks settings to save power, monitors data traffic volumes to make sure you always know where your limit is, and frees up space from internal memory as well as internal and external SD cards. The app has been fine-tuned since February by beta testers from Brazil to the US to India to Russia to the UK and elsewhere, is available in English and Portuguese and will soon be adapted to Spanish, German, French and Romanian. The Battery Saver mode lets you save battery and you can even create a custom profile for extra control. You can also view and stop the processes that impact CPU and RAM, know available talk or standby time, clean up your device to gain extra storage by removing unnecessary cache and temporary files from your device’s internal storage, as well as from external memory cards. You also have the option to install the Power Tune-Up widget to keep an eye on the remaining battery time.
Published Date: Apr 23, 2012 10:00 am | Updated Date: Apr 23, 2012 10:00 am