What's the worst kind of customer service? I'll tell you. The kind that cannot be reached. After pinning down my tablet by using one of Turbo Cleaner's features, I was left at the mercy of the developers to sort up the mess. Or so I thought. You see, there's this little program called Android Multitools that can really get you out of a tight spot, especially if you find yourself locked out of your own device. However, before taking the matters into my own hands, I patiently waited for a reply from them. What I can safely say is that the recovery email is useless, and tech support is nowhere near a computer with Internet access.
Coming back to features, Turbo Cleaner is another app that claims to save my phone from slowness and overheating (like that is ever a problem). Boosting memory is unnecessary on flash drives such as the ones mobile devices. The memory problems are a thing for physical drives. Computers have RAM for a reason. That's to be able to smoothly run programs without spinning the disk like a DJ does with a turntable. Memory cleaning is required when the RAM drives are to full to handle the current app. With flash drives however, there's no need for that.
Junk and Cache cleaning may be of some use, especially since updates tend to eat more an more space (PRO TIP: Don't install all updates all the time) The battery saver is a useful too. Unlike memory, battery strength is an issue here. Apps that consume a lot of power to stay up may be hiding in the background while they're not in use. It is a good idea to keep an eye on them.
Finally, the security options may look enticing, but if i can attest to one thing, is that if anything goes wrong in this department, you're on your own.
- Phone Boost
- Junk File & Cache Cleaner
- Battery management
- Cool Down monitor
Turbo Cleaner Boost Clean falls into the same issue like every other cleaner out there. The bad personal experience that I had with the security features are enough to give it a low recommendation.