Greenify – The Resource Saving Popular Android App Can Now Function Even on Non-Rooted Devices

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  • 13 Jan 2014
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  • Greenify is the type of app that has gained a lot in popularity since it was first launched and of which we’ve talked about in the past. It has proven its usefulness in saving resources and battery life for those that have decided to give it a try and in now used on a large scale by Android fans no matter what device they’re running. Version 2 instead brings a feature that will make the app gain even more in popularity.


    As any advanced app of this sort, Greenify requires, at least required root. That is until now when the developers decided to give the non-rooted users a shot at it and allow them to benefit from all the features the app offers. Still there is a slight disadvantage in using the app without granted super-user permissions. That refers to the auto-hibernate function that will not work in a non-root environment. Still the developers have thought of that too and integrated a shortcut that auto-hibernates all apps with a touch og a button.

    Greenify is a one of a kind app, capable of placing the less used – resource draining apps in a hibernate mode so that to save battery life and prolong life usage. It offers a highly intuitive interface and is capable of unveiling the potential threats to the device’s usage pattern. With it you can place in hibernation mode just about any app, though you wouldn’t want to do that for software that provides notifications (like GMail or Facebook) or widgets. The new version is now available for download on the Google Play Store for free.


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