Greenify Will Keep Your Apps at Bay from Running when Not Needed

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  • 23 Feb 2013
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  • We mostly like to install and test Android apps on our tablet or smartphone, from the many thousands available on the Store. As the time passes we can´t help notice that the device refuses to spring into action when giving a command, just as it did when we first took it out of the box.


    The fact that a large number of apps can slow your system down has been discussed many times. While the sheer number of files can put any CPU to the test, what if the system has to handle a great deal of tasks running in the background. Under these circumstances it is no wonder that the system slows down and we feel the need to reset the OS. Here is one very efficient solution for keeping all those apps at bay and having them around just when needed.

    For rooted devices, Greenify by developer Oasis Feng is the best thing. The app keeps the apps from exercising any activity while not needed and having them only act when they´r opened. Thus the system can free resources and the battery life is improved. The app provides a list with recommendations to be ¨greenifyed¨ and also can act for any app installed on your system except system apps. Google Maps, for example, as a resource hog can be converted to a user app and kept at bay with Greenify. It is one solution you should´t miss and it works wonders.

    Greenify is available for free and without ads on the Play Store.

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