We Recommend: Advanced Tools for Android Has it All

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  • 19 Jul 2012
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  • All-in-One tools for managing different functions and operations are something we rather miss having. Good apps are sometimes hard to find. That is why we make recommendations after trying them. Advanced Toolshas great potential I’m sure all of you will appreciate.

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    When apps like Advanced Tools are developed we quickly find how convenient it is to have all we need in one place, without the need for separate apps. It’s not the large number of features that’s important. It’s the usefulness of every characteristic that makes it count. Let’s now talk about the app. Advanced Tools is good for users with rooted devices as well as without. The first category has, of course, access to more advanced functions but it’s good all the same for normal use. What you get is:  file manager, task manager, apk manager, system manager, device-related tools (gps, sensors, flashlight) and much more. It’s a dream come tru for most.

    The File Manager has full root capabilities and FTP client support. With the APK Manager you can manage and remove applications and obtain detailed info about the Android Packages (Apk) installed. Root users have the ability to backup and restore applications, freeze and/or delete system applications. System Manager – For non-root users it’s a diagnostic tool (all the values are read only), for root users a powerful tool to configure system properties, kernel virtual memory and Android’s internal task killer, permanently or even temporarily. Then the Task Manageris used to kill apps and get in-depth info over processes and running services. There is also a Sensor Analyzer, GPS Status and Fix, Flashlight and other useful functions. Some of the features offered are even better then some of the popular stand-alone apps.

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    The Free version of Advanced Tools is add supported and misses some functions. You can get the full Pro version at a price that I’m sure you’ll find it’s worth it.

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    • http://finestandroid.com/ Alex

      It is working but I prefer separate FileManager app, separate TaskManager app and so on.
      One app for all is just not good enough …

    • AndMe

      Actually this is the most convenient, useful and nice looking thing i tried. I’m keeping this one and getting rid of 5-6 other apps at least.

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