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Du Speed ​​Booster: the handyman app for your Android

Many times when installing and uninstalling apps, our Android device gets slow. This is because code and program scraps accumulate in the device's memory, taking up precious space. The application Du speed booster identifies these codes and removes them. With it, you can make your smartphone up to 60% faster.

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<p>Du Speed ​​Booster was developed by Baidu, Google Chinese. Its smart feature identifies useless files stored on the Android device and executes programming routines that stop overloading it. After four months, the app has been downloaded over 5 million times, with a rating of 4.4 on the Play Store.</p><div class=

In fact, the app has a simple design and quite nice interface. After installing it, he makes a diagnosis of his device, giving points on the performance, always based on the maximum potential. Users can then either choose to individually configure their device settings or speed things up automatically, for example by preventing one-app commands from stealing performance from the entire smartphone or by removing application logs from slowing down smartphones.

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 left, the initial diagnosis of Z Ultra at 40 points; right, 100-point optimized performance. / Baidu / AndroidPIT
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<p>But the <em>Du speed booster</em> It is not just for accelerating or optimizing the performance of your device. You have a good application manager, and you can select and delete individual or group apps, and move them to the SD card. Yes, this is a native feature of Android, but not all manufacturer interfaces are so rational in this field.</p>
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Here is the overview of app features:

  • Speed ​​throttle – With a single click of the user, the app performs routines that eliminate codes that degrade smartphone performance. In practice, this action can make cell phone operation up to 60% faster.
  • Game booster – This function concentrates the processing and memory features of the mobile phone in gaming applications, making them faster. The frame rate increases by an average of 25% with this function enabled, for example.
  • Trash cleaner – This feature scans the internal memory of the smartphone, and eventually of the user's SD card, to identify useless files that may slow down the operating system. It is up to the user to give OK to delete these files.
  • App Manager – A management tool allows users to view new apps, install and uninstall their smartphone apps and APKs. In addition, App Manager also allows users to move their apps to an SD card, freeing up internal memory on their device.

Overall, I can say that I really enjoyed the app, which is without doubt one of the best of its kind available on the Play Store. Two aspects, however, can be improved, and a lot. Firstly, the app's permissions seemed abusive to me. Why does an optimization application need unrestricted access to your camera, for example?

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Application permissions are somewhat abusive. / AndroidPIT / PlayStore
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<p>Secondly, the app generates a somewhat weird shortcut on the home screen. It just sits in the corners and can overlap with another application, and moving it shows a spaceship animation and an indication that the device has been optimized. All unnecessary, in my opinion. A traditional cone to access the app would suffice.</p>
<p>Du Speed ​​Booster can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store.</p><div class='code-block code-block-5' style='margin: 8px auto; text-align: center; display: block; clear: both;'>
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