Tip: Greatly increase battery and memory performance on your Android device

 Android devices are great. Weither it be a smart phone or tablet, they have nice, vibrant displays coupled with super powerful processors such as the Tegra CPU, backed up with a wealth of other technologies that create a fast, adaptive device you simply can’t live without.

However all of these devices are at the mercy of the battery within. Sure, they have improved, however with all this high-tech processing going on and our multi-uses of the Android platform such as syncing, emails, web  and not forgetting voice and text, even the latest battery technologies cannot always keep up, especially at the end of the day when you might just need it. If you want to greatly extend the battery life of your Android device (and its free!) and keep memory in tip-top condition then continue reading.

There are many ‘battery savers’ for the Android platform but few have the proven track record that the free from Google Play app called Easy Battery saver from 2Easy. Easy Battery Saver will increase your Android device’s battery by up to X2 times and is easy to configure, is totally intelligent in operation and if required, can be customized to your requirements…and belive me it works!

Get Easy Battery Saver now from Google Play and remember it’s totally free..

And if you find your Android device gets sluggish, a bit of lag on opening or closing apps for example, it could be a case you are running out of system memory. Many devices only have ‘just enough’ to function well, so every little saved will greatly increase speed.

Again from 2Easy is a great little app called Easy Task Killer which runs in the background and flushes out apps that hog memory, everything is automatic and needs no user intervention – you can actually see how much memory you’ve saved!

Get Easy Task Killer now from Google Play and remember it’s totally free too..

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Happy (and extended) Android device usage..

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