Optimize Android Phone Ram Memory, Battery Life, Bill – Free Apps

There are many ways to optimize your phone Ram, battery power and monthly mobile bill. To do that we can use free apps and disable some unwanted features. Google Play Store rich in apps.

Everyone like to install lots of applications on our Android phone. Because, now there are more than 200,000 apps for various purposes. If we install lots of apps, most of the time it will slow down our phone, tablet. Moreover if you play games, surf the internet then these things require more battery power.

This post I added popular three android apps. You can configure their settings for optimum usage. In addition to these steps, if you have a rooted device, you can remove pre-installed bloatware apps.

In this post, I have added two utility apps that can optimize your phone, tablet performances and three settings tweaks. These apps and tweaks can’t give significant performance improvement, but it will help in some amount.

Memory booster.

Memory Booster

Memory booster is one of the best free ram optimizing application. This tool can automatically and manually (one click) end unwanted applications for increase free ram capacity in your Android Smartphone. Furthermore you can view how about your phone resource usage.

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Norton mobile utility.


The Norton mobile utility & task killer also similar to memory booster, but this app has more features than it. However it’s still in beta stage but when I am testing it worked perfectly so I permanently install it. We can use this free tool for optimize Android ram, improve battery life (charge), Move apps to SD, SD apps installer, view remains talk time, music listing time, saving time, CPU and memory usage, Network utilization, view system full information, display total talk time, data usage, send and receive SMS number. Apart from that we can use this free app for managing monthly total talk time, SMS and data usage to optimize our many many more.

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Change screen brightness.

We can use our screen brightness more effectually for saving battery life. To adjust the brightness of the screen go to “Setting>Display>Brightness”. In addition to that there’re free apps for easily adjust this process; Brightness Level is a free app widget for this one. It has 5 preset levels to quickly adjust.

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Disable keyboard vibration.

When we are typing our phone vibrate, this process also eats lots of battery life and its unwanted thing. So its better to disable this option. To do that go to “Setting> Languages & keyboard” now tap your keyboard and unchecked “Vibration on key press”.





Disable data traffic, GPS, WiFi etc at unwanted time.

If you always enable data traffic, Bluetooth, WiFi and GPS connections they also use a considerable amount of electricity. So we can use them when we want to use. To enable and disable them go to “Setting>Wireless & Networks”.

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