Your Daily AppGratis: SYSTEM UTIL Dashboard

Tue, Mar 26, 2013

Frisky Misc, iPhone, Mobile

Every day, TriplePoint client AppGratis locates an app that they think ought to be free for a day. We download and take a look for ourselves to let you know what awaits you – why not? It’s free.

It can feel a bit sinister, at times, realizing you’re carrying a device in your pocket that’s constantly sending information to and from mysterious third parties — processing away on a hundred tasks it doesn’t think you need to know about. What is your iPhone doing when you’re not looking? What is it hiding from you? Today’s temporarily free app, SYSTEM UTIL, will help you pull back the curtain for a closer look at what your device is up to, providing you with an in-depth glance at what’s draining your battery, what’s occupying your CPU, and how much bandwidth you’re hogging.

SYSTEM UTIL’s strength is a clean, easy-to-decipher interface, giving you an immediate rundown of all your phone’s vitals, with further details just a tap away. Better still, each subsection of the dashboard — including battery, RAM, disk space, and others — also comes with a list of tips and tricks for maximizing your device’s efficiency, including step-by-step instructions on how to force apps to fully close, how to get better battery life, and so on. There’s even a function to help you get a full charge instead of just a top-off when you plug in — and another to check your current Internet speed.

Free up your RAM for free by checking AppGratis today.

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