PhoneClean

PhoneClean

Clean unnecessary files, cookies, corrupted files, etc. from your iPhones
3.9  (10 votes)
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Pros

  • Easy-to-use interface.
  • Supports most iPhone, iPad and iPod series.
  • Helps you free up space on your iPhone, iPad and iPod devices.

Cons

  • Slow scan.
  • Lacks Pause and Resume scan buttons.

PhoneClean is an efficient program that can help you clean all unnecessary files from your Apple device (iPhone, iPod or iPad) and free up some space for new music, pictures and videos.
This application accurately scans your device and calculates the amount of space you can save by removing the found temporary documents, junk files and remnants from wrongfully uninstalled apps. Having these unnecessary files on your iPhone or iPad not only eats up a lot of space on your device but it also slows down its performance. Another great advantage of using PhoneClean is that it helps you protect the privacy of your personal data by clearing information like passwords, account numbers, browsing history and many other data.

However, the main disadvantage of this program is that it takes a lot of time to scan the device and clean the unwanted files. Plus, there aren't any Pause and Resume buttons for these two procedures (scan and clean), so all is left for you to do is wait.

If I have to summarize, PhoneClean does a great job of clearing space on your iPhone, iPad and iPod. But when it comes to processing speed, the application fails to meet the standard requirements. The program has no price, therefore, it's up to you to decide whether it's worth to give it a try or not.

Ashley Griggs
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