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Spring Clean Your iPhone and iPad With PhoneClean

Just like Windows or Mac OS, Mobile OS like Android and iOS as well as apps running on it will create temporary files. Of course, these temporary files are useful for faster performance of your OS and apps, but over time, these files add up, occupy a significant amount of your storage space, and slows down overall performance of the device. On iPhone or iPad cleaning temporary files isn’t an easy job, but PhoneClean makes it extremely simple.

PhoneClean is a free application, which is designed to periodically clean junk files from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch to make it run fast and free up storage space. As your device has limited amount of storage, every MB of space is important.

PhoneClean can install on Windows 7 or Windows 8 (requires .NET Framework 3.5 for installing) and very simple to use.

 It requires only 3 Steps to Clean Your device 

- After installing PhoneClean, connect your iPhone or iPad with your PC and launch PhoneClean,

- Check the option “I’d like to keep off-line files” option if you wish to keep offline data generated by some Apps.

 - Then click “Start Scan” button. That’s all

PhoneClean can be downloaded (3.5MB) from developer's website for free.


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