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iFreeUpfor Mac

1.0.0

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As iOS devices store more files, their performance slows down until they become unusable. iFreeUp is a program that reverses that process by clearing your storage space of unnecessary data.

Easy navigation and powerful tools

iFreeUp removes junk files in just one click, improving your iPhone performance. It boosts your phone’s health and makes your overall experience more comfortable.

This system improvement tool frees up space on your device by shredding junk files, cookies, caches, and logs. That way, it makes smartphones run faster and prevents privacy leaks.

The tool is safe to install and use, displaying no adware, malware, or spyware. Once you launch it, a sleek black interface will welcome you to the program. You can access the functions from two main tabs called Quick Clean and File Manager.

Quick clean features five sections that tackle various parts of your memory and storage. You can delete junk, shred photos, perform sweeps and anti-theft privacy scans, and optimize performance.

You import, export, and delete your stored data from the File Manager tab. It will display your phone’s contents in categories, which you browse through and handle as needed.

Once you scan your memory, the app will display issues found on the right. All you need to do next is click a large Clean button to handle the problems.

When it comes to transfers and backups, besides the usual, you can save progress on apps and games. It’s as simple as exporting an app and importing it to another device.

Where can you run this program?

This app runs on Windows 10, Mac OS X 10.7, and iOS 10 and earlier versions of all operating systems.

Is there a better alternative?

Yes, because iFreeUp can be too pricey. iCareFone is similar yet more affordable, and PhoneClean runs more smoothly. If you only need to transfer files, MobiMover has you covered.

Our take

iFreeUp is a useful app to keep your phone running smoothly. It’s a shame that it makes people pay for full access.

Should you download it?

Yes, if you can buy the Pro version for full capacities. Otherwise, there are cheaper utilities to manage your device.

iFreeUpfor Mac

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