Have you heard of Android Assistant but you don’t know what it is for and how to use it? Assistant for Android is an application that you can download for free from the Google Play Store and that allows you to manage various functions on your mobile / tablet, manage processes, uninstall apps you no longer use, and that undermine battery consumption.
In short, thanks to Android Assistant, you have the possibility to improve the general performance of the system. All with a few clicks and in a simple way: you don’t need to be an expert geek to use it! In this guide, I’ll explain how it works.
Android Assistant How It Works?
Android Assistant includes 18 functions, through which you can optimize your device by monitoring the running processes, eliminating the cache, unnecessary files, superfluous elements, moving apps from the internal memory to the SD in a simple way. It, therefore, allows you to make more careful use of Android’s energy resources.
- Once you have installed Android Assistant, all you have to do is open it and you will notice that it is divided into tabs. Here’s how the most important cards work:
- The Monitor tab shows all the information on the CPU, RAM, and battery. If you tap on “Quick Clean”, you free up memory in the system which will automatically wipe out all unnecessary files and close the apps that are not needed at that moment.
- The Process tab shows all processes active at this time. To close one that you may not need, all you have to do is check it and tap on “Close Selected”.
- The Tools tab includes the “Volume Control” section to fine-tune the volume settings to your liking; the “Ringtone” section to set the way to use the device; the “Clean Cache” section to free up cache space.
Finally, thanks to the “Smart Assistant” button you can deselect all applications that automatically start as soon as you turn on the device, slowing down startup, performance and negatively affecting battery consumption. To deselect an app, check it and then tap “Uninstall”, select all the apps you want to uninstall, and then tap “Uninstall”.
You can download Android Assistant for free from the Play Store. After downloading and installing it, turn it off and on your smartphone for the installation to take effect. You will also be offered the possibility to install a widget directly on the Home of your device, for quick access.