All In One Booster PRO For Android Speeds Up Your Device Up To 60%!
Smartphones and tablets, in fact most computers, tend to deplete with age. Like their human masters, they succumb to viruses and such, and over time, become a little bloated, sluggish, and cannot reach the kind of peak levels they could when new. As is the case when a human decides to take to the gym and eat a little healthier, there’s always hope for our beloved devices, and if you feel like your Android handset or slab is not performing at the levels you expect, you may find some respite in the form of All In One Booster PRO.
Touted as a rejuvenatory app for Android, All In One Booster PRO scans arguably the four most important areas of your mobile device – battery, Wi-Fi, internet and cellular connection – and assesses whether they are performing at their optimum level. If it turns out your device is running a little off the pace, the booster element of the app kicks in, with developer KUFIE claiming improvements of up to 60% in terms of speed.
Although my Google ASUS Nexus 7 wasn’t running slow before I hit it with the All In One Booster PRO treatment, I have been pretty surprised to log some noticeable improvements. For example, whereas the battery was taking 4-5 hours to charge from low to full, it’s now a great deal quicker, and although I cannot say much for exactly how the app works it magic, I can vouch that it works as advertised.
With a five-star rating from 550+ users in less than two weeks since its Play Store release, it looks to have been a sure-fire hit, and although All In One Booster PRO will better benefit those on antiquated devices, it certainly does the trick for newer entries to the mobile market.
No matter how careful we often try to be in ensuring we don’t overload or overwork our mobile devices, these occurrences are a silently accepted part and parcel of owning one, but with All In One Booster PRO, you may just be able to resuscitate your cherished – albeit seemingly hopeless – smartphone or tablet.
Give it a try via the link below (it’s free), and let us know if you noticed any performance improvements by dropping us a line via the usual mediums below.