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Sponsored App Review: MoboMarket For PC All-In-One Device Management Tool

July 17, 2015 - Written By Justin Diaz

MoboMarket for PC is more than just a way to manage the files on your device. Although once upon a time it did start as a great way to manage files between your phone and your PC, it’s now a fully-fledged all-in-one management tool which has a lot more to offer than just moving files back and forth. MoboMarket for PC offers a way to manage your files as well as your contacts, messages, pictures, videos, and even apps all through a hand PC interface, and it allows two easy ways to connect your phone to your computer so there’s no hassle. MoboMarket for PC  doesn’t just work for Android either, it also works with iOS (which has its own themed skin in Blue) should you have a device running on that particular platform.

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Before you can get started with this tool however, you’ll need to visit the MoboMarket for PC website and download the latest version of the PC tool which is now version 5, install it, and once it’s installed on your PC you’ll need to connect your device to have the program install the MoboDaemon apk onto your phone so they can connect with each other.

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As stated above MoboMarket for PC allows users to connect their phones to the MoboMarket for PC app in one of two separate ways, either with a USB cable which is the more traditional method, but if you don’t have a USB cable handy or just simply don’t want to retrieve it from where ever it resides in the house, you can also connect the device via WiFi as long as both the phone and computer are connected to the same local network. This does not allow you to connect remotely.

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If you’re simply looking for an easy way to keep on top of file management through your PC, MoboMarket for PC has you covered. In V.5 the design of the program comes with a slick new green interface which sort of looks inspired by material design, and it also has a few bug fixes, as well as an optimized auto-upgrade mechanism, and the team at MoboMarket for PC has also strengthened the device connection and file management experience to make things even better than before.

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From the main home screen of the program you’ll see the multiple options with which you can initiate different tasks, including seeing your device details, your media, your resources, and there’s also a toolbox with options like a file manager, backup and restore tools, a space cleaner  to get rid of junk files on your device and a tool to mirror your device screen on the PC in full screen mode. There’s even an option to boost your device by clearing up some RAM.

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From the “device” screen you have access to specific details like the system and hardware information such as Android version, device manufacturer, screen resolution, whether or not the device is rooted, and it tells you how much internal and external storage your device currently has. You can also see a small depiction of your device itself with the mirrored screen, similar to when you use the full-screen tool from the toolbox and you can take a screenshot of the phone of its current screen and save it to the computer or copy it to clipboard. Everything is separated into different categories with device details being under the “summary” category.

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Down the side of your device screen you’ll see multiple options of what you can do like view your different media, your SMS messages where you can send and receive just like if you were messaging on your phone, and other things like your system apps, installed apps, and updates.

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Under the apps options, you can install or uninstall apps, and for the apps that have updates you can update them using MoboMarket for PC so you don’t have to go through and do it from the Play Store on your device. Under the Resources screen which you can get to the from the navigation tabs up top, you have access to MoboMarket for PC’s store of apps and games, making this like their version of Google Play.

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MoboMarket for PC is a completely robust tool with lots to offer for anyone who has need of something that can help them manage multiple aspects of their device. You can use it for simple file management when you want to move things back and forth between both the PC and the phone, but it offers so much more than that which is nice to have should you need it. With a handful of different useful tools at your disposal you can move some files around, free up some RAM, get rid of junk files, send a few messages and manage your apps all from one place, which could end up saving you some time later on in the day.

Ratings

  • Speed (4.5/5) – When it comes to moving between MoboMarket for PC’s different tools, the program does so with little effort or lag leaving you feeling like things are moving at a nice fluid pace.
  • Features (5/5) – There’s no disputing that MoboMarket for PC has a bunch to offer. All-in-one management tool really means All-in-one management tool giving users full control of their device management.
  • Theme (5/5) – With MoboMarket for PC’s updated UI to look almost Material Design-like, it’s hard not to love the style approach they’ve taken in the new version 5.0
  • Overall (4.5/5) – If you’re looking for a way to manage multiple things on your device from one tool, MoboMarket for PC can provide you with that and makes things easy to use as well as pleasing to look at while using them.

Pros

  • Setup was quicker and easier than older versions of the program making it the best version yet.
  • Lots of tools and options to manage your device
  • Great new UI for the desktop tool
  • Easy access to all the tools different options

Cons

  • Full-screen mode in the toolbox takes a little longer to catch up to the screen on the device when you switch screens.

Overall, MoboMarket for PC has done some great work here in bringing users an all-in-one tool to manage their device. Setup was relatively simple, the program is pretty user-friendly, and it isn’t an eyesore. The experience would be great for anyone looking to manage their device from their PC, and the option to connect via WiFi is great for those who may not have their USB with them. Plus MoboMarket for PC is free to use, so you can’t argue with that.