CCleaner comes to Android, Joining the Many other Cleaning Apps in the Play Store

Many of you might be happy to see CCleaner come to Android, as I know it's pretty popular on Mac and PC. Finally it's arrived on the Play Store. Not only has CCleaner hit the Play Store, but they have a Google+ Community for the beta version. Piriform, the company behind CCleaner has talked about the feature set that they want in the app:

The feature set is already extensive and full of essential tools to keep your devices running like new: Optimize - Browser History, Application Cache, Clipboard and more, Clean - Call Logs and SMS messages individually, in bulk, by age or by contact, Reclaim storage space by quickly removing unwanted applications, Monitor your CPU, RAM, storage space and battery levels.

And that's just the beginning, we're also working on; Process management and RAM cleaning, Custom folder cleaning, Features for rooted devices, And much, much more!

So that CCleaner has a lot planned for their app, and if you want to be among the first to try the new features on CCleaner and go ahead join the Google+ community and opt-in to the beta so that you'll get the beta features, you can also use the Google+ Community to report bugs and such to the developers. For those that need help in joining the beta, just head to the Google+ Community, then head to the Google Play Store, and click on "Become a Tester" and you're in. It's just that easy. Pretty much the same as the process for any other beta app.

CCleaner already has some stiff competition with CleanMaster which both do the same thing basically. They can clean up your phone from temporary files, the cache and more. To keep the device running smooth and fast. Which is what we always want. How many of you are going to join the Google+ community for CCleaner? Let us know in the comments below.

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