Featured: Top 10 Cache Cleaning Apps For Android

Cleaning your device's cache can be one of the most basic, yet useful actions an android user can perform. No matter what you use your mobile device for, caches build up a large amount of unwanted or unneeded data. In turn, this can cause your device to slow down and hamper performance. Therefore, keeping your cache clean and free can help improve the performance of your device. With that in mind, a good cache cleaner is always a good option to download and install. Here are ten cache cleaning apps you might want to try.

CCleaner

Starting today's list is an app which will need little introduction to some android users. CCleaner is one of the most popular cleaning apps available and offers users the ability to clean all aspects of their smartphone. Of course, one of those aspects which can be effectively cleaned is the cache.

App Cache Cleaner - 1Tap Clean

Unlike the previous app, this is not an all-in-one cleaning solution and instead is far more focused on the one task in-hand, cleaning caches. The benefit of this app is that it is quick and very easy to use, with the ability to open and immediately clean cache and improve performance.

SD Maid - System Cleaning Tool

SD Maid is another option which many users will already be aware of. This app is again, a more all-in-one cleaning option. Not to mention, this is a very powerful cleaner and has the ability to really clean systems in full. As such this one does come with the "use at your own risk" mantra.

DU Speed Booster丨Cache Cleaner

A lot of apps will market themselves as both a cache cleaner and speed booster. This is because the principle of cleaning your cache should improve and speed up performance. Du Speed Booster is another example of this type of app. If you are looking to boost performance and quickly clean cache, then this might be one to try.

AVG Cleaner & Battery Saver

Many will be familiar with AVG due to their abundance of security and protection apps and services for mobiles. If you are someone who likes their style of apps, then AVG cleaner might be the app to try. This free option will provide a perfect compliment to the rest of your AVG apps suite and clean your cache in the process.

Cache Cleaner

Once again, this is another dedicated cache cleaning app with limited to no other features or functions. Like the other dedicated apps, this one offers an easy route to making sure that your cache is quickly cleaned and maintained. Not to mention, this is free and also ad-free.

Cache Cleaner

Although, the name of this one is the same as the last, that is because both of them are simply cache cleaners. However, a disclaimer is needed with this one. This app has not been updated in almost two years. That said, it still remains a popular option for android users. Especially those who are rooted. This is largely due to this app being an app by JRummy, who is also known for other rooted apps and features. Of course, you don't need to be rooted to use this app. Rooted or not though, if you do download, it would be wise not to expect or be waiting on an update with this one.

CM Speed Booster丨Cache Cleaner

While CM has their own and fully fledged cleaning app, this one is designed to be for those looking for a straightforward cache cleaner/performance booster app and one which comes with the backing of quite a well-known company. If that is what you are looking for, then this might be the app to go try.

Cache Clear

Cache Clear is another app which gets straight to the point. That said, as well as offering a one-touch cleaning option, this one does come with some more basic choices like cleaning specific caches and so on.

Avast GrimeFighter - Cleaner

Moving back to the bigger names in the industry Avast are another company who have a suite of cleaning, performance and protection apps. GrimeFighter is one of the apps which is specifically intended to improve performance and rid your device of junk files and built-up caches.

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