As you all know, there are a number of different Android skins available out there. Some of those skins / UIs actually ship with pre-installed third-party apps, well, all of them do. Most often than not, people tend not to use the majority of those apps, but in some cases they can be quite useful. Some devices ship with services like Clean Master pre-installed, or some other similar app. Applications like this can be useful because they let you uninstall applications, more than one at a time, same goes for deleting empty folders on the device, cleaning leftover data from apps you’ve already uninstalled, etc.
As I already mentioned, there are a number of apps like that available out in the Play Store, and we’re here to talk about one such app, the Droid Keeper 2.0. This application can be really useful to have, it’s basically your cleaner, optimizer and power saver, all in one. Now, the cleaner part might be the most useful feature of such apps, but in case you need it for anything else, there you have it. This app actually has lots of features, it can clean your cash, kill apps in the background, batch uninstall apps, autolaunch apps, hide your photos, lock your apps… and so much more. There are quite a few features listed by the company in the Google Play store, and as soon as you fire up the app you’ll be able to see all of those with your own eyes.
Speaking of which, the application is actually well-designed, and due to it a joy to use. The Droid Keeper 2.0 is actually a direct competitor to apps such as Clean Master, CCleaner, The Cleaner, etc. The only question here is, what features do you need, and which app suits you best. Either way, if you’d like to take a closer look at this app, check out the images in the gallery down below. Now, this app is free to use, though it does offer in-app purchases. You’ll need Android 4.1+ to run it, in case you’re interested. If you’d like to try it out, click on the Google Play banner below this article.