Auto Memory Manager

Auto Memory Manager


Please note that Auto Memory Manager is currently not compatible with Android 5.x (Lollipop). We will update this information in the future as the status changes.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4/5 as reviewed by PCMag (http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2402039,00.asp) and included in PCMag's Top 100 Android Apps of 2013 (http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2393099,00.asp)

Forget about "kill all" buttons and all the hassle. AMM lets you customize the out-of-memory manager settings on your phone so you don't have to do it yourself with task killers. This works on both rooted and unrooted phones. So just start it up and forget about it.

If you have any questions or find a bug/problem please email the developer. We will try to reply ASAP.

task killer minfree lowmemkiller AMM

Recent changes:
Version 2.2.2
We heard your feedback loud and clear and worked on it immediately. So this update includes:
* the option to turn off notifications in Preferences.
* bug fixes.

Version 2.2.1
This version adds some big changes when using Auto Clean Up mode. There's a new Stats option in the Menu that allows you to:
* See how much memory AMM has freed up.
* How many times each app has been killed.
* Notification of how much memory AMM is freeing up.
* Feedback notification.
Add to list
Free
85
4.3
User ratings
8198
Installs
500,000+
Concerns
1
File size
778 kb
Screenshots
Video of Auto Memory Manager Screenshot of Auto Memory Manager Screenshot of Auto Memory Manager Screenshot of Auto Memory Manager Screenshot of Auto Memory Manager Screenshot of Auto Memory Manager Screenshot of Auto Memory Manager Screenshot of Auto Memory Manager Screenshot of Auto Memory Manager
About Auto Memory Manager
Please note that Auto Memory Manager is currently not compatible with Android 5.x (Lollipop). We will update this information in the future as the status changes.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

4/5 as reviewed by PCMag (http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2402039,00.asp) and included in PCMag's Top 100 Android Apps of 2013 (http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2393099,00.asp)

Forget about "kill all" buttons and all the hassle. AMM lets you customize the out-of-memory manager settings on your phone so you don't have to do it yourself with task killers. This works on both rooted and unrooted phones. So just start it up and forget about it.

If you have any questions or find a bug/problem please email the developer. We will try to reply ASAP.

task killer minfree lowmemkiller AMM

Recent changes:
Version 2.2.2
We heard your feedback loud and clear and worked on it immediately. So this update includes:
* the option to turn off notifications in Preferences.
* bug fixes.

Version 2.2.1
This version adds some big changes when using Auto Clean Up mode. There's a new Stats option in the Menu that allows you to:
* See how much memory AMM has freed up.
* How many times each app has been killed.
* Notification of how much memory AMM is freeing up.
* Feedback notification.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 21, 2015
Made no difference
A Google User
Jul 18, 2015
App works The only thing I get is the slider no other information went to developers site and I can't find the pro version there or play store
A Google User
Jul 18, 2015
Can't open it to configure it. Seems to work in the background but I can't change any settings. Very frustrating.
A Google User
Jul 18, 2015
Fantastic Application. Thank you, I am enjoying smooth and easy way my device functioning after instilling your apps. It is a rich and new experience.
A Google User
Jul 18, 2015
Works a charm! It takes having or getting knowledge of your phone's inner workings before AMM really shines. It is not enough to just mash one of the available modes. I was still having apps restart until I added personally crucial apps to the whitelist. Now, the phone has calmed down. Also, I find that not having certain apps unpredictably shutting down is worth the little bit of a battery hit from AMM. Just watch the cycle timer. More frequent checks or too many whitelist items equals faster battery drain.
Version 1000000
Version 1000000