Caching is done to improve the performance and speed and the same applies to Android apps as well. Almost all apps uses caching to store data used by the apps, but over a period of time these cache increases in size unless there is mechanism to auto delete the cache. The cache uses the storage space in your phone and most of the phones have limited space in the form of 8GB or 16GB and hence it ends up eating a lot of space from your internal storage.
Apart from this, sometimes the app performance is also affected due to caching and you might need to clear the cache. Generally if you want to clear the cache, you go to the application settings and then manually clear the app cache. But if you have lot of apps installed on your Android phone or tablet, this process is time consuming. In such cases, you can use the free tool App Cache Cleaner.
This freeware tool allows you to clear the cache for all installed apps in one go making it easier. When you run the app, it scans for all installed programs and calculates the space occupied by the cache for each app.
It lists the apps in three colors, apps with more than 500KB of cache are listed in red, 50-500KB are listed in yellow and less than 50KB are listed in green. Hit the Clear All button and all the cache is cleared in one go. You can see the amount of space you can reclaim when you clear the cache. From the settings, you can also manage the auto clear interval. This is helpful if you use apps on your phone quite regularly on a daily basis.
This tool can free a lot of storage memory for your phone, free phone internal memory and get more internal ROM storage. It is an app which is crucial to anyone who has memory management issues. The app also has a widget, which can clear the cache from the home screen.
Overall, App Cache Cleaner is a very useful free app for every Android user.[appbox googleplay mobi.infolife.cache]
i used to clean cache with ” all in one toolbox ” , i think that it’s the best application for boosting android devices
i’ll try this one anyway
( sorry for my horrible english )