Application Cache is one of the main culprits when it comes low memory on your device. Besides having the Android OS and constant updates filling up the internal memory, each app generates its own cache data. Some make more, some make less. In order to get rid of it, you generally need to go into the Applications sections of the Settings menu, and individually clear the cache from every eligible app. Of course this is time consuming to say the least.
Enter Ace Cleaner. You can use Ace Cleaner to perform periodical cache purges. There's no need to purge everything, so you may uncheck apps that you want to maintain their cache data before committing. What's great about purging the cache, is that you won't lose any important data from your apps. Cache is only temporary in theory, but it appears that it does not always disappear when you close and app. This is especially true if the app is only minimized (not actually closed).
Evidently, Ace Cleaner also features a "RAM Booster", which closes running apps. This is of course unnecessary, as Android is smart enough to close apps automatically if it needs to make room for something else. There is no "RAM" on a tablet or phone. Using this feature will only drain your battery faster, as Android will need to repeatedly load frequently used apps.
The "Clean Junk" option does the same thing approximately, so I don't recommend it either. A third feature would be the app lock. With the App Lock you can allegedly force an extra pattern lock on specific apps. I could not make it work. It might probably come into effect after a reboot, but I didn't care to test. There's also a notification packer, that makes your notifications quiet and packs them up neatly into one main notification. Unfortunately, I could not make this feature work either.
- Memory cleaner
- App closer
- Duplicate photo detector
- Notification packer
- App Locker
Ace Cleaner is a decent solution for cache control. However, its extra features (those that work) are either not impressive or even detrimental to a device's performance.