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Review All-In-One Toolbox (29 Tools)
Powerful system utility application that cleans phone of junk
Author: Kevin Vadala
Date: tested on 26 Jun 2017 on
Wide array of useful features, good user interface
False advertising in some ways
All-In-One Toolbox for Android is an application that aims to do a little bit of everything. It’s a powerful and clutter free application that comes with premium features, but the free version still gets the job done. It’s a great application for cleaning your phone of left over downloads.
While All-In-One sounds complicated, it’s very easy and intuitive to use. When you open the application you can see varying stats about your phone like: Ram, SD card, and ROM. ROM is where your phone storage is. You can tap Ram and it will do a quick refresh and cleaning of your Ram. I’m a little bit skeptical of these type of features. I’m not sure the phone even need’s it’s Ram refreshed like this as the operating system most people have are fairly good at multitasking and application management. From there, you can clean your ROM by deleting extraneous downloads, old files, or cache. When you finish, it gives you a little trophy and it almost makes the experience feel game-like.
Besides those two features, you can also access the toolbox. A very handy feature in the toolbox is the batch uninstall feature. As a game reviewer, I often download a lot of applications and some aren’t always things I want permanently on my phone. This makes it easy to uninstall a lot of apps at once. You simply check the applications and push delete all. For someone looking to clean up their home screen, this could also be a good solution. I also like that with root capabilities you can uninstall some bloatware with System App Uninstall. I really really like how it tells you which bloatwares are safe to remove.
There also other useful but explanatory things like system backup, and move to SD card is useful if your phone supports it.
All-in-One Toolbox may sound like an application that is too good to be true. In some ways it is. Most of the advertised tools that come along aren’t pre-installed and require additional plugins. These additional plugins are even’t as useful as the core package. So don’t be turned away from the flaky advertising because the application does have good features among some more gimmicky ones.