Nice but needs improvements Lenovo androids have proprietary Cleaner widget on its homescreen preinstalled. It is a circular widget resembling a fishbowl. The liquid inside changes color depending on cache memory storage status. It also shows percentage number on it. 1 click and it instantly clears with animation of liquid emptying and filling up with different color. I hoped this widget was similar but it needs a lot of improvement. Start with percentage instead of KBS. Add container filling up and emptying. Needs faster response UI.
Almost prefect Does the job. However, would be a truly great widget if 1. a notification appeared at the bottom of the screen after cleaning the cache (similar to that featured in advanced task killer) and 2. the resolution of the widget is improved for today's screens - it looks almost fuzzy on my galaxy note 2. While these are very minor issues, they do keep this from being perfect. Hoping the dev makes these slight changes!
Just look at the permissions of the other cache cleaner widgets, they want internet access, ability to read your web history, SMS, MMS, call logs. Seriously? THIS app only needs to read & clean cache, just as it should! Wake up people. They want to gather as much data about you as possible. Every app you are thinking about installing, look at permissions FIRST! Or you are letting these companies/individuals learn everything about you and then they can sell that data to marketing companies for big $$$.
PERFECT! Does EXACTLY what is advertised. I'd been looking for a one-touch cache dumper. At first my phone didn't list the widget (which I assume is the same issue user Tehreem Ali came across), but once I restarted my phone it was in the Widget drawer [HTC One Mini]
many thanks, just what I was looking for Finally found a cache cleaner that's just that - no unnecessary permissions. Many thanks for this! I explicitly wanted a cleaner that is NOT able to remove browsing history, call and/or sms log etc - only app caches. I can see it cleans most of the caches, but not for all apps... e.g. Yatse (an XBMC remote) still holds 170MB of cache and Google Maps about 9MB. Maybe those caches are different and hence cannot be removed by this app. I don't mind, because if the 170MB in Yatse cache include the movie and tv-show thumbnails, they should not be removed anyways :-)
Good little widget I like this widget for what it does. It cleans out the cache! The size of the widget should make it easy to use but in its present configuration a person hasn't the slightest clue if the button was pressed. I really hope the author addresses this issue.
Androsens classic helps you to monitor all your device sensors! Android wear too