Cleaner for Memory - Optimize, monitor your system
Developer: Rocky Sand Studio Ltd.
Current Version: 2.4.2
Last Updated: 8 days ago
Download Size: 3.8 MB - Download
Cleaner for Memory helps your computer go full speed. You'll love the simplicity of optimizing your system with a simple click.
- Featured by Apple in "GET STUFF DONE" and "INVALUABLE UTILITY" -
***** Customer Reviews on the Mac App Store *****
“Easy cleaning memory and it actually works” - by just-jenny
“Works like a charm, cleans nicely” - by heatwebb000
“It’s simple and it works great” - by Jsa001
- Macworld - "The best feature is its ability to quickly optimize your RAM usage."
- Engadget - "Tells you what things are draining your computer's memory."
- Lifehacker - "Does a good job of keeping you informed and looking good."
Cleaner for Memory keeps your systems memory (RAM) clean by monitoring and optimizing the memory usage. Helps you to quickly access detailed memory information and diagnosis from your menu bar and CLEAN your memory with a simple click.
- One-click and automatic system memory optimization
- List of apps with significant memory usage
- Memory pressure meter and notifications
- Dynamic and customizable menu bar
- Detailed memory information
We'd like to know how to improve our apps, contact us at Rocky Sand Studio http://www.rockysandstudio.com
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[fixed] minor bugs
Most Helpful Reviews
Pretty Helpful, a little unclear - Firstly, I’d say that as far as a memory monitor application goes, this is the best I’ve seen. I usually have Activity monitor open and minimized but it’s much quicker to go to the taskbar and get a visual breakdown of what’s taking up my RAM. It doesn’t appear to utilize hardly any CPU which is ideal for a monitoring application as well. I’m taking take one star off because I can’t find any good information about what their “optimization” method is. I’m not sure if it just wipes common temporary files or what but it always seems to do -something-, I just don’t know what. I don’t feel comfortable letting an app mess around with my computer’s RAM unless I know what it’s going to be doing with it. That said, it’s still perfect for monitoring and getting basic info about any apps that may be hogging your memory and slowing down the system. Plus, it’s got a beautiful interface so all in all, 5/5 stars.
Nearly Immediately Deleted - Deleted after they begged for store ratings - Ads taking up most of my screen on startup. Almost immediately deleted, but then I saw a check box to remove ads from app launch. They could have waited a few minutes so I could even see if the program was worth anything before bombarding me with more stuff I’m not going to buy. Wait. I take that back, they did wait a few minutes to beg for a rating in addition to the blasting with ads on startup. At their request, I pushed on and completed this review. The graph looks pretty but contray to the name, no memory diagnostics happen in the application. App makers call listing memory use, diagnostics. It is similar to calling the fuel guage in your vehicle a diagnostic meter. What does happen is the app graphs your memory and gives you a quick button to the purge command. You can find the same bits of information in Activity Monitor. If you used lots of glitter on your assignments in grade school, this app is for you.
More Reviews for Current Version
Using now for about 9 months... - … so, I have a mac mini with 16 gig of memory… I had always heard that a mac handles memory usage better than windows…. a mac will keep an application open and it is very easy to forget that an app is open in some vague area of the mac universe… and as you open apps you lose memory… and suddenly your mouse doesn’t work… you point at item A and when you click item B opens… SO does this application help manage memory.. YES and NO…. if I manually close ALL the apps that the MAC sees as open and use this app to update then YES, but what would be nice is if I could get a list of open APPS and I could check the apps that I want to reclaim the memory of and then update the memory… … so does the app work .. YES… but only to the exten that you close an app… if you have 10 apps open and you update the memory manager no memory will be reclaimed… if you close apps then update the memory manager then the memory will be reclaimed… UPDATE: I checked preferences and there is a simplified option… in preferences Advanced the option wasn’t selected but in a menu list the option was selected, so I deselected. There is a Significant Memory Usage area that shows apps using memory, but not all APPs are displayed…would be nice if I could close an app from Memory Cleaner…Automatic Optimization is selected but not sure it works or how it works.. because I can Manually update and will release memory...