Optimize your BlackBerry's RAM with MemoryBooster
By: pdaBlast! Staff
February 06, 2011
Boosts your device speed by recovering wasted memory.
Now optimized for BlackBerry Storm!
How it works:
If memory is wasted, MemoryBooster improves the memory management of the BlackBerry Java Virtual Machine JVM which optimizes the device performance and stability. MemoryBooster recovers lost memory that is then free and can be assigned to running applications. You will see your applications running faster after using our "Boost Memory!" function. By simply hitting the "Boost Memory" button you can recover up to 12 MB or even more depending on your device.
Ubiquitous Rule: The more memory available the more memory your other applications can use and therefore, the faster these applications run.
Defining "memory": MemoryBooster boosts only runtime memory. This means it improves the BlackBerry's memory usage for running applications which has a positive effect on the overall speed of the BlackBerry. MemoryBooster does not do anything with the media card memory which is the space for file storage only and would not have any effect on the speed of the phone anyway. Therefore, please do not compare our product with the "Options - Memory" listing of the BlackBerry.
MemoryBooster is now available in the following languages:
English, German, French, Mandarin and Cantonese.
The program language is automatically chosen by your device language. If the device language is different from one of the above, English is chosen.
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