1. Android App Manager (Move 2 SD) for Android
If you don't have an application manager installed on your Android phone it's time to purchase or download one for free from Google Play; these managers could save your phone's system and help increase the speed. Android App Manager (Move 2 SD) helps place other apps into various folders internally or on external SD cards and categorise as movable, external or internal, as well as customise each folder to the user's preference. With this manager, it becomes easier to launch applications and easily adds those most used and shortcuts to favourites on the home screen. It also allows Android owners to check system memory usage, information on last update and see what apps are running in the background. This allows users to see what app is affecting the speed of the phone, after which he can either choose to close or uninstall.
2. File Manager for Apple (iPhone)
This application was created by Tap Media Limited and updated for iOS 5.0 on July 16 of this year. For iPhone users, the file-management system allows you to view the total space of each file, supporting applications, mail accounts and cloud-storage systems occupy. Through File Manager documents can be closed, shared, copied, moved, made into ZIP/RAR files, deleted or transferred to cloud-storage accounts. It integrates file types such as Adobe PDFs, Microsoft Office and Apple iWorks documents for easy access to open, read and edit files before carrying out any other task. The File Manager app can be sourced on iTunes for free, but there is an upgrade (not much difference) for US$1.
3. App Task Manager for BlackBerry
The App Task Manager by S4BB is a fairly old application (approximately 2 years old) but, as with most apps for BlackBerry, are becoming useless, out of date or incompatible with newer models. This task manager application will help inform users to remove unnecessary applications installed to the device or close those that are currently open and using up valuable phone memory and battery power. The App Task Manager can be opened similarly to task manager on Windows computers to help switch from one application to the next in the event that the user is unable to close an app that is running to open another.