Chicago, IL (PressExposure) July 16, 2009 -- What's wrong with my baby smartphone? I don't know why my Nokia is behaving so lazy. With its 160 MB RAM, it is supposed to be an efficient worker.
I turn to surf the Internet for a reason. As is analyzed in on-line articles, the sluggishness of smartphones is mainly the result of bad RAM management. And actually, most of the smartphone users share the same problem with me.
The rationale is like this. First of all, every smartphone has a RAM (Random Access Memory). It works like that of a computer. Whenever we activate an application or open a file, the information of them get reserved in RAM for a while. And the more applications and files in operation, the less virtual memory left in RAM. As a result, the speed of our smartphone slows down and its functionality gets awful.
Now that I find the reason, I want a method to tackle the problem. I google for the solution. Fortunately, there happens to be a top seller product which is designed to help.
That is MemoryUp, a powerful Java virtual machine (JVM) management and RAM boosting application designed for smartphones and Blackberry. MemoryUp analyzes JVM RAM, recovers and re-allocates those not currently needed, and thus optimize the working performance of our mobile phones. It is promised that MemoryUp can recover up to 50% JVM RAM occupied by other Java programs. Especially in the middle of a game, MemoryUp is able to maintain a RAM big enough to let us enjoy ourselves without any unexpected pause due to insufficient memory. I am really excited about that.
What's more, I find MemoryUp absolutely trust-worthy. First, it is a 100% clean application without any adware, spyware or virus. Secondly, MemoryUp wins "Top Seller" award from Sony Ericsson' P1-Choice Program and 5-star ranking from DownloadPipe and Softpedia. It is also called "The Latest and Greatest Application" and "A Must-have for Smartphone" by Handango. Because of its remarkable performance and perfect reputation, MemoryUp holds big partners such as Handango, Symbian, Nokia and Blackberry.
It is clear now that MemoryUp is the very key to my problem. So I buy it to have a try. And its performance really lives up to its reputation! Now I enjoy using it so much that I feel obliged to share my happy experience with every one of you. If you have the same problem with your baby phone, do what I do. As I do, believe in MemoryUp, and you will enjoy it.