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Startup Manager Free for Android

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Key Details of Startup Manager Free

  • Manage your Android's start-up entries and boost up your Android smartphone in just one click.
  • Last updated on 10/28/2016
  • There have been 9 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

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Editors' Review

Download.com staff

Tired of having all those undesired applications start up automatically after booting your smartphone or tablet? Can't find a way to add an application you want to your system startup simply because this option is not supported in the settings? Startup Manager Free for Android does a good job of dealing with these issues. However, for this app to function properly your phone needs to be rooted.

Because smartphones don't tend to be restarted very often, this app will be more useful for tablet owners because they usually shut the device down after every use. Startup Manager Free for Android is very light on the resources. It is stable and operates almost entirely in the background. The setup is fairly simple and most users with rooted phones should have no problem adjusting the settings. The application creates a list of programs that automatically load and gives you the choice to prevent these occurrences. The only problem is that you will have to manually open these programs for them to update. The layout is clean, easy to read, and suitable for most users.

Startup Manager Free for Android is an interesting idea that is executed pretty well. The demand may be quite limited given that the application is mostly useful for tablets. With newer devices the CPU speed is very fast and the startup time is very quick. In those cases this program will be useless or make very little difference.

What's new in version 3.1

Version 3.1 added system boot time calculation, Russian language support, removed trial limitation on startup manager free version, optimized to support full screen of tablets, and other minor improvements.

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Full Specifications

October 18, 2011
Latest update
October 28, 2016
Additional Requirements
Android 1.5
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Developer's Description

Manage your Android's start-up entries and boost up your Android smartphone in just one click.
Tired of booting up your android smartphone and you wait as all sorts of programs, helper apps, widgets, and remnants of forgotten installations load? Tired of undesired applications auto-start-up on your system boot, but you can do nothing about it? Want to add your favorite applications to system start-up, but you do not know how? Now with Startup Manager, you can fully manage your Android's start-up entries and to boost up your android smartphone is just one click away. Startup Manager is the most comprehensive and easy-to-use system start-up entry monitor and management tool specially designed for Android smartphone. It shows you precisely what applications and processes are configured to run during system start-up or login. To safely disable a start-up entry from running at system start-up, just uncheck its checkbox from the Startup Manager's entry list. If you are not sure which entry should be enabled or disabled, just click on the entry and you can view the detailed properties for each start-up entries. Now you can also customize your own start-up items by adding your favorite applications. Product Features: Master of Android system's start-up entry management, Intelligently analyze and monitor all system start-up entries (include user applications and system processes) at the background. Safely disable any undesired application or process from auto-start-up. One click to view detailed properties for each start-up entries. Disabled start-up entries are stored for future restoration if you decide you actually want the entry you previously removed. Add your favorite applications (including 3rd party user apps or system apps) to system start-up.