I’m not sure what the HD championship award is, but MemoryUp Pro has won it 3 years in a row for best phone tool. I’ve been trying out the Pro version for a couple of weeks and I’m not quite convinced this app is all its cracked up to be…HD champion or not.
I was confused as to what the total memory in the app was referring to and what was better about the pro ($16.99 regular price) version and the personal (free) version. Did anyone actually buy the pro version for $17?
I’ve learned that the Total Memory in MemoryUp is actually referring to the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) within your existing RAM. But I’m still confused. Why is the free memory in the JVM (55MB) so much larger than my total free app memory (19MB)? It’s very likely that I’m missing something, but that just doesn’t sound right to me.
Here is what I found out about differences between the personal and pro versions. MemoryUp Personal is 100% freeware, and MemoryUp Pro is an enhanced edition of MemoryUp Personal.
The add-on features for MemoryUp Pro include:
1. Auto-boost (in the background) and Start-up boost functions
2. Low memory alert and Auto-fix function
3. Smartphone system crash protection
4. Set performance targets with Basic and Advanced settings
5. System information and Boost log
6. One year’s free upgrade
We have 10 free copies courtesy of eMobiStudio, of MemoryUp Professional to give away to our lucky readers! Basically I would like all of the winners to try out the personal version first, install the pro version, and report back here with your findings about differences. Volunteers? Leave a comment! OR