1. Monitor status (cpu, memory, battery) 2. Process Manager (Auto Boost and Quick Boost can distinguish different types of processes thus will auto starter not kill fatal system processes and apps in Ignore List.) 3. Cache Cleaner 4. System Clean(Browser History, Clipboard, Market History, Gmail History, Google Earth History, Google Map History) 5. Save Battery Settings(bluetooth, wifi, gps, auto-sync, orientation, haptic feedback, screen brightness, timeout) 6. File Manager 7. Startup Manager 8. Batch Uninstall 9. Battery use 10. Volume Control 11. Ringer 12. Startup Time 13. Startup Silent(Menu->Settings->Startup Silent) 14. System Info 15. Widget(Quick Booster[1,4], Shortcuts) 16. App 2 SD(Support android2.2 and later)Get more free internal phone storage space 17. Batch Installation 18. App backup and restore Memory Booster Memory Booster kills any running apps that aren’t necessary. Like Android Assistant, it features a Quick Boost button that automatically chooses the apps to kill; you can also manually select which processes or apps you want to get rid of. However, Memory Booster has an extra added attraction: it lets you add user and system apps to a white list so they won’t be accidentally killed. Motoask is a platform where you can get the latest knowledge about Motorola Atrix, alternator for sale Motorola Xoom, Motorola Droid and all Motorola Devices.