accessible IPhone cleaner?

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Does anyone know of any accessible IPhone cleaners? I use to use IClean until they pulled it from the app store and phone cleaner is not at all accessible. Are IPhone cleaners really even worth it?
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Submitted by KE7ZUM on Thursday, April 2, 2015

They had cruptose, but they pulled that to. There's phone clean, but that app is almost not accessible.

Submitted by Michael Hansen on Thursday, April 2, 2015

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Hello Troy,

To be completely honest, I don't know why an iPhone cleaner would be necessary or what such a tool could offer that isn't available through built-in settings and processes in iOS.

If there's something you're wanting an iPhone cleaner to accomplish, please feel free to post here and we'll try to help you figure out if it can be done.

Submitted by AnonyMouse on Thursday, April 2, 2015

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Hello Troy,

Yes, as like you. I had the iClean as well back in the days. As mentioned above. Apple has pretty much clubbed and pulled anything that remotely performed the functionality of the iClean. I'd imagine

it was due to security or possible problems of cleaning to much. I'll admit it worked really well and I miss it.

I have yet to find an alternative to it that is recent and haven't been pulled. Although, I had seen similair ones outside of the U.S. at one time but I haven't looked in some time now.

We shall see if anyone here have seen one or know of one.

Submitted by Kathy Brandt on Thursday, April 2, 2015

I was hoping for an accessible one too because of how what I had freed up space. How would that be accomplished through iOS settings without rebuilding everything?.

Submitted by Kathy Brandt on Thursday, April 2, 2015

how can you do the same things through I OS settings without having to rebuild them all?

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Thursday, April 2, 2015

You not of don't. I mean sure you can reinstall apps whoos cache won't clear. audio boom and google drive as well as OneDrive are prime examples of this. Also facebook but I would not want to do this every month. I want to find an app for windows or mac that can scan my phone for cache files and temp files that never went away, and get rid of them. Since the apps are nothing but folders this should not be an issue. I can't understand why apple won't let us clean cache files on ios like we do on osx.

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Friday, April 3, 2015

Thanks. Have you submitted feedback to the developer including screen recordings and screen cast of what should be lookedin to?

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Sunday, July 12, 2015

I tlooks good, but remember apple disalloued stuff like this for now. I use memory dis scanner check system information on my phone. it runs under ios and the paid version I think is about 1-2 dollars. I can't remember now, but it's worth it.