iFreeUp is a tool for cleaning up the junk or obsolete items from your iPhone and can also work as your iPhone management tool. It is designed by IObit and works on all the modern Windows systems running Windows XP and above. The only requirement is that you have Apple iTunes installed too. Apple iTunes is necessary as it is used by iFreeUp to connect to your iPhone.
After installing iFreeUp and Apple iTunes software in your PC, you can connect your iPhone to your PC through any compatible USB data cable. Now if you launch iFreeUp, then it will detect the connected iPhone and will immediately start scanning it for any unnecessary files. Once the scanning is finished, you are shown a number of options that can be used to clean the junk files, boost your privacy, shred deleted photos, shred private files, and optimize the performance of your iPhone device.
The Junk File Clean option is used to remove the unnecessary or obsolete files that are taking up valuable storage space on your iPhone. Privacy Sweep offers to wipe out all of your usage tracks like the activity history, app cookies and other logs. Privacy Anti-theft can be used to shred all the files that you select, helping you completely destroy some of the sensitive files. Photo Shred can shred all the deleted photos and cached photos to that the photos that you have deleted stay deleted forever. Performance Optimize option does a lot of tuning up of the iOS – the operating system powering up your iPhone.
In addition to doing the spring cleaning of your iPhone and optimizing it to make it run as smooth as possible, iFreeUp can also work as your device manager. Using the File Manager feature of the iFreeUp application, you can transfer all kinds of files between your PC and iPhone. It can also export or import apps and games from your iPhone to your PC.
Conclusion: iFreeUp is a powerful management tool for iPhone. It can be used to improve the iPhone performance, clean up unneeded files, backup files and apps, securely erase sensitive data and more.
You can download iFreeUp from http://www.ifreeup.com/.