Download Quick TuneUp Pro apk 8.5 free for Android smartphone

19 Apr
Quick TuneUp Pro

Posted by RedPi Apps in Tools | April 19, 2015 | 12 Comments

Apk file size: 2.5 MB

Device lagging too much ? Battery draining too fast ? Sensors not properly calibrated ?
Use Quick TuneUp to calibrate your phone and boost its performance to make it run faster and smoother.

FEATURES:
-> Smart All-in-one Quick Tune button to do all the tuning and calibration for you in one click .
-> Memory tuneUp option to calibrate and boost your device memory performance .
-> Battery tuneUp option if you are facing battery issues.
-> Sensor calibration to properly calibrate your device's sensors.
-> Display calibration to calibrate your display settings.

Whats new

    -> UI changes and bug fixes.

RedPi Apps part of our Tools and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update April 19, 2015. Google play rating is 88.3636. Current verison is 8.5. Actual size 2.5 MB.

Download quick-tuneup-pro.apk 2.5 MB

12 Comments

Michael Stubbs

Dont know. Sure it states that its doing something, but is it? I don't see any noticeable improvements to my device. Could be bogus. Need proof.

Richard Ettelson

Results were dramatic and immrdiate on my Nexus 7!

Knight Rider

Very good and useful. Keep it up.

Leah Jeffreys

Doesn't work on note 4 Said it had successfully recallibrated sensors but made.no difference at all.

Zack Yeoh

Very goog This is the best app in play store , thanks.

Greg Palladini

ZTE Warp Elite Seems Okay..I'll re-rate when I've had more usage..

Merlin Zoucha

No Can't calibrate the alignment of the touch on the touch screen

sfcpromo

Nexus 7 Touch Screen Fixed. Saved my Device!!! Many Thanks. My Nexus 7 is usable again. Awesome!

E Petoskey

Excellent app. Excellent app. Keep up the good work.

Greg Palladini

ZTE Warp Elite Seems Okay..I'll re-rate when I've had more usage..

Greg Palladini

ZTE Warp Elite Seems Okay..I'll re-rate when I've had more usage..

Stephen Felix

Did not work I have an issue where vr videos drift from one side to the other continuously. The sensor calibration made no change to this. Maybe I have a separate problem but I thought this was supposed to fix it.

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