Just like any other human-made device, iPhone also needs care to run smoothly and deliver the desired performance. If not given the due attention, the smartphone can get cluttered for space; thereby losing the famed speed.

Things really pile up a lot on the iPhone just like on the computer: browsing cache, app cache, unwanted files, cookies that may be potentially dangerous. Well, you get the drift right? There's a ton of data on your iPhone that is mostly not needed but is still using up a lot of space on your iPhone. Sometimes, this runs into several gigabytes and that can be messy. So, how to remove these unwanted files easily and prevent the iPhone from being messed-up?

PhoneClean Review

PhoneClean Review: Clean Up iPhone Cache and Recover Valuable Space

Cleaning out all the weed can be easy with software like PhoneClean. If you've known iMobie, they've produced some amazing software for the iPhone like AnyTrans, PhoneTrans, etc. The PhoneClean has been a really cool piece of software. It has got even better in its latest version– PhoneClean 4 which helps you clean your iPhone and reclaim free space. En masse.

Cleans Up a Number of Junk Files

There’s a ton of stuff that's just lying around on your iPhone which can be cleared to reclaim a lot of space. With PhoneClean, you can easily clear of all the redundant files, cache, cookies. What makes it highly competent is the ability to trace out all the junk files and get rid of them effortlessly.

Here is what it cleans off…

  • Junk files that get created while you install, run or use an app
  • Offline files
  • Browser cache
  • App cache
  • Script files (web)
  • Cookies
  • Sync-failed media files
  • Partial downloads

Offers Needed Privacy, Security

What I particularly like about the software is how easy it is to clear things from your iPhone without losing any data or app. Besides, it provides the much-needed privacy and security to your important data or sensitive information. Hence, you can completely trust it to not just get rid of the unnecessary files with the required convenience but also offer the safeguard to your personal information.

More Convenience

Further, the level of control goes a few layers deep. For instance, you can choose the apps for which you want to clear the cache. Just in case, you don't want to clean up some apps, you have absolute freedom to leave them out. I find this feature very user-friendly as it allows you to choose what you want to clean off.

The Verdict

Put simply, PhoneClean works perfectly in letting you clean up the redundant files and save your iPhone from being completely messed-up. And, that's what makes it a great piece of software.

You’ve got an iPhone and need some space (or tons of it); PhoneClean is what you should use to keep the smartphone uncluttered.

The one-year subscription is available at $19.99 for one computer. While the family license is available at $39.99 for 5 PCs and Mac, the personal license comes at $29.99. It's available for both Windows and Mac.

What's your take on PhoneClean? Share your feedback in the comments below.

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  • jaystrab

    $40!??!

  • Brian

    The service doesn’t work. I used it to “clean” 6.4 GB of junk storage from my iPhone and instead it doubled it. And now when I try to use it for “deep clean” it freezes and stays on the same “Backing Up” screen for 2 hours. Possibly more, but I lost patience after 2 hours.

  • Sam Tomy

    You need a professional iPhone Cleaner to Clear Cache, History on iPhone, so Mac go iPhone Cleaner is your best choice, which can Clean Your iPhone with Security, Speed up iPhone & Reclaim More Space, Support Cleaning Most Types of Junks..

  • ultimateAI

    Is this better than wiping and restoring from backup?

  • lenin

    Am not able to find the App in the Appstore …… Pls help

    • Gazra Red-Rika Hayman

      It’s not on the App Store you do realise this don’t you?

      It is a app for your PC I thought that was apparent from the download pages and the fact it mentions “Windows” is a big give away.

      • E

        Evidently they did not realize that. No need to be rude about it.

        • Rock n Rollllll

          Clearly he should not be rude about ignorance since he’s clearly ignorant in spelling “realize”.

          • Nazarja

            Realise is not spelt with a Z. In English certain words end with -ise which is correct English but for some reason in North America they use -ize. Another example is the word “colour” not “color”.

          • Peter Wolf

            Clearly you’re ignorant of the fact that British spelling of that particular word is indeed “realise”. Since the English invented English, they may resort to using their own spelling without seeking your approval.

      • Brig

        It is not altogether clear that it is not an iphone app as the title of the article is

        “Clear iPhone Cache, Memory and Reclaim Free Space”