Memory Management App

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by Tuttle, Apr 1, 2013.

  1. Tuttle

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    I need a good app to clear memory. Chasing them all down by hand is a bore! I have Xsysinfo, but it crashes. I have another lost somewhere in the massive midden heap known as "purchased apps" in the app store.

    I'm running the latest iOS on an iPad 3. Do you have a recommendation?

    Gracias.
     
  2. thewitt

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    There is no need to clear memory. iOS will remove apps that are not running from memory as it needs the space.
     
  3. KevinJS

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    While this is generally true, and should always be true, some apps need to be closed manually because they do not allow iOS to reclaim the memory used.

    I don't pretend to understand why this is so, but Skull One, who is a very experienced programmer, wrote a post on iphoneforums explaining how this happens. It appears that it is due to bad programming, but I'm not qualified to make that call.

    That said, you don't need a memory manager. Just close down all apps in the multitask bar every now and then.
     
  4. Tuttle

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    Well, but it is tedious to close down all those apps after a week or so of usage. I know I know---I shouldn't wait so long, but who can remember, at least unless a problem crops up!
     
  5. thewitt

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    We've been developing iOS apps since day one and have never seen a scenario where iOS will not reclaim memory from an app that is not actually processing in the background.
     

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