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Norton Mobile Utilities 2.0

Norton Utilities is a popular application for Windows that includes a number of components that can be used to monitor the state of your computer, hardware and software. As the name might suggest, Norton Mobile Utilities is a similar app, but designed with mobile devices in mind - Android mobiles specifically.

For the most part, the app has been designed to provide you with a wealth of information about your Android. This includes details about the amount of free space you have left as well as the hardware and software specifications of your Android. For mobile phone users, the app makes it easy to keep a track of the number of text messages you have sent, phone calls you have made and will warn you when you are reaching your monthly limit.

On a system level, Norton Mobile Utilities can provide you with a wealth of information about the applications you have installed, such as the amount of space they occupy and the amount of memory they use. There are a number of graphic widgets included that can be used to monitor battery levels, network usage, CPU load and much more besides.

In addition to the data the app can supply about your device, it can also be used to help manage it. You can use the tool to keep on top of the installer files you have stored on a memory card and the app makes it easy to free up space by removing unwanted software or moving them to a different storage location. But it is the information panels that are off particular interest in Norton Mobile Utilities; if there is anything you want to know about your device, you should be able to find out about it here.

Platforms: Android
Licence: Freeware
Manufacturer: Symantec
Date Added: {ts '2012-08-21 20:36:00'}

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