iMobie Inc., Announces $59,990 Christmas Giveaway of Its Best-Seller, PhoneClean 3.2.
iMobie Inc., a startup software company, is offering 1,000 free license codes of PhoneClean 3.2(latest version) as a holiday gift to its new and old customers. This $59,990 free offer is the largest limited giveaway iMobie has ever made so far.
iMobie Inc., a fast growing startup company dedicated to developing innovative iOS maintenances programs, is giving away 1,000 free license codes of PhoneClean 3.2 on Christmas Eve. It's a rare opportunity for all Apple iOS device users to get this world's first iOS cleaning tool for free, as this is the largest limited giveaway worth $59,990 ever happened in iMobie.
"During Christmas outing, people love to take abundant pictures & videos with their handy iPhone, but the insufficient memory on iPhone always let them down. That's why our PhoneClean will well satisfy their demand for more device space by freeing up iPhone, iPad memory. Moreover, your family or friends must be so glad to receive such a practical iOS cleaning tool as a nice Christmas present" Said Frank Kong, the chairman of iMobie Inc. (https://www.imobie.com/)
PhoneClean 3.2 perfectly kept the storage cleanup, privacy security & performance tune-up features of the previous version. Via a thorough scanning, it digs out the most overlooked but storage-consuming junks includes temp download files, the redundant system usage report & app crash logs generated by iOS and even the iTunes Radio cached text or image files for the recently played albums and podcasts. It's also an excellent iPhone privacy care solution, uniquely designed to find and list all SMS, iMessages, Internet history, Safari cookies, calling history, email caches, and other private data, so that users can choose which of them are sensitive and supposed to get removed.
Thanks to the persistent efforts of iMobie team, significant breakthrough has been achieved in further clearing the iPhone Other folder, which is increasingly swallowing a lot of device space over time. PhoneClean was successfully upgraded to give a complete deletion of App Residual Files (the document and library files created during the usage of apps) and iOS Discarded Files (the iOS system files that have been discarded or ignored). As the Other stuff gets much smaller, the old sluggish iPhone, iPad would run like new.
According to iMobie, the giveaway of PhoneClean 3.2 starts from the Christmas Eve, and first 1,000 participators would be the winner for the 1,000 free license codes. The participation method is quite easy. Just go to this page (https://www.paywithatweet.com/pay/?id=f1a5fa99b7e8d8cac7f7056f0cf60977), hassle-free, a free license code of PhoneClean 3.2 is at your hand.
"Someone may question whether a $59,990 giveaway costs too much for a new startup company like iMobie. It's not easy, I'll admit. But if this free offer of our best-seller could express our gratitude to our dear customers and bring them a little holiday joy, that's all we want." continued Frank.
About iMobie, Inc.
iMobie Inc. was established at the end of 2011, and located in Tianfu Software Park (China), a place gathered great many talented software engineers. The brand name iMobie is from I'M Optimistic, Brave, Independent & Efficient, which represents the main characters of their teammates. On the early stage of iMobie, they focus on developing iPhone, iPod, iPad maintenance and file transfer software for making iOS uses' mobile digital life easier. For more information, please visit https://www.imobie.com/.
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