iCleanMemory
iCleanMemory
1.6

2.3

iCleanMemory free download for Mac

iCleanMemory

1.6
27 September 2011

Free up memory.

Overview

iCleanMemory is a simple application to free memory.

Just click 'Optimize Memory' to free memory.

Great for:

  • Graphic artists
  • Final Cut Pro users
  • Architects
  • Programmers
  • 3D modellers and animators
  • Developers
  • Musicians
  • Photographers
  • Scientists
  • Parallels Desktop users

What's new in iCleanMemory

Version 1.6:

Added:

  • developer clean memory mode
  • automatically clean
  • notification
  • custom menu used memory color

4 iCleanMemory Reviews

Rate this app:

MacBunny
18 July 2011

Most helpful

In the Terminal write "purge" then hit enter, done! No need to purhcase this!
Like (5)
Version 1.1
Melman-Flink
09 August 2011
Purchased this for .99 via the App Store and PayPal. Apple charged me eight (8) times for the same purchase, but calling PayPal I was quickly able to get the proper credits. (A week later Apple acknowledged the error was theirs by email). I was excited by the then glowing reviews for this app, but after a few days use I found its use was making my Mac very unstable and have since stopped using it. There is no such thing as a free lunch (or even a .99 one) so my advice is caveat emptor.
Like (2)
Version 1.4
Robk
01 August 2011
This app is completely unnecessary. Mac OS X does a great job at automatically freeing memory when you need it. If you really think it makes a difference manually freeing some memory, you do NOT need to buy a program like iCleanMemory. Just install the developer tools and type "purge" in the Terminal application. Save you money. This app is unnecessary.
Like (5)
Version 1.3
pandora-1
19 July 2011
This is one of those neat little "does one thing and does it well" type of utilities. Sure, you could use the "purge" command in Terminal as suggested below but I like the convenience of having the utility in my Menu Bar so I can quickly check the amount of used/free memory and purge it if needed. I don't want to think about opening Terminal and typing in the command. I also like to support indie developers who come up with nice solutions as this. I give this 5 stars.
Like (1)
Version 1.1
MacBunny
18 July 2011
In the Terminal write "purge" then hit enter, done! No need to purhcase this!
Like (5)
Version 1.1
3 answer(s)
ColemanH
ColemanH
18 July 2011
Typing "purge" in Terminal only gives me the response "Command not found" Am I missing something?
Like (3)
pandora-1
pandora-1
19 July 2011
"purge" worked fine for me on Lion. Thanks for the hint.
Like (2)
EndoLab
EndoLab
19 July 2011
Just install the devs tools who come with the install DVD and you gonna be able to type "purge".
Like (2)
$.99

2.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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