ZDbox for Android is an "all-in-one" toolbox app that makes it easy to find out what's going on in your phone and gives you full control of different tasks. Those who geek out to numbers, fret not, ZDbox gives the exact battery percentage and traffic usage (with alerts!). If you want to set a do not disturb time range, lock some apps (like Gmail or messaging) or batch uninstall others, you can do that too. The interface is simple enough where you won't have to learn new things to do new things. It's still in beta, but has been working pretty well for me. [XDA Developers via Mobiputing]
ZDbox For Android Controls Everything On Your Phone
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