Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager

Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager

Manage and control everything on your Android device from your computer
4.4  (8 votes)
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Managing your Android phone from a PC environment can be much easier and less time consuming. Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager is a handy tool specifically designed to help you with this kind of tasks.

Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager is an application that can give you full control over your Android smartphone, directly from your Windows PC. With this tool you will be able to easily download, install, uninstall and organize apps, edit contacts, write messages, etc. all without having to touch your touchscreen.

One of the biggest advantages that Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager has to offer is that it can help you backup every bit of data from your smartphone on your PC. If something happens and you are forced to use the “return to factory settings” option, you will be able to easily get back all your contacts, texts, apps, etc. Furthermore you also have the option of syncing the data so you won’t lose any of the new stuff that you add on your device.

If you ask me, Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager is a decent tool that can get the job done, but I can’t get past the fact that it doesn’t work on newer Android versions. The program doesn’t offer support for anything better than Android 4.4 and that can be a huge drawback, so I don’t think that its price is justified.

Margie Smeer
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy to use.
  • Lets you back up the Android data.
  • Supports synchronization features.

Cons

  • Doesn't support newer Android versions.
  • Expensive.

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