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Remo Software Unveils Remo MORE, Cloud-Based Performance App for Windows, Mac, Android, iOS and Removable Media Devices

Technology to be Launched at CES 2014 Provides Users Centralized and Localized Control of All Connected Devices

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Remo Software, a developer of multiple platform system utilities that manage, optimize, recover and enhance data, will today formally launch Remo MORE at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. MORE is a cloud-based performance app that gives users centralized control over each of their connected devices from any device across all platforms. 

Leveraging Bangalore, India-based Remo Software's unique cloud-enabled device performance technology, the free Remo MORE app delivers a single interface to control a single user or company's Windows, Mac, Android, iOS and removable media devices. Remo MORE also enables localized control via independent apps on each single device. 

"Slow devices severely hinder user productivity, on a single machine such as a desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone, or any combination of these," notes Omer Faiyaz, Remo Software Founder and CEO. "The ever-increasing use of connected devices requires a complete, all-encompassing performance tool with the same user interface for each. 

"From a simple cloud dashboard, Remo MORE enables centralized control of all equipment from any single device to help users do more: Manage, Optimize, Recover and Enhance data," Faiyaz adds. "The app is also portable and available in removable media including USB and SD cards." 

Among other capabilities, Remo MORE gives desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone users from any of these devices the ability to manage power usage, files, folders and memory space; optimize device speed, memory and privacy; recover deleted, corrupt and backup files; and, enhance device performance, boot-up and Internet speed. Remo MORE also cleans system registries, junk files and all other unwanted data for improved performance and security.

Overall, Remo MORE performs more than 30 functions. In addition to those listed, they include: drive defrag, power and shutdown management; drive statistic generation and storage; data wiping, file protection, compression and repair; duplicate file removal; privacy and registry cleaning; memory optimization; data backup; password protection of confidential and private files; memory boosting; SD card wiping; and, one-click maintenance for cleaning and repair of all device issues.

"PC performance tools started to gain popularity in the mid- to late-1990s, and have evolved since then with the introduction of smartphones, tablets and other related devices," Faiyaz says. "Remo MORE simplifies device management for individual users, as well as for less technically savvy family members, companies providing technical support to clients, and businesses handling technical support internally, which also includes managing and monitoring employees' device usage."

Remo MORE is now available in The Apple Store, Google Play and other leading download sites. It is also available directly from Remo Software at: www.remosoftware.com/domore.

About Remo Software:
Remo Software was established in 2011 and is a trendsetter in the software utility space. Remo Software develops simple, yet effective system utilities for multiple platforms, which consumers can use to manage, optimize, recover and enhance data. Remo Software has made major inroads through its intensive research, innovation and customer-centric approach. For more information visit: www.remosoftware.com.

SOURCE Remo Software

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