[prMac.com] Chengdu, China – iMobie Inc., a company dedicated to providing solutions for Apple users, today is pleased to announce the release of MacClean 3, still for Free. Not just cleaning junk and optimizing any Mac, MacClean 3 now can also secure Mac users’ privacy and protect their Mac from all types of security threats, including malware, spyware, worms, scareware, adware, malicious cookies, etc. With this one single free app, users can keep their Mac clean, fast and secure as easy as 1-2-3.
“Mac users have long been told that they are immune from malware. Well, although it is true that Mac’s Unix-based OS X might make itself more difficult to compromise or to exploit, it is by no means invulnerable. Apple’s invulnerability to threats was largely due to the lack of interest among hackers to target Mac,” said Frank Kong, the founder and CEO of iMobie Inc. “With the arising of first Mac ransomware KeRanger, we all know Mac is never safe from malicious attacks. That’s why we released MacClean 3, which gives full protection for your Mac against malicious threats and potential risks.”
What is MacClean 3?
With the third version, MacClean has become an all-round free tool that helps users with Mac cleaning, system optimization, privacy care, and security protection.
MacClean 3 scans and cleans out all safe-to-remove junks generated in your system, such as caches, log files, app leftovers, temp files, development junks, etc. Besides, your Mac may also be cluttered up with other space-hoggers, like old & large files, useless duplicates, unused language files, and more. Given that, MacClean 3 also provides a bunch of cleanup utilities to help you reclaim the space taken by these files in minutes.
OS X Optimization:
Putting a set of Mac optimizing & maintenance tools in your palm, MacClean 3 elevates the overall performance of your Mac to a new level and helps you to be more productive. Gigabytes of unused image copies in Photos, redundant Binary junks, and never-been-used background extensions could all be the causes of a slow Mac. And they will all be removed with MacClean 3 in an eye blink.
You value your privacy and MacClean 3 is here to secure it. It erases your trace of recently opened apps, documents, file folders and even the web servers you have been connected with; cleans up cookies, cashes, sessions, history, saved passwords and other website data in your Safari, Chrome, and Firefox; and removes your deleted iMessages and FaceTime history. MacClean 3 covers everything to ensure your privacy stands safe with you.
No computer system is completely immune from attacks, even Mac’s Unix-based OS X is not an exception. MacClean 3 comes to give you full protection against security threats. With constantly updated list of malware, spyware, worms, scareware and adware, MacClean 3 scans out all suspicious files and moves them to the Quarantine, to protect your Mac from potential risks. Plus, it scans the trace of malicious cookies and wipes them out to avoid cookie deception, privacy leaks and vicious cookie tampering. You’ll always be safe from potential risks with MacClean 3.
Pricing and Availability:
MacClean 3 is completely free of charge. No catch, no hidden costs, no in-app purchases. To utterly facilitate your review and writing, iMobie has prepared a comprehensive resource page with detailed info about MacClean 3 (including full features introduction, FAQs, etc.) and a handful of hi-def graphic materials you may need online.MacClean 3
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iMobie Inc. was established at the end of 2011, and located in Tianfu Software Park, one of the biggest software engineering zones in China. The brand name iMobie is from I’M Optimistic, Brave, Independent and Efficient, which represents the main characters of their teammates. On the early stage of iMobie, they focus on developing iPhone, iPod, iPad transfer, manager and maintenance software for making users’ Mobile Digital Life easier. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 iMobie Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, iPhone, iPod, iPad and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.