MoboMarket for PC review : A complete Android mobile management software

Read the review of MoboMarket, an Android smartphone manager for your PC with which you can do all your management activies for your smartphone right from your computer. Whether it is is backup, updation, installation of new apps or cleaning up the junk from your Android smartphone, you can do it from this great software that connects with your smartphone both with USB and on Wifi.

MoboRobo has been in the market for like 3 years now, starting out in 2012. Since then they have had their customer base grow to more than ten of millions of users. With highly depthful in-app resources, easy to navigate UI and powerful features they have seen their user base grow only. Mobo team has actually gone ahead and launched their own app store with the name MoboMarket where all Android users can join and look out for their favorite apps.
With their recent release, not only have they added more products to the whole Mobo ecosystem but have also decided to to change the name of the product from MoboRobo to MoboMarket(For PC) so that people are not confused with the different products of Mobo family.

MoboMarket for PC works in sync with MoboMarket for Android smartphones, providing a streamlined interface to manage your smartphones, sync your contacts, photos, download news apps and do many other things on your smartphone. Its market place contains not only entertain apps like games but also contains utility tools which can speed up your Android smartphone, clean junk files and even help you save battery on your smartphone. It has been designed to make your life with your Android smartphone more convenient and easy.

User interface of MoboMarket

MoboMarket apps
MoboMarket connects with your Android smartphone with both USB connection as well as Wifi connection. This mean you can access your files on your smartphone even without connecting physically to your smartphone. Quite a useful feature especially when you do not have a data cable with you.
File manager MoboMarket
However, both the ways require a few easy steps which might/might not be supported in your Android smartphone. For connecting with USB cable you need to enable USB debugging in your smartphone which is not possible in all Android smartphones, and for Wifi you need to scan a QR code from your desktop screen which again might not work if USB debugging feature is not present because that enables developer features in your Android smartphone and that is required for using MoboMarket with your smartphone.

However, once you are successful in connecting your Android smartphone, you have quite detailed categorizations to do a lot with your smartphone. You have categories like music, images, SMS, contacts, apps, etc. You can update your apps using the data connection of your laptop thus saving on your mobile carrier data charges.
Update apps MoboMarket

As mentioned before, you also have a lot of apps from MoboMarket which you can download and install on your Android smartphone. Some of these apps are common to Google Play Store and some are native only to MoboMarket. I tried both updating and installing a few apps and it was really easy doing so.

Installing apps MoboMarket

The experience was quite nice as I was doing all this work with just my laptop and my phone was just placed on charging. The best thing is that it constantly shows you new apps which you might be interested in so you your search for specific apps is reduced as much as possible. This is quite similar to what Google Play does, it evaluates the apps you have already installed and upon that it further suggests you apps which you might be interested in. For example, if you have WhatsApp it might suggest you to download Hike too. Similarly, if you have Facebook installed it might suggest you to download the Twitter app.

Backup MoboMarket

With MoboMarket you can backup all your important data on your Android smartphone to your computer's local storage. All you have to do is select the things you want to backup and initiate the backup and your data is now safely present at another location. Similarly, in case you lose your data on your Android device you can easily use this local backup to restore all the data on your smartphone.

Backup up data MoboMarket

The management console of MoboMarket allows you to easily cleanup your Android smartphone by the click on a button. The feature carefully cleans up unnecessary files, resource hogging apps and anything else which is not useful for your smartphone is just hogging space or RAM.

Speed booster MoboRobo

With MoboMarket software you can also access your contacts and messages right on your desktop. You can even reply to the message using the desktop UI. Though the message will actually be sent using the mobile only, but all the inputs you will be able to give from the desktop itself. You can also create, edit, delete or group contact information right from your desktop.

Messages MoboMarket

Wrap up

MoboMarket is a complete Android mobile management software which makes your life easier by simplifying all the management tasks of your Android smartphone. It suggests you useful apps, cleans up your smartphone, allows files transfers, complete contacts and messages backup. It is a great solution for you if are looking for a complete Android management software that enhances the functionality of efficiency of your smartphone.

Pros: MoboMarket packs a highly in-depth features with minimalistic UI so that you are able to complete a lot of task with minimal user inputs. Easy to connect two interfaces- Wifi and USB. Nice alternative to Google Play.

Cons: Quite a lot of low end Android smartphones are not able to connect with it.

You can download the set up of MoboMarket for PC from here.

Also Read Mobogenie Android phone manager: A review


Author: Timmappa Kamat10 Apr 2015 Member Level: Gold   Points : 2

Is Mobomarket that much reliable? Installing third party apps bypassing the Google security could be a risky affair. The app stores like Mobomarket and Mobogenie have the app apks uploaded by users worldwide- if I am not mistaken. Can't that be detrimental to the security of the Android device?

I just want to get a clear idea of whether it is safe to use these third party app stores.

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