With the launch of the Huawei Honor 7 in Europe today, Cheetah Mobile, the leading developer of mission-critical mobile utility applications, announced a partnership with the Honor 7. The partnership is said to “enhance the user experience through software and communication services”.
Cheetah Mobile makes critical applications such as Clean Master, CM Security, Battery Doctor and Duba Anti-virus. It has approximately 494 million mobile monthly active users.
Liudan, Chief Strategic Official and Vice President of Honor said:
“Honor is a brand created for digital natives and we are working to build an ecosystem which fosters a more enjoyable and convenient mobile-internet world for the next generation. Cheetah Mobile shares the same vision,”
Clean Master will keep the Honor 7 running smoothly by letting users take control of how much space apps are using. As apps are downloaded and updated, over time, useless files start to build up. Clean Master will delete all the useless files, giving back users all that wasted space.