There are so many factors that can slow down the performance of your mobile device, especially on iOS. There are so many examples of leftover junk that can accumulate over time and influence how responsive and smooth your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch can be in terms of performance. For instance, every time an app on your iPad device crashes, there will be a crash log created follow on. This is just like accumulated caches, browser histories and other superfluous junk: it drags down the performance of your iDevice and makes it slower and less responsive. If you find your iPad device runs slower and slower, you need to think about deleting those useless app crash logs from your iPad.
Deleting app crash logs from iPad can be easy and direct, as long as you have a professional iPad data cleaning program like Coolmuster iOS Cleaner or iOS Cleaner for Mac. It has an one-click delete function that wipes specifically targeted junk files and private data like app caches, app cookies, app temp files, app crash logs, downloaded temp files, photo caches, user storage files, and all crash logs, etc. to prevent new users from accessing it. This helps you recover more space on your iPad and helps it run more smoothly and swiftly than before. Coolmuster iOS Cleaner is compatible with iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad mini, The new iPad, iPad 2, as well as iPhone and iPod touch.
The tool we used in the following guide is the Mac version of the Coolmuster iOS Cleaner. If you are a Windows user, you can refer to this guide as well because the operations on Windows and Mac platforms are almost the same. First of all, please download the free trial version of the iOS Cleaner for Mac from the following button.
Step One – After the downloading and installation of the iOS Cleaner for Mac, launch it and link your iPad to the Mac computer to let the Mac tool detect your iPad. When the primary window of the program pops up, you should click "Quick Clean" to continue.
Step Two – iOS Cleaner for Mac displays all removable file types for you, like app caches, app cookies, app temp files, app crash logs, downloaded temp files, photo caches, and user storage files. Tick the boxes next to "App Crash Logs" and press on the "Start Scan" button on the top right corner.
Step Three – All the app crash logs stored on your iPad will be scanned out by the iOS Cleaner for Mac and listed on the program window. Now, you can choose the app crash logs you want to delete and click the button marked "Clean" to start the deleting process.