A native app will help you when you need storage.
A few months ago, the Mountain View company filed a interesting functionality of your operating system for mobile devices. As Google posted on its developer blog, the Archived will allow Android users to be able to recover up to 60% of memory used by apps, without need to have to remove them completely, to make room for internal storage. Now we tell you how it works, but in the meantime, you might want to take a look at one of our useful tricks for Androidwhere we explain how to know which applications consume more RAM.
Google Play and a new feature will allow you to free up space on your Android mobile device
As the user creator of the Tweet that we show you under these lines indicates, Google It looks to be started rolling out this functionality, although it is still in an early stage. Currently, according to this information, only the application Google news would have that feature built in. To make it effective, you must access the app google play and click on the profile picture of the user. In the drop-down menu, select Manage apps and devices and click on the tab Manage. To the select the app in question, a new option will be displayed at the bottom, allowing the user to file part of the data, also showing the number of megabytes released.
Initial look at @GooglePlay ‘s App archive feature which was announced back in March 2022 and seems fully functional but the number of apps is almost none. @Google news is the only app supporting it for now.@MishaalRahman @madebygoogle #Android pic.twitter.com/ZovpuJ3BBQ
— Kim (@AssembleDebug) October 11, 2022
To the select bliss optionimagine that the first the action is performed, a message will be displayed to the user, with the title ‘Maximize your phone’s storage by archiving apps’:
By archiving your apps, the Play Store will remove those apps while keeping your data and documents. When you need the app again, just tap on its icon and it will re-download.
Once the application is archived, a new tab will be displayed in the Manage apps and devices menu, where you can find those apps that you have decided use to gain space on your device. Within the home screen of your phone, or wherever you have the app located, the app will appear with a download icon on it, so that if you decide to use it again, you can download it directly. We will have to see when more apps are added to this function, but it is a step Really important for those terminals with low internal memory.