Some manufacturers of Android smartphones have tools with cleaning functions built into the customization layers that they bring to their models, although these tools are not available to everyone.
What is available to most Android device users is the ability to install the free Google Files app on their drives to manage their space.
Additional help managing internal space on Android devices
This last addition is welcome, above all, to those who have little storage space on their devices, although it is already common to find mobiles with a larger capacity, and even with the possibility of expansion through microSD cards for low-end mobile devices.
and that is Files Google now has three filters in the Apps category, from the Explore section, the ability to choose large apps, apps used, and games, a combination of some of which will bring up a menu that will serve as a guide for users to remove apps and games, Thus getting more space on your mobile devices.
It is one of the first additions this year to this interesting application after the arrival of the junk folder in 2021 to avoid accidental deletions, favorites folder or New function to delete old photosamong other news.
Incorporating these filters will make it possible (in my case it wasn’t) to allow additional permissions the first time the Google Files app is reopened after their access, which is very simple for new users to access. Filters can function properly once permissions have been granted.
This integration will be part of the many novelties that we hope to see arrive throughout this year, helping to better manage the mobile space to optimize it adequately.
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