The Google Play Store will now recommend unused apps that you can uninstall to free up space and complete downloads.
The Google Play Store will soon be recommending apps that can be removed from the phone to free up space. Storage space has long been a permanent problem for many, and the advent of devices with 64GB and 128GB of inbuilt storage space has solved some of the problems for many, with many devices still having 16GB of internal storage space. With this new feature, the Google Play Store will now present a list of applications that are rarely used and can be removed from the device.
The new feature will take the form of an uninstall manager that will appear when you try to download from the Play Store, but there is not enough storage space to complete the download. The manager will show you how much space you need to clean and will recommend the app based on that. You will probably be allowed to uninstall apps directly from the menu, for convenience. There is no mention of when this feature will premiere, but screenshots soon revealed their inclusion.
Although storage space issues with more storage capacity and optimization in Android Marshmallow have been resolved somewhat late, most existing user bases of Android (especially in the budget section) still have older OS versions and 16GB of internal storage, which can be quite limited if you have plenty on your device. Store music and apps. With this new feature, you can easily identify apps that haven’t been used for a long time and recover valuable storage space that has been lost for a long time on your smartphone.