Sunday, April 1, 2018

Low Internal Memory

There are a lot of small devices out there, such as smartphones,  which have low internal memory, so what can you do to make the most of it?

You can read elsewhere about how to keep your photos on the cloud and not on your phone,  along with a lot of other such data. But what about apps?     That's another story. To a degree some apps can be loaded onto expandable memory such as an SD card if you have it, there a better alternatives to start with.

Websites designed for smart devices can be added as bookmarks, and even better, added to the home screen where they look like any other app.  This website, snrtech, is optimized to be used from such a bookmark.

These websites include  ABC News, Evernote, and many others.   

Next come light apps.     These are made available by loading an enabling app called Hermit.  Hermit has both ready-made apps and ability for you to create such an app. These light apps also appear on the home screen as any other apps.

But then you will still find memory decreasing as conventional apps are updated. Here you need simply to turn off updating by the app store. Otherwise some apps will hog entirely too much space for no reason.

You can avoid adding Google Apps individually by using a browser which accesses them from the browser such as Opera.

If you have expandable memory,  it will be possible to move some apps to it.    

Then there are also apps which use extremely little memory anyway.    

You can cram a huge number of apps into a gigabyte of memory.

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