Move installed applications to a memory card, freeing up internal storage. You do not even need to get root-access, but at the same time some applications will be unavailable for transfer (mainly system ones).
By default, on mobile devices, all applications are installed on internal memory. This makes sense: the developers are confident that the internal storage will not shut down, provide the desired speed of reading and writing, and others.
However, internal storage, especially on budget mobile devices, is not infinite. As a result, users are significantly limited, and are forced to remove a couple of others before installing a new application. But what to do when there is nothing to delete everything you need.
And even the automatic saving of photos on a memory card did not solve the problem of lack of space in the internal storage? In this case, you should use the AppMgr III program functionality, which does not even require getting root-rights.
- Transfer most applications from internal storage to a memory card.
- Convenient interface: 3 tabs (on the phone, on the memory card, only on the phone).
- Does not require super-user permissions.
The program has Russian-language localization, so you will be free to navigate the application interface. The program will work stably on all devices running Android OS older than version 4.1.
Below you can free download AppMgr III (App 2 sd) for Android