The size of the app that is no longer used on Android will automatically decrease

The size of the app that is no longer used on Android will automatically decrease

 A new feature called 'Hibernation' is coming to the Android operating system. By using this feature, the size of unused mobile apps can be reduced.

According to Android developer Tim Sraet, this feature will reduce the memory footprint of apps not used on mobile. This feature, which is currently under development, is expected to come in the next Android 12.

It is expected to provide relief to users who have problems with low storage space on their mobile phones. This feature will automatically clear unused app cache.

Other information on what additional features will be available is not yet available.

The size of the app that is no longer used on Android will automatically decrease

If your Android phone doesn't have a lot of storage space, you have been working hard for a long time to free up space by removing old files and data. But Google's File app will make the process easier now.

Some Android phones already have the Files app installed. The feature that makes it different from other file managers is its cleaning recommendations. This app identifies what needs to be removed to free up your phone's storage.

First, you need to install the File by Google app for your phone. If you are using this app for the first time, agree to Google's terms. Then proceed by clicking Continue.

Then in the permissions popup to give access to your file app.

After doing so, tap on 'Clean' at the bottom to free up your storage space.

Tap "Clean."

At the top of the page, you can see how much storage your device has used.

Below that, Google will automatically suggest to you some files, which you can delete to free up space. Such as screenshots, duplicate files,, and photos that are already backed up to Google Photos.

The Files by Google showing the amount of space used on an Android phone.

Each of the categories below has three possible buttons and all of them have different activities.

1. "Confirm and Free Up (X) MB": X means the amount of space. Tap this to open the popup and clean the file without reviewing. It contains useless files and data that occupy space on your device.

2. "Select and free up (X) MB": X means the amount of space. Tap on it and jump directly to the review screen where you can select and delete the file you want.

3. "Free of (X) MB": X means the amount of space. This is especially true for Google Photos. Google suggests deleting your backed-up photos. Go to the Google Photos app by tapping on it and from there you can free up space.

For example, you can tap "Select and Free Up (X) MB" and select and delete the files you don't want.

We can easily see that Google has suggested deleting the file. In the duplicate file category, the original files are indicated by a bookmark icon in the lower-left corner.

Select the files you don't want and tap Delete.

If you have also selected the original files in the duplicate file, you are given the option to confirm it once.

Firefox 87 public with private browsing 'smartblock'

New version 87 of the browsing platform Mozilla Firefox has been unveiled. With the new version, the company has provided a new feature called 'Smartblock' as private browsing.

The company has unveiled a new privacy feature that will prevent users from controlling their browsing behavior. This means that no one has access to any information about what users are doing in the private browser.

In which the Bluetooth content blocking feature built by FireSax has been used. Which is said to be available in both private browsing as well as streak tracking protection.