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Tom's Guide: 15 Tips to Free Up Storage On Your Android

Sometimes it seems like smartphones are capable of anything. From playing music, video and games, to email, social networking and web browsing, there's no end to the tasks you can carry out on your phone. Unfortunately, the more apps and content you download, the more your phone's storage is going to fill up. The Tom's Guide team has put together a list of 15 tips and tools for freeing up space on your Android tablet or smartphone. Be sure to check them out in '15 Tips & Tools to Free Up Storage on Your Android.'

Running out of space on your Android device? Do you always need to figure out if you have enough storage capacity left for the latest music album or app you want to install? These helpful tips and tools will help you clear up some more storage space on your Android tablet or smartphone!15 Tips & Tools to Free Up Storage on Your Android

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  • sliem
    Why not just link directly to the actual article... err... photo gallery?
    http://www.tomsguide.com/us/pictures-story/468-android-data-smartphone-full-free-up-space-tips.html

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  • dalethepcman
    I appreciate the attempt, but I hate the format. Sorry as soon as I see one of these photo gallery articles I just move along.

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  • joebob2000
    dalethepcmanI appreciate the attempt, but I hate the format. Sorry as soon as I see one of these photo gallery articles I just move along.
    I totally agree, the only explanation i can think of is that ad revenue from all 15 clicks is higher than just making one concise story with inline images. Even Toptenz.net doesn't torture you into clicking 9 more times than is necessary just to see the content.
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  • soo-nah-mee
    Not only is the photo gallery format tedious, it also does not work with Tom's own app for Android, let alone in a Flipboard page. I had to open it in Boat browser to view it. The app should at least open it up for you in a browser.
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  • TunaSoda
    You mean if I move files onto an external usb stick I will free up space? what?!?!
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