How to free up storage on iOS devices (NO JAILBREAK REQUIRED)

How to free up storage on iOS devices (NO JAILBREAK REQUIRED)

We all have faced this stage of not having enough memory on our iOS devices. Mainly 16GB devices run through this problem. All the devices uses some extra GB’s for its system so we do not get the whole 16 GB & left with only 11-13 GB storage. Our device gets full in no time after installing some games & apps, loading music and shooting some

We all have faced this stage of not having enough memory on our iOS devices. Mainly 16GB devices run through this problem. All the devices uses some extra GB’s for its system so we do not get the whole 16 GB & left with only 11-13 GB storage. Our device gets full in no time after installing some games & apps, loading music and shooting some videos. So what makes the device full? Why do we always face the low storage problem all the time? Well the answer is “Cached Files” used by the apps & games. The apps & games generates so much cached files that we may not see but the main reason for storage full is the cached files itself. Let’s take an example of the image shown below.

We all have faced this stage of not having enough memory on our iOS devices. Mainly 16GB devices run through this problem. All the devices uses some extra GB’s for its system so we do not get the whole 16 GB & left with only 11-13 GB storage. Our device gets full in no time after installing some games & apps, loading music and shooting some

The facebook app is showing 323 MB for its size but when you open the app, it is only 86.6 MB using 236 MB more. The 236 MB you see is the entire cached file stored by the apps which is unnecessary. So there are number of apps on your device which may be using cached files which you need to remove it immediately. So is it possible to remove those cached files from the device? Yes it is! All you need to do is follow these simple steps in order to get some extra space on your device.

Use battery doctor

We all have faced this stage of not having enough memory on our iOS devices. Mainly 16GB devices run through this problem. All the devices uses some extra GB’s for its system so we do not get the whole 16 GB & left with only 11-13 GB storage. Our device gets full in no time after installing some games & apps, loading music and shooting some

Battery Doctor is a really powerful app that works perfect. The main feature of this app is you can delete all the junk files that are stored on your device. It helps to clear all the cached files from your device without affecting any apps that you have installed. You can also use it while charging your device to get some extra battery usages. Even I find this app really helpful & have been using on my device since it got released. Download Battery Doctor from here!

Re-install the app
The battery doctor does all the work but you can always remove the particular app & install it again. What it does is, it clears all the unnecessary files & only uses the memory that app requires. Don’t worry about losing scores, levels & progress of the game; iCloud is always there to bring them back.

Use Google Photos
We all have faced this stage of not having enough memory on our iOS devices. Mainly 16GB devices run through this problem. All the devices uses some extra GB’s for its system so we do not get the whole 16 GB & left with only 11-13 GB storage. Our device gets full in no time after installing some games & apps, loading music and shooting some

The iOS devices take so much space while recording video. Shooting 5 minutes of video takes almost 700 MB’s which also is the biggest reason for storage getting full. So you can always use Google Photos which allows you to store unlimited photos & videos into the cloud. Read more about Google Photos here. Read the full review about Google Photos.

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How to free up storage on iOS devices (NO JAILBREAK REQUIRED) How to free up storage on iOS devices (NO JAILBREAK REQUIRED) Reviewed by Nischal Regmi on 7:28:00 PM Rating: 5

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