That’s right, your own phone, or rather, the Play Store will send you notifications reminding you that you can uninstall applications that you are no longer using, so you don’t forget it and your phone’s storage doesn’t fill up unnecessarily.
Notifications to uninstall apps
We do not know if it will be sent when it detects inactivity in an application or it will be random, we do not know how often it will do it, but it is not bad that it reminds us that perhaps we have an app that we installed one day to make a collage and that we have not Used again since October 2017. Perhaps a little push will encourage us to uninstall these types of apps that we have on our mobile.
When we click on the notification, will direct us to the applications section of the phone, that is, as if we had accessed Settings and we went to the section of Applications to uninstall, disable an app, or clear the cache.
The truth is that this novelty is not going to revolutionize the way you use your phone, but it is something useful, since a reminder of this nature from time to time, does not come at all bad for clueless users who have apps breeding dust on your device.
Remember, Google wants the Android experience to be as pleasant as possible, so not only will it remember this, but we also have Google files, an application designed entirely to empty the space of your device.
All these options are especially recommended for users who have phones with 16GB of internal memory, and even 32GB but who use a lot of storage. And it is that 64GB are becoming a standard even in the mid-range, and we begin to see phones like the Galaxy Note 9, which has up to 512GB or the Galaxy S10 +, With a version up to 1TB!
And it is that more and more, we consume more apps, photos, videos and other multimedia content with our phone.