Google Play has introduced a new feature that automatically archives unused apps to help you save storage space on your device. With this feature, the app will automatically identify and archive apps that you haven’t used for a while.
How does it work?
The auto-archive feature will identify apps that you haven’t opened in a long time, and will ask you if you want to keep them installed or archive them. If you choose to archive them, the app will be moved to a separate tab in your app library called “Archived apps.”
You can still access your archived apps if you want to use them again. To do this, simply go to the “Archived apps” tab, select the app you want to use, and tap the “Restore” button.
Managing archived apps
You can manage your archived apps by going to the “Archived apps” tab in your app library. From there, you can choose to restore an app, uninstall it, or permanently delete it.
It’s worth noting that some apps may not be suitable for archiving, such as apps that contain important data or settings that you don’t want to lose. In these cases, it’s best to keep the app installed and manually manage your storage space.
Google Play’s auto-archive feature is a great way to save storage space on your device by automatically identifying and archiving unused apps, concludes NIXSolutions. However, it’s important to keep in mind that not all apps are suitable for archiving, and it’s always a good idea to manually manage your storage space to ensure you don’t lose any important data or settings.