App2SD &App Manager-Save Space

App2SD &App Manager-Save Space

5,000,000 - 10,000,000 downloads

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  • App2SD and app manager
  • User-friendly interface
  • Works properly
  • Just Android 2.2/2.3. Tablets 3.0/3.1 not supported
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Expert's Review

"Free internal storage"

Reviewed by / Sep 06, 2011

App2SD allows you to easily move your apps to your SDcard

Bear in mind that this app supports Android 2.2/2.3. Tablets 3.0/3.1 doesn't support this app.

This way you will free internal storage making your phone running smoothly. First off, it tracks your apps and makes three lists: On phone, On SDcard and Phone Only. That's it: apps that you have on phone, apps that you have installed on the SDcard or those apps that can't be moved to SDcard. Then you can move one-by-one or by batches. Just select the apps you want to move and tap the button. You can revert the process whenever you want: select them and move back to the internal storage. You will receive a notification when a movable app2sd is installed in your device.

What's more, the app includes other extra features. For example, you can sort your apps by name, install date or app size. It shows available internal storage/SDcard out of the total. You can uninstall apps from the App2SD and launch it. There's a button to open the Android Market.

App2SD has been developed by INFOLIFE LLC., the well-known apps developer, who has launched lots of them on the market with remarkably success.

There are lots of App2SD apps. We would say that this one is great due to its user-friendly interface and the amount of features you can perform. Recommendable.

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Developer's original description available here
App Manager & App2SD, a powerful tool to manage apps for android devices. App2SD can move apps to external storage and save internal storage if it's supported by your device.

List all installed & system apps
Move apps to SD (if supported by your device)
Show app info in detail
Uninstall apps
Force stop app
Clear app cache
Clear app data
Hide pre-installed/system apps
Share apps with your friends
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1. What is "App 2 SD"?
"App 2 SD" is short for app to SD card, and it is also called app to sd.

2. Why do so many apps that cannot App2SD?
Only the app is configured to supported to be installed on SD card by the developer that can it App2SD. So you will see many apps are "On Phone Only".

3. What does the green and orange icon mean?
The green icon means that the app can be moved.
The orange icon means that the app is not recommended to be moving to SD card because it might cause the app not work propertly.

4. Why does app2sd not supported by my device?
Android system determins if your device is supported.

5. How to hide some pre-installed/pre-loaded system apps?
Go to the App Manager, then switch to the system apps tab, select the app that you want to hide and click hide.

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Recently changed in this version

#App Manager

#Fix Jelly Bean FC bug

#Fix FC bug caused by Google Admob SDK

Lists with App2SD &App Manager-Save Space

Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund, Analizadas por Mar GP, SD card (Tools).

Comments and ratings for App2SD &App Manager-Save Space
  • (64)

    by Dhiraj Badgujar on 21/04/2014

    Best apps

  • (64)

    by David Lovell on 19/04/2014

    All it does is tell me to tap my move to sd card button. My phone doesn't have one which is why I downloaded this app in the first place. Does nothing to enable me to transfer stuff to my sd card. Totally worthless.

  • (64)

    by Athul Prem on 17/04/2014

    Very poor

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    by Deni Chang on 17/04/2014


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    by Mukesh Modren on 16/04/2014

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    by Kyle Bartolo on 16/04/2014


  • (64)

    by Tori Leksen on 16/04/2014

    There was no move to SD card button like it said there would be