AppMgr Pro III (App 2 SD)
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- List of movable and non-movable apps
- 1-tap clear all app cache
- Movable app notification every time you install
- App management features
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+ By Sam Lu
App 2 SD is an app manager that identify those app that are movable to SD and allows you to move them easily
This is the paid version of App 2 SD. It has the same functionalities but no ads.
Checking which apps are movable to SD card and which are not becomes an usual operation when you begin to run out app storage. And it's annoying to do it over and over. App 2 SD will help you out to do it faster. Once you've installed it in your Android, it will make a list of movable (and non-movable) apps. Then you can move them to SD card one by one or all apps at once. What's more, every time you will install a new app, it will notify you if it's movable or non-movable to SD, and move it from there. One of the features that we really like, and that's more useful than it seems is the 1-tap clear all app cache. If you want to move it back to your internal app storage, there's an option that allows you to do it too.
You have to take in account that some apps (app widgets, alarm services, sync adapters, device administrations and many other) cannot be move to SD because they use Android system resources. What's more, App 2 SD purpose isn't to backup apps to SD card. It only helps you to move them. You'll have to manually install those apps after wipe. And finally, the shortcuts will disappear from the home screen after you move apps to the SD card. It's other limitation of Android system.
Apart from these features, App 2 SD works as an app manager that overtakes the default one. Thus, it shows app cache, data, code and size, the storage total/available size and other monitoring options. Besides that, you may view app on market, open apps, uninstall them, show app details page and many other regular features.
App 2 SD has been developed by Sam Lu, an emerging developer who has launched several apps in the market, related to the improvement of the Android system resources (compass, cleaners...).
App 2 SD is a must have, one of those apps that makes your life easier. We give it 5 stars because it does properly what it says. Its limitations about moving some apps are due to Android system, not to the app itself.
AppMgr (also known as App 2 SD) is a totally new design app that provides the following components:
★ Move apps: moves apps to either internal or external storage for getting more available app storage
★ Hide apps: hides system (built-in) apps from the app drawer
★ Freeze apps: freeze apps so they won't use any CPU or memory resources
★ App manager: manages apps for batch uninstalling, moving apps or sharing apps with friends
* Over 30,000,000 Downloads! *
★ up-to-date UI style, themes
★ batch uninstall apps
★ batch move apps to external storage
★ notify when movable apps installed
★ hide apps from app drawer
★ freeze apps to a stop state
★ 1-tap to clear all cache
★ batch clear apps cache or data
★ batch view apps on Google Play
★ export the app list
★ install apps from the exported app list
★ quick uninstall or move an app by drag-n-drop
★ sort apps by name, size or installation time
★ share customized app list with friends
★ support home screen widgets
★ support Android 2/3/4
★ support "Move2SD Enabler"
★ customizable notification sound, vibrate and light
Are you running out of application storage? Do you hate having to check each and every app if it supports moving to the SD card? Do you want an app that automatically does this for you and can notify you when an app can be moved? This component streamlines the movement of apps to on your device's external or internal storage through your device's Settings. With this, you'll have more control over your ever expanding collection of apps. This is crucial to anyone who has memory management issues.
You don't care for all the apps your carrier adds to Android? Well, now you can get rid of them! This component enables you to hide system (built-in) apps from the app drawer.
You can freeze apps so they won't use any CPU or memory resources and consume zero-battery. It's good for you to freeze apps that you would like to keep in device, but don't want them to run or be uninstalled.
We have been selected as a Google I/O 2011 Developer Sandbox partner, for its innovative design and advanced technology.
* Move apps function may not work on your device as manufacture removes the function of moving apps to SD from Android system
* Read user's manual or FAQ by going to: AppMgr > Settings > About
Danish-Christian Stangegaard Kappelgaard
Filipino-Vincent C. V. Estrellado
French-Jérémy Roth (JeremX)
Galician-Xesús M. Mosquera Carregal
Polish-Kamil Szymański, Grzegorz Jabłoński
Portuguese-Altieres Lima da Silva, , Luis Barbosa de Assis Junior
Urdu-Hafiz Muhammad Moin Ud Din
Vietnamese-Phong Quang PdaViet
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★ the Install apps function is now provided for free version users. Settings > Install apps
★ fixed: only 1 app moved when moving multiple apps
★ fixed: install apps window's fast scroll bar should not overlap with check boxes
★ strings updated for some languages
★ bugs fixed and optimizations
the move app to xxx button never shows up. i am using samsung galaxy 3 tab, rooted. i want my money back please
Note 2 will not allow me to move anything without dialing it until I reinstall it on the phone, not the SD card. I think I may have to root the phone to do this. Ahhh!
The actions of this app should have been included with android's "SETTINGS" / "Application" utility. Very useful app. Saves a lot of time in determining which apps I want to keep, and which apps to uninstall.
Didnt work and i cant get my money back
Does no more than the phone's own app manager. The only one it told me I could move was itself. I did better - I removed it altogether, saving even more space. There should be a zero star in the rating system as I didn't hate it, it was just useless.
Correctly identifies movable apps in Kit Kat.