The new Google Files filters will allow you to find, faster and easier, which applications to uninstall from your smartphone.
In the Google Play Store you can find a wide variety of very complete and functional file managers, but, without a doubt, one of the most has evolved the most in recent times is Google Files.
Precisely, on this occasion, we are here to tell you about one of the latest innovations that the American giant has included in its file manager, which will make your job easier. free up space on your device by showing you which apps to uninstall.
With Google Files filters, it will be much easier to find apps to uninstall
Google Files already allowed you to uninstall applications that you do not use, but now it has just included new filters in its Android application that will make it easier for you to find said applications, since we can filter them according to three main parameters: Large apps, unused apps and games.
For enable these filters in Google Files you just need to perform the following steps:
- Open the Google Files app
- Click on the tab To explore
- Click on the option Calculate storage which is highlighted in color just below the section Apps
- In the pop-up window that appears below, click on the option Continue
- Turn the knob Authorize access to use
Once done, Files by Google will be able to calculate the size occupied by applications and when was the last time we used a specific application to apply these new filters.
Once the filters are enabled, you can start using them by accessing the section Apps which is inside the tab To explorewhich will now be divided into three tabs: Installed apps, system apps, and app installer files (APKs) and entering the first, Installed apps.
When you do this you will see that at the top, just below the tab name, appears three sections: large apps, unused apps, and games. By tapping on the first one, you will be able to see the apps that occupy more than 512 MBby clicking a second time on the applications that you have not used for more than a month and when you press the last one you will see just the games.
In the list of applications that appears when applying one of these filters, which can be combined to easily find large applications or games that we have not used for more than a month or games that take no more room in the memory of our terminal, you can see that large apps appear with an MB+ icon, less used apps with an alarm clock icon, and games with a gamepad icon, so apps that meet more than one of these filters’ settings will appear labeled with multiple icons. So, for example, if we have installed a game that occupies more than 512 MB, it will appear labeled with MB+ and game controller icons.
Moreover, whatever filter(s) we apply, we will also be able to order all the results by date (oldest or newest first), by size (largest or smallest first) and name (A to Z or Z to A).
To order the results of the filters, just click on the menu button located at the top right of the application, enter the section sort by and select the option that most interests us.
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