Google debuts auto-archive feature that reduces the need to uninstall apps

by Digital Brainiacs
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  • Google is launching a new auto-archiving feature for Android.
  • Auto-archiving can free up to nearly 60% of an app’s storage space.
  • Only developers using App Bundle can add support for auto-archiving to their apps.

If your phone has ever run out of storage space, then you know how annoying it can be to find ways to free up space. Most often this leads to uninstalling apps. No one likes being forced to delete apps, but a new feature coming to Android could help you keep your apps while freeing up space at the same time.

This morning, Google announced that it is rolling out an auto-archiving feature to Android. With this new feature, the company is aiming to reduce unnecessary app uninstalls while allowing new apps to be downloaded.

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