Android IT Apps – Part 5: Disk Space


(Last Updated On: May 1, 2014)

Android robot logo.Image via WikipediaAlthough not strictly an IT app, I felt this was appropriate to include here. It is generally the IT people who end up using or recommending apps like this. These apps help you look at and manage the space on your Android phone and SDCard.

DiskUsage – I like this first app probably more because it is like WinDirStat than because of its’ own benefits. DiskUsage provides a graphical view of your storage on phone or card. Within the app you can zoom in and delete files if you wish. I like being able to keep track of what is taking up space.
ES File Explorer – This is a really nice app. It lets you see the structure of your phone/SDCard. The GUI is very nice. EStrongs puts out components that work with this app – a bookmark app, a task manager, and a security app. They are all free. ES gives you the opportunity to backup your phone to your card – very handy! There is a tab for LANs and one for FTP (also very nice and integrated well). You can customize the app easily with wallpaper, custom folder icons, etc.
All in all, I would recommend using ES File Explorer
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