App Manager supports users in managing the applications present on the device by monitoring a standard board. At this storage space, the content that appears in the application’s memory is displayed. Therefore, users can easily perform operations with the desired application without spending too much time. The interruption bug identified on Android 13 has been disabled. For the best user experience, the app size estimation system is back and working more efficiently.
Adjusting your device to the perfect version takes a lot of time for users. App Manager grasped that requirement and began perfecting this extremely intelligent version of application management. The main interface will display the downloaded folders and applications. Besides the official apps, content downloaded outside Google Play is also managed here. All information on user-installed content will be displayed in the introduction. The reset panels with many different customizations will appear if you hold down the information. The system starts checking and identifying content that consumes a lot of device space. From there, the necessary warnings will be sent, and the user can choose the most suitable option during the control period.
To get the device that contains the experience space you want, App Manager allows deletion, installation, and sharing operations to happen quickly. The number of times users use application management will be shortened if the application is supported. Applications in the menu will be removed after just a few simple steps. Instead, they can do much new content installs without a hitch. Browsing and sharing applications for many other devices also help the system get more plus points. Content that cannot be displayed after installation will appear here, and you can make them display on the home screen. Many interesting activities related to granting operation permission or blocking information from any application are also developed.