Google Play store gets "Free up space", an option for identifying and uninstalling rarely used applications
Google tests a feature that will allow more efficient device memory management, and a new category for the Google Play store called "Subscriptions," where all the apps, TV shows, and publications we subscribe to will appear.
More gourmet about memory resources, Android apps can quickly handle a significant amount of memory in the device. And if the user is used to installing new games and applications periodically without returning to those who may no longer be interested, restoring the device to the previous state can become a laborious task. Here comes "Free up space", the built-in utility even in the Google Play app
Proposed automatically when device memory is nearly full, it shows a list of applications sorted according to the frequency you used. The checked apps will be uninstalled in the pile, confirming the operation once. Simultaneously, the temporary files created by them are also removed, releasing even more memory from the device.
At the testing stage, the "Subscriptions" tab will appear in the My apps & games category, placing all the services in the Play Store that we subscribe to in one place