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The description of AppMgr III (App 2 SD)


AppMgr (also known as App 2 SD) is a totally new design app that provides the following components:
Move apps: moves apps to either internal or external storage for getting more available app storage
Hide apps: hides system (built-in) apps from the app drawer
Freeze apps: freeze apps so they won't use any CPU or memory resources
App manager: manages apps for batch uninstalling, moving apps or sharing apps with friends

Support app 2 sd for Android 2.x and above. For Android 6+, read http://bit.ly/2CtZHb2 if you don't see the Change button. Some devices may not be supported, visit AppMgr > Settings > About > FAQ for details.

Features:
★ up-to-date UI style, themes
★ uninstall apps
★ move apps to external storage
★ notify when movable apps installed
★ hide apps from app drawer
★ freeze apps to a stop state
★ 1-tap to clear all cache
★ clear apps cache or data
★ batch view apps on Google Play
★ export the app list
★ install apps from the exported app list
★ No ads (PRO)
★ quick uninstall or move an app by drag-n-drop
★ sort apps by name, size or installation time
★ share customized app list with friends
★ support home screen widgets

Functions for rooted device
★ Root uninstaller, Root freeze, Root cache cleaner
★ Root app mover(PRO-only)

Move apps
Are you running out of application storage? Do you hate having to check each and every app if it supports moving to the SD card? Do you want an app that automatically does this for you and can notify you when an app can be moved? This component streamlines the movement of apps to on your device's external or internal storage through your device's Settings. With this, you'll have more control over your ever expanding collection of apps. This is crucial to anyone who has memory management issues.

Hide apps
You don't care for all the apps your carrier adds to Android? Well, now you can get rid of them! This component enables you to hide system (built-in) apps from the app drawer.

Freeze apps
You can freeze apps so they won't use any CPU or memory resources and consume zero-battery. It's good for you to freeze apps that you would like to keep in device, but don't want them to run or be uninstalled.

Permissions
• WRITE/READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE: use to export/import the apps list
• GET_PACKAGE_SIZE, PACKAGE_USAGE_STATS: get the size information of apps
• BIND_ACCESSIBILITY_SERVICE: this app uses Accessibility services to automate the function (e.g. clear cache, move apps), optional. It helps those who have difficulty in tapping and complete the task easier
• WRITE_SETTINGS: prevent the screen rotation during the automatic function
• SYSTEM_ALERT_WINDOW: draw a wait screen above other apps during the automatic function

We have been selected as a Google I/O 2011 Developer Sandbox partner, for its innovative design and advanced technology.
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AppMgr III (App 2 SD) Varies with device APK for Android Varies with device+

Version Varies with device for Android Varies with device+
Update on 2023-01-19
Installs 50.000.000++
File size 4.607.186 bytes
Permissions view permissions
What's new v5.55
★ AppMgr is now Android 13 compatible
★ send me an email if you'd like to help with the translation
★ bugs fixed and optimization

v5.54/v5.53
★ update text for the Korean language
★ also export the last updated time of apps to the exported CSV file

FAQs

  • Use Android's “Free up space” tool
    • Go to your phone's settings, and select “Storage.” Among other things, you'll see information on how much space is in use, a link to a tool called “Smart Storage” (more on that later), and a list of app categories.
    • Tap on the blue “Free up space” button.
  • You have to go to settings and then into storage section. There will be options to set the default memory to be SD card instead of internal memory.
  • How to move photos you've already taken to a microSD card
    • Open your file manager app.
    • Open Internal Storage.
    • Open DCIM (short for Digital Camera Images). ...
    • Long-press Camera.
    • Tap the Move button at the bottom left of the screen.
    • Navigate back to your file manager menu, and tap on SD card. ...
    • Tap DCIM.
  • To directly install an app to SD Card storage you need to install APK files of that app as users can't download the apps directly from Google Play Store to SD Card. You can manage preferences by going into Settings > Applications > Application Manager.
  • To move apps:
    • Go to Settings > Apps and tap the app you want to move to your SD card.
    • Next, under the Storage section, tap Move to SD Card. The button will be grayed out while the app moves, so don't interfere until it's done.
    • If there's no Move to SD Card option, the app cannot be moved.
  • Swipe down to Applications, followed by Application manager. Find the app you want to move and tap on “Storage.” Right below the “Internal Storage” option, you should see a “Change” button. Tap on it and a new window will appear that will only show you two options: Internal Storage and SD card.
  • Developers of Android apps need to explicitly make their apps available to move to the SD card using the “android:installLocation” attribute in the element of their app. If they don't, the option to “Move to SD card” is grayed out. ... Well, Android apps cannot run from the SD card while the card is mounted.
  • Go to device “Settings”, then select “Storage”. Select your "SD Card", then tap the “three-dot menu“ (top-right), now select “Settings” from in there. Now, select “Format as internal”, and then “Erase & Format”. Your SD Card will now be formatted as internal storage.
  • Android - Samsung
    • From any Home screen, tap Apps.
    • Tap My Files.
    • Tap Device storage.
    • Navigate inside your device storage to the files you want to move to your external SD card.
    • Tap MORE, then tap Edit.
    • Place a check next to the files you wish to move.
    • Tap MORE, then tap Move.
    • Tap SD memory card.
  • AppMgr III is one of the best App2SD android apps for moving apps from internal memory to your SD card. It is also known as App 2 SD and it supports most of the android smartphones and tablets. Upon installing it scans your android device for all the apps present on your phone memory, SD card and movable to SD card.
  • In Storage > Apps, you can see how much space apps take up. It's a good idea to clear your cache to save space....Use Android's “Free up space” tool
    • Go to your phone's settings, and select “Storage.” You'll see information on how much space is in use and a list of file categories.
    • Tap on the “Free up space” button.
  • Go to Settings > Apps and tap the app you want to move to your SD card. Next, under the Storage section, tap Move to SD Card. The button will be grayed out while the app moves, so don't interfere until it's done.
  • How to use SD card as internal storage on Android?
    • Put the SD card on your Android phone and wait for it to get detected.
    • Now, open Settings.
    • Scroll down and go to the Storage section.
    • Tap the name of your SD card.
    • Tap the three vertical dots on the top right corner of the screen.
    • Tap Storage Settings.

    • Make sure that you have an SD card inserted into your device.
    • From your Home screen, tap the Application screen icon.
    • Find and tap Settings → Apps.
    • Tap the On SD card tab.
    • Select application, then tap Move to SD card.
  • How Do I move apps to the SD card on my Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+?
    • 1 From the home screen, swipe down the screen to bring up your apps.
    • 2 Choose Settings.
    • 3 Choose Apps.
    • 4 Choose the app you would like to move to your SD card.
    • 5 Choose Storage.
    • 6 Choose Change.
    • 7 Choose SD card.
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