Smartphones have truly brought forth the age of the internet, or is it the other way around? From ticket-booking apps to gallery apps, we install a whole lot of apps on our smartphones. These apps tend to store small bits of data on your phone. This is done so that the next time you launch an app, the process is a bit faster. It also consumes less data. But the cache isn't really an essential part of an app, and the apps don't really require it to work. So, it's useful, in a way, but also not so important. There are a lot of apps on the Play Store that will tell you to clean this cache terming it as junk, and many people would do it too. It'd be better if an app could automatically clear Android app cache only when it's crossing a certain limit. This way, you still get to enjoy faster app loading and save some mobile data while doing it without having your storage filled up. You won't be waiting for the gallery app to load the image thumbnails which is what happens if you use any of the usual cache cleaning apps. Thanks to XDA dev Dhi's new Xposed module which can automatically clear cache when your apps reach a certain threshold. Don't miss: Schedule Your WhatsApp Status Photos with XStatus Changer
- This being a Xposed Module, you will, of course, require the Xposed Framework.
- Your device must be rooted.
- Make sure Unknown sources is enabled in Settings > Security.