Google Tests “Free Up Space” and “My Subscriptions” Features in Play Store
Google has been working to improve its features for more safer and happier experience for its users. The company is now testing a new feature ‘Free up space’ in Play Store. This feature will improve the users to only uninstall the unused apps and see all your subscriptions at one place.
The tech giant seems to be testing the feature to bring changes which are making to run out of space. Notably, the feature is available in Google Photos and Files Go. In a similar way, the user may get notified with a sign saying, “You’re running low on storage. Free up space.” The user can immediately go to “My apps & games” and uninstall the unneeded apps to free up the device. If you’ve subscribed to any of apps, TV shows or magazines through the Google Play Store, then the list will be showcased in one place now. It also shows the list of frequently used apps where you can decide to remove the unwanted apps from your device.
If you are currently using the latest version of the Play Store, you will note a new option to free up your device. Soon, this new update can be accessed by all the users as Google is still working on it.