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Android 8.1 Oreo Will Focus Majorly On Improving Storage Space

In recent times, Google has shown commitment to minimize storage consuming features in Android phones. The tech giant has proved this with the launch of Android GO, yet-to-be-released Files Go, and now, they want to reduce size of inactive apps on phones running Android 8.1 Oreo.

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Despite the fact that most OEMs now produces phones with bigger memory space, the need of this feature cannot be over-emphasized. Take a look at the size of your Facebook app, Snapchat, Google map and others, they are huge memory draining apps. And if you have these kinds of applications, coupled with other files, the inbuilt 16GB/32GB ROM—for a mid-range device—won't be enough.

The latest commit in Android’s AOSP framework mentions a new feature that would automatically flag apps as “inactive” and deprioritizes the generation of cache files for the particular app. Android will only consider an app as “inactive” if it hasn’t been recently used in the foreground and the app package isn’t being used by another app package in the background.

There would be no cache files generated for apps marked as inactive, thus improving storage space. Meanwhile, this feature might take a year—or two—to hit the general public, as so many smartphone makers are still in the testing stages of Android Oreo 8, talk more of version 8.1.

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