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Apps that can combine more than on service

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Eugene, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. Eugene

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    I've ran out of phone storage and have to start deleting some apps. I've started noticing that there are some apps that will let me do two things with one app, for example Seesmic can so twitter and google buzz so it could replace both (hopfully saving some space). Are there other apps that can do more than one service/social network that people are using? The only issue I see with seesmic is it lists both feeds seperate so I have to keep switching between the two, it would be nice if both were listed together.
     

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    The first thing I'd do is sort your downladed apps by size: Settings>Applications>Manage Applications>Filter-downloads & sort by size - (at least that's the menu on my Incredible) - or you can sort in AppBrain.
    Then, working your way down in size - see if you have redundant apps you're not using - like multiple launchers, browsers, multimedia streaming apps or something like Peep, Twidroid & Twitter. Some not-great games are big too.
    I'm not a big fan of multi-purpose apps like FriendStream - but that's just me ;-)

    PS - If I'm reading the forums correctly- I think that 2.2 is gonna address the low space issue(at least on HTC phones) - which I got when I had 6.25GB avail out of 6.6GB.
     
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    I've already uninstalled the biggest (google earth for example), I don't have a lot of redundant stuff so there isn;t much more I can kill off.
     
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    As long as you've got your apps sorted by size, clear out the cache on the larger ones - if that's not something you've done already. To ME 'larger ones' is anything over 1mb, smaller than that and I rarely go clean the cache on those.
     

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