By default, when you install any application on your Android device, it is saved on your internal storage. As we all know, Android devices comes in all price ranges and usually the ones that are from the lower tier, comes with low internal storage. That’s the reason many of you may face low storage error on your Android device.
However, you cannot move all the applications to your SD card until and unless you root your device. But that’s not the topic right now; we are talking about applications that can be moved. Obviously, you cannot open every application from apps manager and move them on by one. It will take too much time. For those of you who are looking for a simple way to move multiple applications with a single tap, give AppMgr III a try.
AppMgr III is not just an application to move applications to your SD card; it allows users to clear app cache and has a built-in application manager that helps users uninstall applications as well. To get started, you need to install AppMgr III from Google Play Store. When you launch the application for the first time, it will ask you if you want to clear the application cache. It will also show you all the applications that you can move from internal storage to SD card along with the applications that are installed on your system and SD card. Just tap on any application and move it to your external storage.
If you want, you can move all the applications with a single tap. Just tap on “three blocks icon” from the bottom and tap on Move All Apps.
From application settings, you can manage app launch tasks, export apps list to SD card and much more.
The application has a built-in app manager that can be used to open, uninstall and share the application with your friends.
The application can make the entire process simple and less time consuming. If you are facing low memory issue and want to move mass apps with a single tap, do give this application a try. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.