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11 Awesome Storage Hacks To Make Sure Your Phone Never Runs Out Of Space

11 Awesome Storage Hacks To Make Sure Your Phone Never Runs Out Of Space
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It makes you think that you just received a message from a friend, but then you see that it is a notification from your phone screaming that the storage is full. This is much of a problem, since as the quality of our images and videos gets enhanced, the space they take up increases, too. And who doesn't love to take numerous pictures of self and others? So, here are some cool and handy ways to come out of this quagmire-

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Photos are the real issue

Photos are the real issue

Believe it or not, photos are to be blamed for this traffic jam in your phone. So, first we see the online photo storage options that you may use.

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1. Google photos

1. Google photos
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There are two sizes, high quality for unlimited storage, and original storage for limited storage. Also, this with one hell of a facial recognition feature.

2. Amazon Prime Photos

2. Amazon Prime Photos
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If you have a subscription for Amazon prime, then you also have an unlimited photo storage and a 5 GB video storage. USE it!

3. ShoeBox application

3. ShoeBox application
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This beautiful application offers unlimited backup to its phone and desktop application for photos. The free resolution is 10.6 megapixels, which means that higher resolutions will be compressed. To keep them as it is, you need the paid pro version.

4. Flickr for android, IOS, web

4. Flickr for android, IOS, web
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This app offers 1,000 GB of free storage, and the photo file limit is 200 GB. It also comes with an auto-upload option, so that you can do it once, and forget about it then.

5. Manage storage (iPhone)

5. Manage storage (iPhone)
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Delete and install again the applications with large amount of Documents and Data.

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6. Delete burst photos (iPhone)

6. Delete burst photos (iPhone)
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Open the Photos app > Albums > Burst > tap Select > tap the best photo > Done > Keep Only 1 Favorite.

7. Disallow notifications for applications (iPhone)

7. Disallow notifications for applications (iPhone)
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Turn off as many applications' notifications as possible.

8. Delete old backups from iCloud (iPhone)

8. Delete old backups from iCloud (iPhone)
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Probably your iCloud is storing backups from old devices. So clear them to free up space.

Clear cached data (Android)

Clear cached data (Android)
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Go to the settings option and look which application is taking up the most space. Go to that application in the list, and clear the cached data.

External hard drive or other storage media (Android)

External hard drive or other storage media (Android)
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A thumbdrive with a micro USB plug allows you to backup data, or store it there. SanDisk's application allows storage online, too.

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