In this post, I am going to show to How to Delete Duplicate Files on Android with the help of Duplicate File Finder Android Application.
There were millions of people using an Android phone and this becomes a part of life now, you can forget everything but smartphone no.
Let’s come to the point without wasting time, we all are using sd card or internal storage to store the data in the android and sometimes using a cloud service for protecting precious data.
My point is these days everybody using a minimum 16gb of storage in SD Card, internal storage and cloud so it is hard to manage the data every day and if they decide to manage the all data one by one it takes too much and time is money as we all know that.
I am using internet whole day and I don’t know how many same application download how many time or taking from someone, for the name of cleaning I am using a junk cleaner which clears the cache and junk files from the device but I don’t have time to remove one by one those files exist in other 2-3 folders.
I am talking about an android application allows you to delete the same file exist multiple times.
You need to open the application and scan- any storage and this app will show you all the same files exist multiple times and you can select which you want to delete and delete it, how simple is this.
The revolutionary tool to explore, analyze, manage and clean your cloud and device storage.
Supported services are Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, BOX, and MEGA.
With this app you will be able to:
1 – See which files or folders are using most of your storage
2 – Know which categories you have the most (images, videos, etc)
3 – Find duplicates
4 – Know which files have been changed and when
5 – Search for files
You can also use Unclouded as a regular cloud file explorer.
All of this you can do while offline! You just have to sync the file list, and you’re good to go.
★ “Unclouded App Lets You See What’s Eating Up Your Cloud Storage” – TechCrunch
★ “Unclouded Is A Gorgeous Way To Manage Your Dropbox And Google Drive Space” – Android Police
★ “Use Unclouded to analyze storage in Dropbox and Google Drive” – c|net
★ “Unclouded Finds Out What’s Eating Your Google Drive and Dropbox Space” – Lifehacker.