One of the best things about many Android phones is their support for adding extra storage space via SD cards.
While the obvious attraction of this is that it enables you to store more photos, videos and music on your handset, you can also move apps and games onto an SD Card – so you'll never have to worry about running out of storage space again.
How to move an app onto an SD card
1. Make sure you have an SD card installed. If you're buying one, check the maximum capacity your smartphone allows – you don't want to waste money on a 256GB card if your smartphone can only handle 64GB.
2. Open up Settings on your smartphone, scroll down to 'Apps' and tap on it.
3. Tap on the name of the app or game you want to move to the SD card. This will show you how much space the app is taking up on your phone. Depending on your phone, you may then have to tap on 'Storage' to bring up the 'Move to SD Card' option.
4. Click 'Move to SD Card' to begin the process.
5. If you want to move the app back from the SD card to your smartphone, go through steps 2 and 3 again, and tap on 'Move to Phone'.