One of the most common problems with storage is that users install games and unnecessary applications on their devices. These consume a lot of storage space. This may mean your ebooks may not be able to download and can result in your device becoming slow and unresponsive.
Note: The Snapplify Reader will always install on the internal storage and the books will download on the internal storage of your device. Neither the app nor the ebooks you download are installed on or moved to the SD Card.
The process of managing and checking your internal storage on Android devices may differ slightly from device to device. The steps below are general steps to follow:
Here you will see a detailed description of how storage on the device is being consumed. To clear storage, we recommend the following:
Checking and managing storage on your Chromebook is easy following the steps below:
Here, you will see how much storage space is left on your device, and how much space is being used by the following:
Usually, you will have enough storage on your Chromebook, but should you run low, we recommend doing the following:
On iOS devices, the way to check and manage internal storage is easy:
Here you'll see a list of your apps, and how much storage each one of them uses. For more information about its usage, tap the app on the list. We recommend the following to ensure your device is running optimally:
To check and manage your storage on macOS quickly and simply:
Here you’ll see categories that contain the various files on your Mac, such as Photos, Movies, Apps, or Audio. The colours in the bar represent various categories of files on your Mac, and white space represents free storage space.
Tip: If your Mac has more than one user account, you’ll see file categories for the user you’re currently logged in as.
Should you be running low on storage, we recommend that you:
Check and manage your storage on Windows using these steps:
Here you will see categories that contain the various files on your PC. We recommend managing your Apps and Games, Documents, Other and Temp Files, and removing files that you don't need.