Your Android device is getting slower? With our simple tip you clean up the memory of your Android smartphone again.
As a rule, the operating system Android itself takes care of the administration of the active apps and thus ensures a regular utilization of the main memory. Memory, also called RAM (Random Access Memory), stores volatile data. If the memory is full, data that is no longer needed will be deleted automatically. A full memory is thus not problematic at first. However, if you find that your device is working disproportionately slowly, an app is no longer running smoothly or is constantly crashing, you should manually check the memory of individual apps and empty them if necessary. In our tips + tricks we show you how to do it.