People have to uninstall apps for more space when they run out of storage in smartphones.
By the way, due to the option to increase the storage in the phones, it is not a big problem, but not everyone is able to upgrade the storage of the phone.
But now Google has decided to make this issue a thing of the past.
Google has announced a new feature for Android phones that can reduce the storage of some apps by up to 60%.
This feature is called App Archiving and will be available sometime this year.
This means that instead of uninstalling an app completely, this feature will temporarily remove some parts of it and become a new type of Android package which will be named Archive APK.
This package will save the data until you have completely restored the app.
The company said that once launched, this feature will be very useful for both users and developers.
According to the company, instead of removing the app from the phone, users will be able to temporarily increase the space by putting it in the archive, while reactivating the app will be easier and faster.
Similarly, developers will benefit less from these installs.
This feature will only be available to developers first, after which it will be introduced to the general public