How to use Once u open app and it lists all the apps on the "on phone" tab, u have to click on each app one at a time, it will then it will take u to a page where u can click move to SD card. If the option is greyed out, that means the app can't be moved to the SD card. Not all apps can be moved to the SD card. Before you go saying the app doesn't work or do what its supposed to, make sure your using it right!
Not very useful After installing, only took seconds to compile the lists of apps that can & cannot be moved as well what can be moved from SD card to phone. But like others said, doesn't allow you to actually do it. So I guess somewhat useful. I have an older Samsung Galaxy, I think a 1 or 2.
A bit confusing cause I've never done this before... The only options i get are the following: Open app, uninstall app, backup 2 SD, & details of app. So I just back them up to the SD which creates a folder in my storage folder but they aren't directly on the SD card so I guess I'll have to copy the whole folder & paste where it needs to be...
Too intrusive Thought ok first but now get useless notifications all time. Yesterday seven pop-ups saying I can move apps - but only five of them would go. (Option to move to sd card greyed out). Anyway, apps are a lot smaller than videos, pics and music which are really what want moving. Uninstalling.
Will not detect all movable apps! It's GUI is ok, but it will not detect all apps that can be moved to the SD card! Some are even listed in the system settings as transferable to the SD card, it's description is obviously a badly translated description and doesn't make much sense, this should have warned me that it was probably just written to gather info for marketing purposes! I don't mind apps that do this as long as they work & r up front about doing it! in short don't install this app it doesn't work. Try Android assistant or app to sd
A Fine App Ruined by Savage Ads Having praised this app in past postings, I now denounce its maker and will forthwith uninstall it. The ads have become so abrasive and even loud (high volume game software spots) that they are intolerable. Now, one is even forced to watch the commercials for many, long seconds before proceeding to shift any apps.