No matter what variant of iPhone you are using, whether it is 64GB or 128GB. At some point in time, you’ll be running out of storage. Then, you’ll go crazy looking for a way to delete things from Camera Roll, music files, and much more. What if I say that you might have many apps on your iPhone consuming a lot of your storage?
It’s not impossible to check storage space of each and every app, but it certainly is a tedious job. Well, the job could be easier if you have Jailbroken your iPhone. A new Cydia tweak called FAppSize lets you check storage space occupied by an app right from the Home Screen.
The tweak starts working instantly after you install it, without needing any major configuration done by you. The basic job of the tweak is to show you the size occupied by the app right from the Home Screen. The basic function shows you the installation size of the app, ignoring any other files or cache added to the app.
You can configure the tweak from preferences section under Settings. It is quite possible to change the displayed information. It means that you can configure the tweak to show additional files or cache created by the app, which is more accurate than the basic function. As of now, the tweak supports only iPhone with iOS 9.
Lastly, the tweak is completely free. So, better download it right away and start monitoring space occupied by your apps. Start deleting apps that you no longer need, but are consuming unnecessary space.
Price: Free | Repo: BigBoss