Although the steps above walk you through the process of deleting data from individual apps installed on your Android phone, the process can get a bit overwhelming if you have too many apps installed or are doing it for the first time. time. If you want an easier solution, there are plenty of apps on the Google Play Store that help you clear cache on your Android device seamlessly in less than five steps.
I recommend using 1Tap Cleaner because it offers a simple user interface with easily visible actionable elements. Once this application is downloaded, you will have to press the Cache Cleaner button with a broom icon. This opens a page that lists and sorts all the apps installed on your smartphone in descending order based on the data cached by each app. You can select just a few apps to selectively clear the cache or tap the broom button at the bottom of the page to clear your Android phone’s cache entirely.
Before the process starts, the 1Tap Cleaner app opens a confirmation page telling you how much storage is free on your Android device and how much is used by data and cache using a pie chart. Tap the broom icon again. On the next page, uncheck Turbo mode for deep cleaning.
If you are doing this for the first time, you may be asked to allow accessibility settings for the 1Tap Cleaner app. Once this operation is completed, the process of deleting the cache of all applications will start automatically. Since Android no longer allows a single step to clear cache for all apps, 1Tap Cleaner will essentially automate cache clearing for each app on your phone individually. Take a relaxing drink as the process will take a few minutes. When done, you will see your smartphone cleared cache in megabytes (MB) or gigabytes (GB) depending on the previously stored cache.