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  1. I hope they do, but many app developers will blame it on the limitations of the phone without checking what version of Android we have. It was a problem with Kit Kat, they'll say, but then I upgraded to Lollipop and little changed. I have so many apps that will store hundreds of MB of data on my 32 GB SD card, and I still have upwards of 24GB left. My phone has only 8 GB and more than half of that is dedicated to the Android OS. I guess I just need a new phone.
  2. Thank ou, David. I will look, I know 90MB isn't huge, but I'm having a hard time deleting games that I spent money on, and that need to be checked in every day. I need a new phone, really. I will try signing out though. Thanks
  3. Good morning, I use Evernote as a sort of bookmark/note-taking powerhouse. I've moved the app to the SD card, and right now the app storage is as follows: Total - 143MB App - 25.69MB App on SD Card - 26.44MB Data - 90.59MB Data on SD Card - 780Kb It seems like moving it to the SD card hasn't really freed up any space at all. I have other cloud-based note apps and they take up very little space and the little app data is almost all on my SD card. I'm sure it's that high because I "add to Evernote" multiple web pages a day, but I don't have multiple accounts, I rarely open the app on my phone. I mostly use it for sharing to "Add to Evernote" and sort/read them on my laptop later. I'm running out of space on my phone and I'm wondering how much of that 90.59MB app data is backed up to the Evernote cloud? If I delete it, what will I permanently lose? Obviously I'll need to sign into my account again and fix my settings, but what will happen? I don't really care about data usage, because I'm usually on WiFi. If it's a matter of re-downloading notes to view them, I rarely view my notes on my Android device. Should I just go for it? It sounds like nothing, but 90MB would make such a difference on my phone right now.
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