If you can’t remember the last time you organized your phone, you’re not the only one. Our smartphones can look pretty chaotic and this can take a toll on their performance. But there are many simple ways to declutter them.
Deleting Old Contacts
Your contact list probably comes with dozens of numbers that you’ll never need, so there’s no harm in deleting them.
Organizing your apps should be the first step in decluttering your phone. Delete the ones that you’re not using, hide less frequently used apps, organize the ones that are left by task, and only keep the ones you use the most on your home screen.
Receiving countless notifications on your phone isn’t just messy, but also quite disturbing. That’s why it’s always a good idea to disable unnecessary notifications and this can give you peace of mind.
The easiest way to free up storage on your phone is to delete hundreds of useless photos in your phone. Delete the bad and repetitive ones, and consider copying the rest to your laptop to free up space.
Freeing Up Storage
After deleting unnecessary photos, focus on freeing up storage in general. If you have a habit of downloading music on your phone, opt for apps such as Spotify instead.