With so many Android apps now able to install themselves to your microSD card — or at least store application data on it — it’s not hard to fritter away a few megabytes or even gigabytes in a hurry. That’s why it’s a good idea to have a few apps installed to help you keep an eye on your storage media and let you know where excess bits can be trimmed.

Grid Size is one option worth taking for a test drive. It works a bit like desktop drive space analyzers like  Space Sniffer or WinDirStat. Fire up Grid Size and give it a few moments to analyze the contents of your device, and it’ll show you which files and folders are eating up your valuable storage. Both a graphical view and text listing are available, and since Grid Size is a file manager app as well you can move or delete files as you hunt for space hogs.

It’s a free download and is compatible with devices running Android 2.0 or better.

via Gotta Be Mobile and xda-developers

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