1.2 / November 16, 2014
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Description

SDCard Watcher is a tool to help you identifythe apps cluttering your storage with obscure directories.

Ever wanted to know which game created that strange savedirectory?

Unsure which directories are from uninstalled apps, and whichones you should still keep?

For appholics installing lots of apps, SDCard Watcher is aninvaluable tool to keeping the storage clean.

SDCard Watcher runs a background service that monitors theSDCard base directory (or any directory) for changes. When a newfile is added, it makes a note of what app was currently running inthe foreground at the time.

The background service utilizes the kernel's inotify feature,and therefore uses virtually no resources.

NOTE: Since the app can only identify what was running in theforeground at the time, it cannot correctly identify new files frombackground apps - instead the foreground app will be blamed.

NOTE: If the app doesn't seem to be detecting changes on thesdcard, try enabling notification icon in the settings to help keepthe service alive.

Source code now available!
https://github.com/desaster/sdcardwatcher

App Information SDCard Watcher

  • App Name
    SDCard Watcher
  • Package Name
    com.desaster.sdcardwatcher
  • Updated
    November 16, 2014
  • File Size
    59k
  • Requires Android
    Android 2.2 and up
  • Version
    1.2
  • Developer
    desaster
  • Installs
    5,000 - 10,000
  • Price
    Free
  • Category
    Tools
  • Developer
  • Google Play Link

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SDCard Watcher 1.2 APK
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SDCard Watcher is a tool to help you identifythe apps cluttering your storage with obscure directories.Ever wanted to know which game created that strange savedirectory?Unsure which directories are from uninstalled apps, and whichones you should still keep?For appholics installing lots of apps, SDCard Watcher is aninvaluable tool to keeping the storage clean.SDCard Watcher runs a background service that monitors theSDCard base directory (or any directory) for changes. When a newfile is added, it makes a note of what app was currently running inthe foreground at the time.The background service utilizes the kernel's inotify feature,and therefore uses virtually no resources.NOTE: Since the app can only identify what was running in theforeground at the time, it cannot correctly identify new files frombackground apps - instead the foreground app will be blamed.NOTE: If the app doesn't seem to be detecting changes on thesdcard, try enabling notification icon in the settings to help keepthe service alive.Source code now available!https://github.com/desaster/sdcardwatcher
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