Take Control of Your Phone’s Memory with SanDisk Memory Zone

SanDisk released an application into the Android Market today designed to help users better manage their phone’s memory.  The free app, SanDisk Memory Zone, makes it easy to maintain files stored locally or on memory cards and works in conjunction with a variety of cloud services.  Users can move files between memory card and phone as well as to and from places such as Dropbox, Box, Picasa, and more.  SanDisk Memory Zone allows for password protection so you can sleep well knowing your favorite pictures, videos, and other data are not shared or exposed.

Our favorite feature of the app is the simple graphic interface which breaks down just where it is your free space went.  One look and it’s easy to understand that you can’t download every single Justin Bieber picture in existence without it impacting performance and storage.   Aside from knowing exactly what type of files you have used, SanDisk Memory Zone also lets users visualize them by sorting by size.

Download SanDisk Memory Zone in the Android Market for free.  All you need is an Android device (tablets too!) running 2.2 and above.


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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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