Like many iPhone users… I have too small of an iPhone and am constantly running out of disk space. I don’t actually have that much on the phone, but with only a 16GB storage (and a huge percentage of that going to the OS itself) I’m constantly battling against disk space usage.
Currently I am so low on space on my phone that I can’t even update some apps I have installed that are themselves not even that big…like Slack. The updates fail due to low disk space. I’ve already deleted pretty much all user content, keeping less than 5 or 10 pictures on my photos at any given time. I always use Nextcloud to offload the photos so I can keep my phone storage to a minimum.
But lately Nextcloud has grown to become the biggest consumer of space on my phone, using over 300MB for “Documents & Data”. I have the local cache disabled, and I go in periodically and say “delete cache” and clear out the log file, but that only reduces the usage by a few MB. Over time the space burden of Nextcloud keeps growing and growing and I don’t understand the need for the app to be storing ANYTHING on the phone aside from my login info.
Is there anything else I can do to make the app more storage efficient? Is this something that is on the developers’ roadmap at all?