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One Click to Free up Document & Data from iPhone

Nov. 23, 2015 09:10 am / Posted by Fitch to iOS Topics
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When you find your iPhone is running slower and slower, it is actually a signal reminding you to free up document & data from your iPhone so as to save more space on your iPhone. Here, first of all, document & data mainly refers to data coming from a variety of sources (including stock apps, third-party apps, cached data and even iCloud documents). Therefore, how to clear these files on your iPhone? The answer lies within the following part. Just check it out by yourself!

Firstly, as to stock apps, if you frequently use your iPhone, chances are that you may use a lot of stock apps like Safari, Messages and Music, Photos. When you are using these stock apps, some of these files will be saved on your iPhone, which are useless for you. For example, Safari app will give birth to Safari history, while downloading movies or videos will create download temp files. Therefore, to free up document & data on your iPhone, you need to clear the Safari history, downloaded temp files, app cookies, crash app logs and other cached data from your iPhone.

Secondly, when it comes to third-party apps, it may be a little bit difficult, since you can't locate data saved by third-party apps. On the iPhone, you can't distinguish the document and data saved by, say, Facebook app.

But, here you have two ways to clear your third-party application. Choice one is that uninstall the app and reinstall again. Since uninstalling it will remove all document & data within this Facebook app, while reinstalling it can allow you to freely use the practical application with the minimum storage space. Choice two is that you can delete the files stored within third-party application manually. For example, you can delete photos, messages, videos within your Facebook account.

Thirdly, as regards to iCloud document, you also have two options: clear them from iCloud manually; rely on third-party cleaner to free up documents&data from iCloud. For option one, you need to go to Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup and then tap on Manage Storage. After that, under Documents & Data, tap on each application. Now, tap on Edit from the top-left and then choose Delete All to remove all documents. For option two, you just need to use a professional cleaner like Vibosoft Free FoneClean for iOS (Mac) to clean up all documents & data from iPhone.

In general, this FREE yet powerful software can help you free up documents & data on your iPhone. With this software, all cached apps can be easily cleared from iPhone to save more space. This software can suits multiple types of files and all generations of iOS devices like iPhone, iPad and iPod. Best of all, this software have different versions for various users: Windows Version for iOS and Windows Version for Android. Now, just get the free trial version and give it a try by yourself:

User Guide: How to Operate FoneClean for iOS on Mac

1Connect iPhone to Computer

After opening the installed software on the computer, you can connect your iPhone to the computer via the USB cord. Then you will see the below interface. Just choose the "Quick Clean" option to continue the process.

2Select&Preview Files from iPhone

Now, you will see the below interface. Different file folders are arranged on the main interface, including app caches, app temp files and other cached data. You can click the "Start Scan" option to scan the files.

3Free up Document & Data from iPhone

In this step, you can choose the files that you want to delete from your iPhone. And then tap on the option of "Clean" to clear documents & data from iPhone. Then all unwanted files will be removed from your iPhone and free space will be saved on your iPhone.

If you are looking for a way to free up document & data from your iPhone, then this could be your best choice. Just click the below icon and get this FREE software to do it!



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