Unbelievable cache size !!

SpiDeRBoY

Member
Hi . I found unbelievable cash folder size in app folder , about 400 MB after just a week !


Please do something for automatically delete of this folder !
For example add an option in setting menu in appyet.com for "delete cash images " after 2 days, 3 days and etc .

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appyet

Support Team Member
Staff member
All these cache are offline images, it will delete when article is deleted from app.

Do you prefer offline article view with image or prefer less cache size? We can make it configurable to disable offline image cache. It simply download all article images along with articles
 

SpiDeRBoY

Member
All these cache are offline images, it will delete when article is deleted from app.

Do you prefer offline article view with image or prefer less cache size? We can make it configurable to disable offline image cache. It simply download all article images along with articles
NO , offline article view is the best option of appyet !
But cache size should be reduce ...
It will be good if u put an option for clean image cache time automatically. Just like that option used for "clear read" and "clear unread" articles after some days...

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fuezen

New Member
All these cache are offline images, it will delete when article is deleted from app.

Do you prefer offline article view with image or prefer less cache size? We can make it configurable to disable offline image cache. It simply download all article images along with articles
I use opera max , it helps a lot to reduce image size and even maintain quality.



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joseph raphael

Well-Known Member
All these cache are offline images, it will delete when article is deleted from app.

Do you prefer offline article view with image or prefer less cache size? We can make it configurable to disable offline image cache. It simply download all article images along with articles
@appyet Can you please make the cleanup option configurable instead ? I mean set a clean-up period for each feed module not all at once.

thank you,
 
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