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Get All Your Storage Stats Needs For Your Transformer Thanks To StorageEther
Many of the apps and widgets that we are so used to on Android may or may not have made their way into the tablet version of the OS. One that is not as common for the Honey bee is the kind of widgets that provide you with information regarding your storage situation. We are happy to say that XDA member alias_neo is releasing not the first but the second version of his app, StorageEther. If you hate having to go through the settings menu in order to determine if you will be able to save that movie on your storage card or not. It will also provide you with color coded stats for the different storage devices on your tab. It was originally posted in the Xoom forums but the dev claims that it should work on others such as the Asus Eee Transformer.
The Feb is looking for feedback on his latest beta before releasing it to the market. So, if you needed a widget/app like this one and want to take it for a spin, make sure that you leave a few words for the dev.
An application and widget for Android Honeycomb. It is an informational App/Widget that will give information on space usage for your internal storage and SD card
You can find more information in the application thread.
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