It is good Netiquette to uninstall apps that you do not use. Do remove software you don't use.
Mobile devices have limited memory because of their size. The memory is sometimes expandable by a card. Some mobile apps, including Facebook, can be run from a MicroSD card, most cannot.
The amount of free memory available in mobile devices affects their performance. The more free memory a mobile device has, the faster it can perform tasks because the processor uses memory to execute code. It is free to execute more code faster the more free memory there is.
Use it or lose it. That is a popular saying that can be applied to mobile apps. It means use them or uninstall them. People often download and install apps that they do not use long after installation. People quit using mobile apps for many reasons. Sometimes they conquer a game and keep it installed. There are many situations where apps become obsolete.
Uninstall unnecessary apps because it increases device performance.
Published on May 15, 2015 | 0:35 Seconds | Science and Technology
An overview of Mobile Netiquette. Key terms and graphics that correspond to explanations