Your photo roll ALWAYS fills up at the worst possible moment. You know that the "not enough storage" notification that is literally the worst?
You're not the only one who feels that way. A new app claims that 40 million people delete photos, videos and apps from their phones weekly to free up space. I mean, it's not a life-or-death matter, but it is pretty annoying.
The app with a much-needed solution is weirdly called IceCream, and it launched just a few weeks ago. The developers say that it can help you store 10 times more photos on your phone. That's a lot of selfies.
It works by pushing the high-resolution versions of your photos to the secure IceCream cloud, and saving a lower-res version to your phone (but it still looks fine!).
"The moment I missed capturing proposing to my wife due to the dreaded 'cannot take photo' alert, I knew I needed to solve this problem," said the app's founder, George Berkowski.
Oof...that sounds pretty awk.
The app notifies you when you are getting close to your storage limit, so you can make space before the "storage full" alert hits your phone. You can also share photos via private messages with your friends.
IceCream is free, so get it now, before bae spontaneously busts out his "Whip/Nae Nae" again.