DiskUsage by Ivan Volosyuk is a small, lightweight app for managing disk space on Android devices. The app provides a way to find space-consuming files and directories by displaying diagrams of directories and subdirectories proportional to their size. Altogether, the app is under 400 kb in size, making it a very useful utility that consumes very little disk space.
DiskUsage's functionality is highly intuitive. Upon opening, the app presents the option to view disk space for either internal storage or an SD card. Total disk space is showed in a single column on the far left. The next column breaks that storage down into more detail by showing how much of that storage is going to specific apps, folders, pictures, music, etc. Clicking on the music section, for example, would then show how much space is going to each album, assuming your music is organized in such a manner. The columns expand or contract when clicked, making the information easily visible on a small screen.
A “SHOW” button in the top right corner of the app pulls up the app info for the selected diagram or opens a compatible file manager, such as Solid Explorer and OI File Manager. A search icon to the left allows a user to search for specific directories, making it easy to find out just how much space a recently purchased album or that last batch of photos is taking up.
The app is free and is not weighed down by any ads. Interested users can snatch up the app at the link below: