When was the last time you looked at your phone? According to my site analytics there’s at least a 55% chance that the answer to that question is “right now.” But when was the last time you looked at all the stuff that’s on your phone? How many files do have you that downloaded (knowingly or unknowingly) that you needed to look at just once? What about that app you thought you’d use all the time that you haven’t used in months or years? The point is, we all have things cluttering up our phones that we don’t need.

Three Benefits of Cleaning Up Your Phone
It could run better without all of those little files that don’t need to be on it. Cumulatively, they could be hogging up a bunch of space on your phone.
Removes security risks. If you have some apps on your phone that you haven’t used in a long time, there’s good chance that you’ve forgotten what kinds of permissions you’ve granted it. And if it’s an app from a small developer, it might not even be supported anymore which means they’re not paying attention to permissions and security either.
Preserve your battery by removing apps that you don’t use that might be running in the background and eating away at your battery.

On a related note, last week I reminded you to do an audit of the add-ons you’ve installed in Google Forms, Docs, Slides, and Sheets. The reasons for doing that are similar to cleaning up your phone. Here’s my video on how to remove add-ons from Google Forms