There are some simple yet highly effective ways through you can easily manage the storage on your iOS device. As for instance, clean up the app cache on your device from time to time to ensure apps done gobble up valuable space. Do you know that you can clear Dropbox cache as well on your iPhone?

Hidden deep inside the setting is the option to clean up the cache in Dropbox for iOS. When you clear the cache, some of your files might take a bit more time to load. But considering the benefit, it's worth flushing out the junk files. Your offline files won't be affected by this clean-up drive. Let me show you it works!

How to Clear Dropbox Cache on iPhone and iPad

How to Clear Dropbox Cache on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Open Dropbox on your iOS device.

Step #2. Now, you need to tap on the setting icon located at the top left-hand corner.

Tap on Gear Icon in Dropbox on iPhone

Step #3. Next, scroll down and tap on Clear Cache.

Tap on Clear Cache in Dropbox on iPhone

Step #4. Finally, tap on Clear Cache at the bottom to confirm.

Clear Dropbox Cache on iPhone and iPad

Note: You can also clear the Dropbox search history as well. It might help the app run a bit more smoothly. To do so, tap on Clear Search History (which is right above Clear Cache).

That's it!

The Bottom Line

Apart from cleaning up app cache, you can delete unnecessary photos, videos, messages to keep a lot of space available on your iPhone. There is also a way to free up plenty of space on iOS devices without deleting photos and videos.

Follow these posts to retrieve more storage on your iPhone: how to clear search history and website data in Safari, how to clear cache in Google Chrome, how to clear watch history in YouTube, and how to clear history in Snapchat.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya is our editor-in-chief and reviewer who takes care of iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate for wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.