Snapchat using much space on your device or want to troubleshoot? Here is how you can delete Snapchat Cache on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. A Quick guide to clear all media cache, text cache, or other caches in 1 minute.
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Snapchat is one of the popular applications in use by youngsters for sharing stories whatever they are doing. You can add text in different formats over the picture and send it to your friends, add to your story, or our stories section publicly so anyone can see this.
What is Snapchat Cache
When you are using Snapchat, it downloads some data which you don’t even notice and that data stores as cache on your device. This means Snapchat has downloaded some effects, frames, or something else which you are using commonly or repeatedly. So, you don’t have to wait for download or load because it is already stored on your device.
Now if you are one who is facing Snapchat using much storage on your device and you want to delete that application data then the right way to do is clear Snapchat cache on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. Here’s a quick way how you can do this.
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Clear Snapchat Cache on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
Follow the steps on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to delete Snapchat cache in few clicks.
- On your iPhone, open Snapchat.
- Tap on Stories, top left corner, and then tap Settings gear.
- Go to Account Actions Tab > Clear Cache > Hit Clear All.
- To Clear All Cache, a confirmation will appear tap Clear again.
- Your Snapchat will quit now. Don’t panic.
That’s how you can easily clear all Snapchat cache on your iPhone. Do not worry, your saved chats and their images & videos are still there. So do not worry about that data that’s not a part of the cache. But if you can’t feel some good free space and noticing Snapchat is still taking more space then try deleting media within your chats.
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