Android Authority reports that the feature is in the code for the latest Android 14 beta. Like the iOS app offloading feature, it reportedly lets users delete an app but save the app’s data for later, and it works whether the app is from Google Play or not.
At the moment, Android only auto-archives apps that haven’t been used in a while, and only for Google Play apps.
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