Clear all apps data from your Android device in one shot or you can select one or more packages to remove their cached and app data.
Here is why and when to use this app:
As you use applications, they start storing files for reference later.
These files are stored in an app "cache."
For instance: When you're using an Android app, it'll save images and other pieces of the stories you've read so that they don't have to be downloaded each and every single time the app needs them. This saves you time and data.
But maybe you want to clear an app's cached data, either to regain some used space or to try to fix a misbehaving app. This is where you can do it. Just tap into the app, and then tap the "Clear cache" button.
The next time you use the app it will download everything it needs from the internet like it did the first time you used it. Clearing cached data does not clear other data like logins or saved games.
This often fixes things, especially when an app pulls its content from a website that always changing and adding more content.