I bought the 16GB Galaxy S4 when it was launched, and I recently found out it only offers 9GB of internal storage for any apps I download. A friend of mine told me I could move some of my games to the a microSD card, but I don't know how. Is this true, and if it is, how do I move my apps to the SD card?
You can store some apps on the microSD card, here's how,
There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the internal storage of the Galaxy S4. There is around 9.5 gigabytes available for storing apps, photos, music and other user added content on the 16GB international model, and around 8.8GB on the various carrier-branded U.S. models. In response to the controversy, Samsung resurrected an old Android 2.2 feature which allows you to move some apps to the SD card to free up space. However, developers have to allow an app to utilize this feature, and a lot of popular apps don't support it.
How to move your apps to the SD card on the GS4:
Of course you need a microSD card for this to work (the Galaxy S4 supports up to 64GB of external storage). Once the card is installed navigate to Settings > Application manager > On SD card. There will be a list of apps that can be moved to the microSD card. If the app you want to move is not listed, it can't be moved. Once you locate the app you want to move, tap it to open the app info screen, and tap the "Move to SD card" button. This will move the app and free up some internal storage.