Cache files occupy the storage space of your Android smartphone. The more apps you use, the more information it will store. Apps store this information through temporary files. These temporary files on Android phones are called cache. The app collects user information based on your previous experience when you use an app a second time. That information matches the cache files.
Why clear cache? Cache files are very important. So there is no need to clear the cache all the time. But it should be done occasionally.
Clearing the cache increases the space of the phone temporarily.
Older cache files may be corrupted. This may cause problems with the app.
If an app has a problem updating. However, if you clear the cache, it is forced to update. Should the cache be cleared regularly? If you know the rules of cache clearing, it may seem like a clear rule. However, regular cache clearing should not be done at all.