Many Android users have encountered this situation: you try to install an application from the Play Store, and then the system informs you that there is not enough memory to complete the installation. Older versions of the Android operating system allow you to move certain (third-party) apps to your SD card to save space on your internal memory. However, starting with Android 6.0, Google removed this feature, so all apps now stay in the internal memory.
Many cell phone users like to install many apps on their devices, and, of course, all of these apps take up a fair amount of memory space. Perhaps the internal memory of your device is exhausted and the Google Play Store cannot install new apps on your phone. There are ways to solve this problem and install new applications.