If you want to clear the cache for every app on your Android device, you normally have to clear them one at a time. With App Cache Cleaner, you can clear them all with a single tap.
Google Maps for iOS 2.0 is out and it brings with it an iPad version, along with the ability to cache maps for offline use.
One of my favorite Google Maps features -- the ability to save map data for offline viewing -- has been hidden away in the latest version.
"Offline cache mode" lets Google's browser load a saved version of a previously visited Web page. The cached version might be out of date, though.
This experimental feature helps you load Web sites when connection issues are present on either side.
Here are two easy ways to find the cached versions of Web pages when you're searching Google in your Chrome Web browser.
When troubleshooting network and Web connectivity, in addition to tackling browser caches and configurations, you might also consider refreshing your DNS cache.
If you're on the Android side of the smartphone fence, and your apps are giving you a bit of a headache by being slow or unresponsive, you might want to try clearing the cache.
The disk cache in OS X can sometimes use a fair amount of the system's RAM, and clearing it can help you figure out how much RAM your applications and system processes are using.