I'm using a Samsung Galaxy fit GTS5670 running on Android 2.3.6. After installing Whatsapp Messenger of 13.36 MB, it was installed to phone memory. I got a total of 180 MB internal storage, and just 3.3 MB left.

Is there any way to move Whatsapp from phone memory to SDCard?

  • possible duplicate of How can I store Android apps on my SD card?
    – Lie Ryan
    Commented Dec 4, 2014 at 17:03
  • Not quite. Topic matches, but on a quick glance I miss the crucial argument there: WA uses GCM, and for that probably requires to be notified on BOOT_COMPLETED – which doesn't work when installed on SD card (at least not in GB – not sure whether that changed with KK/LP). // Recommended reading: our app2sd tag-wiki (I've just added that tag to the question).
    – Izzy
    Commented Dec 8, 2014 at 16:49

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The newer Android versions already support moving the app from internal SD to an external. It should be in Settings->Applications->Manage Applications.

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