Does your smartphone have lots of baggage in it? By that I mean have you got lots of photos, information and apps that you never view or use?
Not any more. I display apps by most used in app drawer, that way any not likely to get used have been deleted,
I regularly delete apps I don't use. I also delete unused free apps from iTunes.
I use every one of the 423 apps I have on my iPhone every day. I tend to pick things up to try and either never get time to do a real try or forget to delete them if they're marginal. I'm always deleting something just to get space for the next, but a real cleanup seems beyond me. The iPhone 5 I ordered has double the memory of my iPhone 4 but I expect that I'll fill that too.
As for photos, I don't have that many. And the information I have is stuff that I want to remember or do use occasionally. It's the apps that are my downfall/weakness.
Not really. Once the few photos I take have been uploaded to Dropbox, they come off the phone. I'm not an app hog - the apps I downloaded I use. If I download and app and it doesn't meet my purpose, it's immediately deleted. So no junk to speak of on my phone.
I remember the days where the space on our devices was around MBs and as so, I needed to convert everything, or just keep the essential. In this way I only had what I really needed - I even converted MP3 from 256 to 128/96 rates to save battery and space. All my videos were converted for the exact screen size and bit rate - even photos.
Now, with all those GBs available I don't pay attention to that. I just drag & drop. I have around 16GB of contents but I have no doubt that I could erase and perfectly get by with 4/5 GB.
I do a factory restore every 6 months to get rid of the junk. So normally around 280 apps will drop down to 200 - I am trying to be better this time around and it is working, but getting rid of apps once I have seen them and they don't work or when I have found the best app for the job.
Photos music video, books etc - regularly check update, delete transfer as necessary. I do keep some old pics and those are for family and friends - so I always have a photo album on me. I prefer not to rely on the cloud, just in case there is no connection - unusual but it does occur.