If you are crazy about apps and need all the coolest apps on your android device but there is one problem, your device has little internal memory space that you can barely install few of your favorite apps.
This problem is faced by most of Android users and there are some solution like either you can delete your existing apps to install new ones or set the install location of the apps to your SD card.
How to Move Apps from Internal Storage to SD card
To move an app to the SD card, open the Settings screen, tap Applications, and select Manage Applications. Select the app you want to move and tap the Move to SD card button on its details screen.
How To Install Apps Onto Your SD Card
By default, Android apps install to the internal storage but you can set the SD card as your default install location. This trick allows you to move almost any app to your SD card without rooting your Android device.
Here's what you will need to install Android Apps to SD card by default. Android 2.2 or later, you need to use ADB or Android Debug Bridge, Utility included Google's Android SDK.
1. Enable USB Debugging : To enable USB debugging, open the settings screen, tap applications, tick the option allow installation from unknown sources and select Development. Tap the USB Debugging checkbox to enable it.
This allows you to change the settings on your Android device from your computer.
2. Install the Android SDK : You'll need to download and install Google's Android SDK on your computer. If you don't already have Oracle's Java JDK installed on your computer, you have to download and install it from here.
After installing both Oracle's Java JDK and Google's Android SDK, launch the SDK manager from your start