There is 23GB of 'other' space unaccounted for. Also when I watch iTunes videos i purchased (just clicking the video to start streaming, not clicking the iCloud icon to download it first) the video is stored on my iPad as 'video' storage without the ability to delete it. I'd rather not explore the reset-restore-rejailbreak-retweak-reupload route to see if it helps. So I want to know if there is a file explorer tweak that determines the usage space of each app and its metadata (settings > usage tells me Im using 100GB but adding up all the apps listed only adds to about 50GB) with the ability to delete. Or better yet, if there is a cleaner tweak that is compatible with iOS 8. Any suggestions on tweak appreciated. Solutions: Ran iCleaner, cleared up 2GB of my "other" storage and I think i found the location of all of these streamed videos from iTunes: var/mobile/Media/CloudAssets. Found and deleted about 16GB of files. Now my other section is 8GB instead of 23GB! Im very content with the 1/3 reduction. Now Im just curious to find out what the other 8 is taking up since that is still a pretty hefty amount NOTE: I used mobileTerminal and "find . -size +500M -print" code to identify files of over 500MB and their locations (you can enter "100M" for 100MB and so on). iFile to delete them.