So I recently moved from an Android phone to an iPhone 5c. One of my favorite features of Android was the ability to store apps on the SD card. It's apparent that there's no solution like this for an iPhone, as iPhones don't have an SD card slot. My question, however, is what alternatives may exist to storing extra apps on my 5c. I've come to find out that apps alone are filling my device. Using iCloud, I can sync just about everything else wirelessly, but regardless, I still could use some more breathing room just for my apps. Is there any sort of cloud based solution for this, or anything else for that matter? I've hunted around but can't seem to find any definitive answers.
About the only option is to have all the apps you want on iTunes and load them onto your iPhone as desired. Of course you can't have them all at the same time because of your memory limitations but you could change sets for vacation or work for instance.
Or you can buy an iPhone with more memory.
Those are the only options Apple leaves you.
iOS does not have the concept of a file system for users to access in the first place. Even if you use a dock to USB / camera card adapter, the OS will read files from th storage and ingest them into the photo app.
Short of a jailbreak, you will not be able to extend the storage in an analogous manner to Android, OS X, Windows of other computer-like OS.