This is a guest post featuring information brought to you by expert Android application developers and programmers.
For many people, iPhone is the device of show off. It persuades them to stand in line for hours and even for days when a new one is released.
For other users, Android is a preferred choice; however, its openness makes it a juicy target for attackers who can hack the device, steal private information, and even slow it down.
But with little effort, anyone can add desired speed and productivity to an Android phone or tablet. Here are ways to do this:
Use a Better Android Browser
If you want a better browser, we suggest Opera Mini because of its cloud engine that compresses the data as much as 90%. So when you use Opera Mini, the pages showing up on it are already optimized by a cloud engine. It also has advanced privacy features including automatically clearing of passwords, cookies and browsing history. If you want support for Flash and 3D graphics then you can use Opera Mobile instead.
Get an Android Optimizer
You can also use an Android Optimizer that lets you kill the apps running in the background that are sucking battery and exhausting CPU without your permission. You can also set a monthly data limit and monitor how much data you have downloaded so far.
Preserve Your Android Battery
If your battery drains more quickly than expected there may be something fishy in your mobile. There are apps which you can use to manage battery power with an Android Battery Saver so you don’t find your mobile phone discharged when you really need it. If you don’t need auto sync options, you can also turn off the auto sync function. That can save around 10% battery power. Switching of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth will do the same.
Uninstall Anroid Apps You Never Use
Many times you just hangout on Google Play and download some apps. But you know that you hardly use them. If you do never use these apps, better option is to uninstall them.
Save Most Android Apps on Your SD Card
Internal memory in mobile device remains limited. It provides sufficient space for the OS to function properly. Some apps use internal drive space to save data quickly, but if the data fills the entire memory then it can also slow down the device. Try to shift all your apps to your SD card.
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