If you’ve just picked up a new Android phone, then you might have noticed that there are already a fair few apps on it. Since you haven’t had a chance to connect to the Google Play Store to download your faves yet, you might be a little confused about these instant apps. This is what we call bloatware, and we’re going to be taking a look at what it is, why you might not want it, and how to get rid of it. So if you’re looking to improve your phone’s performance and free up some memory space, keep reading!
Mobile phone viruses are fairly similar to computer viruses in that they can steal or destroy your data, or even leave your device unusable. Fortunately, they’re not common, and they’re pretty easy to remove if you know how. That’s why today we’re looking at how you can identify and remove a virus from your Android phone. So, let’s get started…
Android has been a wonderful addition to the smartphone industry, improving by the day they’ve taken on Apple and added some much-needed competition to the marketplace. There are many Android phones that easily fall into the category of “standouts”. But we all know that. There are tens of thousands of articles on the internet that talk about the best Android phones.
We have come up with something different. Let’s take a look into the dark side and see what the worst Android phones from the lower side of the shelf look like – and here’s a little spoiler; there are some real nightmare phones down here and go down as classics for all the wrong reasons. Brace yourself.