Do you wash your hands before you use your smart phone? No, it’s okay, don’t feel bad, no one does. The problem with this is that smart phones can be absolutely filthy, crawling with germs and bacteria that come from unwashed hands, or even lying around on tables or desks (or worse, from the toilet, those people who use their phones on the toilet know who they are!).
Giving your smart phone a solid clean should be at least a monthly occurrence. Not just because you want your phone to look awesome and shiny, but also because all those creepy crawlies on your mobile can give you skin conditions, ear infections, and might even make you sick. Fortunately, cleaning your phone is pretty easy. And today we’re going to be walking you through the process so that you’ll have a beautiful and hygienic smart phone.
Nearly everyone these days has a smartphone, but not all of us are taking full advantage of all the power we have in our hands. If you’re worried that you’re not making the most out of your pricey gadget, then today we’re looking at some of our favourite smartphone hacks. Everything from getting faster charging to how to save up that battery power when you’re running low, we’ve got you covered.
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. Brace yourself.
The way people pay for their mobile phone usage is constantly changing and one of the main exponents of that change is giffgaff – a new type of network that’s quite quirky in the sense they focus solely on SIM only deals and rather than a customer you’re treated as a member of the family.
There’s no high street presence, no phone support and in fact any questions or problems you have are answered by other giffgaff members in their dedicated support forums. The benefit of this? Less overheads which means they pass the cost savings onto the customer who get better deals, special perks and ultimately save money.