Each quarter, Avast surveys which applications are most affecting the performance of Android phones. Taking advantage of the fact that we are living the time of year when we are committed to following some goals for the coming year, how about starting by uninstalling it in the bud?
We all know the importance of good performance on a smartphone, especially if we can't change handsets every year. It turns out that in many cases, which is causing system slowdown or even high power consumption neither the logo period of use of the device, but the applications we have installed on the device.
There are applications that can have a very negative impact on the performance of a mobile phone, and Avast offers us at least three lists that we can rely on to find the true performance basics. Some of them are heavy, others consume more memory and processor resources, and others simply suck all the juice out of the battery. Anyway, there are apps that should not be on your device.
I confess, from this list of games I do not have an application installed on my smartphone, but I have a cousin and yes, this one consumes a lot of energy from my smartphone. Candy Crush Soda is almost a necessary evil. I am at level 513 and it is becoming increasingly difficult to remove this app, because now I have missions and I am competing with a friend who has already reached level 1056.
- Puzzle & Dragons
- Line: Disney Tsum Tsum
- Clash royale
- Caso criminal
- Hay day
- Boom beach
- clash of clans
- Bubble Witch 2 Saga
- candy Crush Saga
- Words With Friends
The apps opened by the user
Snapchat, Spotify, Google Spreadsheet and The Guardian are on my smartphone and I use it often. Incidentally, after seeing this list, one of them will dance, because as I use Twitter a lot to inform me, The Guardian is no longer accessed so, so, new year, new life for my smartphone too.
- Free Books – Wattpad
- Amazon Shopping
- Clean Master
- Google Spreadsheets (Spreadsheet)
- The guardian
Apps that open by themselves
This topic is the most interesting of all, as it shows which are the villains that are hidden, sucking the energy of your Android. You may not notice, but when you receive notifications from Facebook or Messenger, your device features will be in use.
On my phone I have Facebook, Google Maps, and Facebook Messenger, for example, and one thing I can be sure of when my device overheats or lags, because one of these services is running in the background. As a result, I have disabled background notifications and updates for these apps.
- Google Maps
- Daily Mail Online
- Facebook page manager
- Facebook Messenger
And which of these apps do you have on your smartphone? Will remove or what they offer pay the drop in performance of the device?
. (tagsToTranslate) Apps That Affect Mobile Performance 2016