By all means, you should get rid of “unnecessary” apps. Yes, those apps that disguise themselves as your friend, when in fact, they just want to do you harm, waiting for the right time to bog down your device in ways you cannot realize.
I guess it’s time you say to yourself “enough is enough” and get rid of these annoying apps today and stand a chance to enjoy your device more.
Here are types of apps you should get rid of under any circumstances
The question that Smartphone’s users always ask is, “why should I delete Apps?” well here are 4 reasons to why you should remove “unwanted” Apps.
- Hanging on to apps you don’t use make your disorganized, and it will be harder to locate the app you are looking for.
- Unwanted apps can add up and may even put a drain on your phone’s speed.
- Poorly written apps can suck system resource and bog down your phone.
- If you are not using a particular app, why give it a permission to access your data?
Clean Master or any cleaning app
At first, cleaning apps sound incredibly useful but a closer look shows that they could really do a lot of damage to your phone instead.
Clean master is not meant to increase your performance or battery life in any way.it claims to improve performance by optimizing device memory, cleaning junk files, managing the apps you installed, and providing complete protection against viruses while it does the contrary by leaving behind some cached data.
You don’t have to install a dedicated cleaner. Simply go to settings
> select storage >
and click cached data
> then click ok.
Battery savers app is nothing but a piece of malware in disguise claiming to offer the solution to Smartphone problems and promise miracles, but it is really trying to do is take advantage of poor battery life on Android. Also those cool animations and fancy speed graphs? Completely fake.
You can improve your Smartphone battery life by reducing energy demand from an operating system and all running apps.to do this Open your battery settings > locate the app with the highest consumption > and close it.
Other app errors can also be solved this way.
So-called “Antivirus” apps are unnecessary for the most
This might be a controversial one, but antivirus app only comes in handy when you are installing and downloading files found outside the play store.
Why need the ‘antivirus’ app since the play store and your android phone can already do what antivirus app can. Google confirms with play store if an app is hiding a malware while for theft protection, the Android phone works safely without an additional app. So unless you use your smartphone to make payments and hold private data, I really don’t see why you should bother to burden it with antivirus apps