We usually hear many compliments about iPhone and its system. But we completely enhance our Android phones by some intelligent ways below:

1. Install an Android optimizer

Apps such as Android Booster and Android Assistant give you the power to automatically kill apps that run in the background, gobbling up battery life and draining CPU. You can set a monthly data limit and monitor exactly how much data you’ve downloaded over 3G and 4G networks, and you can purge your cache, history, etc.

 

 2. Go to the Opera

One of the major benefits of using the popular browser Opera Mini is that its cloud engine compresses data by as much as 90 percent. It features tabbed browsing, support for widgets, and the ability to set advanced privacy features, such as the ability to automatically clear passwords, cookies, and browsing history. The advantage for Android users: the ability to use Opera Mobile instead of Opera Mini. Opera Mobile supports Flash and 3D graphics, has an HTML 5 engine, and has a device-side web rendering engine for higher fidelity browsing. It also allows you to access your camera from your browser.

 

 3. Conserve your battery

Nothing slows you down more than a dead battery. One advantage many Android smartphones have over iPhones is that you can swap out your battery. But proper power management can save you from that trouble. Apps like JuiceDefender and Battery Stretch help you regulate your power use. With more than 7 million downloads, JuiceDefender is the most popular of these apps. It offers three different profiles: Balanced, Aggressive, and Extreme.

 

4. Identify data hogs

If you constantly go over your data limits, an app like Android Assistant may not be enough. Sure, you will be alerted when you are nearing your limit, but what exactly is causing the problem? Is it Facebook, podcasting software, the MLB Gameday app? Who knows? Well, with Onavo you can find out. The main menu displays statistics on your data use over the prior month, and it fingers the apps hogging the most bandwidth. Many of these are obvious, such as any video or streaming app, but I was surprised to see how much data Google Calendar uses with its constant synching, and after consulting with Onavo, I decided to sync less frequently.

5. Tether your smartphone

So you’ve signed up for an expensive all-you-can-eat data plan, yet when you try to tether your laptop to your phone to use that 4G connection you paid a premium for, you are stymied. Carriers will try to charge you $20 or $30 a month for tethering privileges. If you are using your laptop for business, wouldn’t it be smarter to stay on a 4G network rather than connecting to an open Wi-Fi one? On an iPhone, tethering is often restricted by your carrier. On Android, tethering may technically violate your user license, but you can do it with apps like Clockworkmod’s Tether. Tether costs $4.99, but one stay in a hotel that still charges for Wi-Fi will make buying this app a no-brainer.

Source: www.infoworld.com/
 

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