Is your Android device’s home screen packed with randomly arranged apps — including those you’ve never used before? A cluttered screen makes it difficult to find the app you want to use. One way to access these apps quicker is to organize them in folders, and this guide will show you how.
There’s a popular notion that adware only affects desktop computers and laptops. However, Android devices are just as vulnerable to adware as computers. If your devices are displaying unwanted ads at unusual times or are pausing for no apparent reason, you could be a victim of Android adware.
Location services or location tracking is a handy feature in your Android smartphone. Enabling it has some benefits; for instance, it makes it convenient for you to find the nearest gas station using Google Maps, allow navigation apps like Waze to calculate routes between destinations, or check in at places on Facebook.
Sleep is a must for business owners. You need a good night’s rest for you to efficiently run your business. Unfortunately, there are a lot of things that can keep you up at night, including the very tools you use for business such as your Android tablet.
Protecting your business data goes beyond securing your office computers and networks. Especially now that implementing remote and hybrid work environments is critical to business survival, you need to put up digital barriers around your company’s mobile devices to block malware and other threats.
Many people use at least two devices for work, usually switching between a computer and a smartphone or tablet. Google Chrome makes it easy for users to jump from one device to another and pick up where they left off using its sync-up feature for Android devices.
Android devices are known for their versatility, a quality that’s made possible not just by the sheer variety of applications they support, but also by the many accessories you can use with them. Knowing what these accessories can do will help you get more out of your Android device.
You can use Wi-Fi to transfer files between your Android phone and your PC or Mac, but it’s useless if your internet connection is unavailable or unstable. Thankfully, there’s another option: your trusty USB cable. Read on to find out how to use it to move files between devices without a hitch.