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Lifehacker Android best apps
[May 25, 2015 – 07:21 am]
Lifehacker Android best apps

Installing apps is easy on Android. So easy that you can end up with a ton that you don’t need over time. Rather than tediously paging through every app to uninstall them one by one, we recommend Easy Uninstaller. This app allows you to uninstall several apps at once, sort them by size, and even clean up any junk files left behind. Platform: Android Price: Free Download Page Features Batch uninstall several apps at once Sort apps by storage space Clean up leftover junk files Track app usage to identify most and least-used apps Track battery usage to identify biggest battery…

Lifehacker free Android apps
[June 18, 2015 – 04:58 pm]
Lifehacker free Android apps

IOS/Android: Today, Microsoft announced a substantial shift to its Office strategy. The company has now made Word, Excel, and PowerPoint available for the iPhone. It s also announced a preview of Office for Android. And best of all, all the apps are now free. Previously, the full versions of the mobile Office apps were only available for the iPad. This move expands that suite to iPhones as well. You also don t need an Office 365 subscription to create or edit documents using the full apps. The subscription will, however, get you extra stuff like collaborative features, unlimited…

Android app Lifehacker
[October 4, 2015 – 11:35 am]
Android app Lifehacker

Some of the apps you use on a regular basis are worse for your phone than others. AVG has done some analysis and identified the worst offenders. Unsurprisingly, things like Facebook, Spotify, Netflix, and Amazon top the charts. AVG’s analysis looked at which apps negatively affect your phone’s performance. This takes into account drains on battery life, storage space, and mobile data usage. The worst offenders are a who’s who of apps that are probably on your phone. Big names like Facebook, Snapchat, Spotify, Netflix, Amazon, and Instagram all make the charts, sometimes more…