The Apps No one will tell you are ruining your Phone’s memory

They will wreck your phone if you give them the chance

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Technically the age of I-phones and androids should make things a lot easier and less complicated but well, nothing is as simple in ‘easy’, especially when it concerns applications.

And dear people, these android apps will surely mess your phone’s storage and capacity if you don’t delete them, like right now.

These apps, they slow your phone down, make you feel small and insult your time just cause of your dedication to them.

So which are they?

You obviously need to do away with these apps to free up storage space and save up battery life, else you might be in the market for same phone but this time with a different face, again and for a considerably larger price.

Outdated Productivity Apps

Aren’t we all sentimental beings? We hold on to things we very much should have discarded just cause we feel so attached to them even though we don’t need them anymore.

These third party apps occupy phone memory even when getting Google Workspace apps saves a whole load of space on our phones compared to the third party ones.

So why keep them?

Overly Addictive Social Media Apps

Flashback to the 90s, and tell any everyday folk that one day they will choose being with their mobile phones over the company of real life people, they will think you smoked some pipe.

But in today’s world, everyone wants that piece of android called a phone or iphone and it’s so annoying.

It isn’t so much as the outward look itself that is attractive; of course, there is no denying it’s attractive, but it’s the one feature that ironically in the past would be seen as negative: the social media.

A lot of android phone users in the modern world, now crave these applications that it has now turned into a menace on their phones as they have a stockpile of them to satiate their addiction.

Please reduce them, you don’t need all of them cause they are consuming a lot of space that burns your phone.

Duplicate Apps That Perform the Same Functions

These apps are akin to lady dating a new guy while still keeping tabs on her ex. Crazy right?

They all have similar purposes in your lives, you either let go of one or keep one. It’s part of moving on and being less sentimental.

We keep a lot of browsers on our phones; the Mozillas, the Chromes, the Opera, the UCs, and they all basically serve same purpose; to surf the net. You either loose one or keep one.

You obviously need to do away with these apps to free up storage space and save up battery life, else you might be in the market for same phone but this time with a different face, again and for a considerably larger price.

Old Games You No Longer Play

They are the Snake Xenzias, the PES, the Angry Birds, the Pokemons, the Temple Runs, you name it.

You no longer play these games mainly because you no longer have the time or you’ve outgrown them, but for some reasons, you find it difficult to delete them from your phone.

There are a lot of memories attached with playing those games, but here’s the thing, those memories are slowing your phone’s memory. You choose which is more precious.

Apps You No Longer Use

We download apps for a reason: to learn, to scheme, to meet people and to be entertained.

If you’ve gotten your money’s worth, why not delete them afterwards?

These of course are the dating apps, the language learning apps and so on. You’ve met that boyfriend of yours from that dating app, you finally got serious and got married; happily but for some reason that app still lives on, in your phone.

If it doesn’t ruin your phone’s memory, it might your marriage.

You obviously need to do away with these apps to free up storage space and save up battery life, else you might be in the market for same phone but this time with a different face, again and for a considerably larger price.

 

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