Android secrets and hacks you need to know about
Android is the most popular and versatile operating system for smartphones these days. This is also evident through the fact that it accounts for more than 80% shares of sales in the smartphone market. The main reason behind this is because Android devices are flexible and highly customizable.
Below are 4 of the most fascinating features of Android:
1.The simple way to save your battery power
We all know that It’s tough to just exist without a smartphone these days. I mean, so much of our lives are contained inside these smart devices.This is the reason why we don’t want them running out of battery.
Below is what you can do right now to boost your smartphone’s battery life:
Choose a black or simple dark background for your screen, and you’ll notice that the automatic pixel highlighting will turn off.You will also you’ll notice that your device will keep its charge for much longer.
The unfortunate part is that this feature isn’t available for all Android devices yet.However, it’s already implemented on most Samsung smartphones and tablets. Try it out!
2. The Screen magnifier
This function helps you zoom or magnify to see your Android device’s screen better.
It is very helpful for people with poor eyesight.
The set-up is easy, you just go to Settings -> Accessibility -> Magnification gestures. Then you’ll be able to zoom in on any part of the display just by tapping it.
3. Turning on Guest Mode
The Guest mode function is very helpful in case you’d like to temporarily lend your smartphone to another person yet keep your personal data confidential.
All you need to do is swipe down from the top with two fingers. Touch the user icon on the upper right. The Add guest icon will then appear, and you’ll be able to choose which actions do you allow the person handling your smartphone to do on it.
The text to speech function allows you to listen to your smartphone’s incoming information rather than seeing it.
Not only can you read this article but you can also listen to it if you have an Android device. So, if you are one of those people who prefer to hear incoming information rather than see it, then this is for you.
All you need to do is go to Settings -> Accessibility and turn on the Text-to-Speech Output option.