5 Types of Apps You Shouldn't Use on Your Android Devices!

The following apps were useful when Android hadn't upgraded and were using a lower Operating System. That was about four to five years ago. Now that the Android can
manage itself, it is advisable that you uninstall or completely delete them from your Android decice now!

1. Battery Saver Apps

No battery saving app is good for our devices. Why? Well, the main reason is they don’t do what they say. Battery saver apps only drain your phone’s battery more by running in the background. Moreover, they will consume RAM and make your phone system a whole lot slower especially if you are running a low-end processor under the hood.
Let me tell you, battery saver apps actually do nothing to boost our device’s battery life. Why? The reason is simple they start to kill apps running in the background to prevent battery consumption. However, the point is useless because the apps will automatically reopen anyway. That is how the Android system works. The only way to increase battery life is to decrease the demand for energy by the Android OS and all the apps and services running in the background. This is impossible especially if you have no technical knowledge on how the Android system functions. Plus it will require root access.
So here is the question, is there any way to increase battery life? Well, possible solutions include removing battery savers and uninstalling the apps that you don’t need/use, this will surely spare you some extra battery life.

2. RAM Clearing/Memory Boosting Apps

Like battery savers, these apps are also totally useless. They not only consume RAM by running in the background but they also impact the battery life. This leads to slower performance and frustration to the user. RAM clearing apps Force-Stop the apps and services running in the background which again will re-open. This consumes RAM as well as battery and makes the operating system unstable. If you are a user who loves to do multi-tasking then you should uninstall these types of apps right away. Android has been built to manage itself and it knows what apps and services to run in the background.

3. Cleaner Apps

Cleaner apps are the only types of apps that work. However, you should make your choice correctly. Cleaner apps like Clean Master offer much more useless features other than cleaning. Not to mention the advertisements that can increase your data usage without a warning.
A Cleaner app is meant to clean cache. This can be beneficial if done once in a month but not more frequently than that. For example, let’s say you have a huge collection of pictures in Google Photos. They are all backed up in the cloud. Now open the app and scroll down. You will find that the pictures will be loading. After the photos have loaded, close the app. Open it again and scroll down. This time the pictures will load instantly. This is because of cache. Cache is basically an auxiliary memory through which high-speed data retrieval is possible. Now, reopen the app and scroll down but this time first clear the cache using your cleaner app. The pictures will take more time to load this time.
The above was an example related to Google Photos but actually, every app has some dedicated cache memory through which data can be accessed at high speed.

4. Antivirus Apps

Unlike PC, our Android device is a lot more safe and secure. Thanks to the developers at Google. Antivirus apps are useless as apps are generally downloaded from the Play Store. Google Play Store is a completely safe place to download the apps from.
Antivirus apps are only useful if one often downloads apps from external links that, is, other than the Google Play Store. Therefore, antivirus apps will be simply sitting in the app drawer, running in the background consuming both RAM and battery. Funny, isn't it?

5. Bloatware

Now, these apps can be of various types and I know not all of them can be uninstalled. However, they can be disabled.

To disable the Bloatware--

Open App Drawer» Settings» Apps» 3 Dots» Show System» Bloatware App» Disable/Uninstall.

The only reason to do this is that sometimes the manufacturer provides their own music or messaging app. However, we want to use something different. In this case, the pre-installed app will become a bloatware and just sit in the app drawer. Therefore, it is fine to disable them. Disabling an app will prevent it from consuming the device battery and the RAM.

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