Android Task Killers: Just don't use them

Are android task killers a bane to your performance? The lesser-known truth revealed.

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12 Dangerous Android Apps You Need to Delete Immediately

Pay attention to the list of the most suspicious apps you may come across in Google Play. Delete them from your phone immediately to protect your personal data and extend the life of your phone.
Their creators promise the apps will optimize your device, extend the life of your battery and protect your phone from viruses. Some of them are even supposed to be lie detectors and defragmentation devices. In fact, all they give you is ads, and what they do is get access to your data and kill your battery. Considering the huge number of apps created every single day, not even Google can keep track and check the safety of all the new programs. So the security of your device mostly depends on you!

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TIMESTAMPS
Weather apps 0:43
Social media apps 1:31
Optimizers 2:02
Built-in browsers 2:32
Antivirus programs from unknown developers 3:01
Browsers with additional features 4:26
Apps for increasing your phone’s memory 5:43
Lie detectors 6:14
Defragmentation apps 7:00
Music Player 7:28
Battery Savers and Fast Charge apps 7:51
Wi-Fi apps 8:23

SUMMARY
-There was a weather app that allowed the bad guys to avoid two-step authentication and easily get access to banking information of those who installed it.
-Social media apps suck up so much of your device’s energy and kill the battery too.
-Optimizers don’t make your phone’s system faster, they just slow it down and bring you ads as an added bonus.
-Built-in browsers are mostly slow-working and don’t have any protection from data interception.
-Hackers create their own antivirus apps, which can steal users’ personal data and even completely block the phone.
-You have at least two reasons two delete browsers from your phone: they slow it down, and require access to most aspects of the system, so they can even manage your calls.
-You won’t get more memory than your phone had initially, but will provide memory apps with access to your data.
-Lie detector apps are about as useful as crystal balls, but they kill your battery and get access to your contacts and personal data.
-Defragmentation apps don’t work like promised. They can only analyze how much space certain programs take up, use your phone’s resources and collect your personal data.
-You will want to delete this app because it consumes tons of data since it’s full of ads and causes a massive drain of your battery.
-Battery savers and fast chargers can’t really change the speed of your gadget charging, but can give you endless apps even on lock screen.
-If you don’t want these apps to get access to all your data, avoid them at all costs.

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How to use an Android Smartphone (Part 1). [The Newbie Tutorials]

These tutorials are targeted for those who do not get along with technology.

Strictly for N00bs.

Part 2: Coming soon!

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Android L vs Android KitKat | Pocketnow

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Google recently released a Developer Preview of its latest version of Android: Android L. Though it’s not final code by any stretch of the imagination, we wanted to see how it compares to Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Hit play and see what we found out.

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Let’s make secret codes

Send secret messages in an easy way using this powerful technique!

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Krys Talk & Cole Sipe – Way Back Home
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