Battery life is hardly the most impressive feature of today’s most popular smartphones. For enthusiasts like you and me, there really isn’t any smartphone that can come off the charger in the morning and make it through the night to be useable the next work day. And so, until the next revolution in battery technology comes along, it’s best to work on conserving as much battery life as possible without losing features that make your smartphone smart.
Do you want to store music in the cloud and have access to your songs, videos and entire media library from any computer, any phone or any tablet? Check out this guide which compares the features and cons of different cloud storage providers and choose the one which meets your requirements.
Whether you live somewhere without 4G coverage, you live in a bad coverage zone, or you just want to conserve some battery life, it’s extremely simple to disable 4G / LTE on the new 3rd generation iPad and switch to 3G instead, which uses less battery life.
For users who think that Windows Search is too fuzzy and unsatisfactory, there is an easier solution: Instant File Search Professional. Introduced as a simple local search engine capable to track files according to: name size extension creation modification date the program is quite modest in sizes with only 618KB executable.
If there’s one thing where Android really excels, it’s in its ability to be customized by the user in ways iOS users can’t even fathom. This isn’t a flame bait statement, it’s actually based on ground realities.
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