Android stories will guide you how to manage your android phones.Keep reading and bcoz reading about android apps is fun..
I finally upgraded my phone, I got a Samsung Moment – an Android and it was delivered yesterday. I opened the packaging as fast as I could. This phone looks really cool! I put the battery in and plug it in to charge. After an hour I couldn’t wait! I wanted my new phone now! So I unplugged it and turned it on. It goes through activation and gets itself all set up, and I start using it.
Touch screen with icons just like your computer. The screen slides side to side to give you 3 screens to organize your favorite icons. You can even get applications that allow you to set up “themes on your phone.
Now, when I checked the battery meter before I started playing with the phone, it had a 90% charge on it. I was only playing with it for less than 1 hour and the battery was almost dead. So I put it back on the charger and let it fully charge.
For two days I needed to charge my battery 3 times a day, I was getting very frustrated. I finally called customer service and they tell me I must have a defective phone, they will ship me a new one right out.
So I wait 4 more days and go through this all over again. Now I’m really frustrated. I call customer service again. This time I speak with someone that actually has an Android, and she tells me to go to the market and download a task-killer. She told me that when you activate these phones EVERYTHING is on – WIFI, GPS, etc. When all of these cool little gadgets are on, your battery life is close to nothing. If you don’t install this handy app your droid will be plugged in and charging more than it will be useful.
I highly recommend downloading an anti-virus also. Just like your computer, your phone can get a virus from the internet. Unfortunately, removing a virus from your phone is going to cost a lot more than the computer would.
The market has so many free applications that the only problem you should have is deciding which ones you want. The commercials are right, if you can use it = it’s in the market for Android. There are applications, games, and gadgets that you can install on your phone. Just about anything you can think of. If you can’t find it in the free applications, then try the applications that you can purchase and download usually small costs.
Need to view that document your boss just emailed you? Get an application for your phone.
Want to keep up with your Facebook or Twitter accounts? Do it from your phone.
Need a flashlight or a compass? More applications for your phone.
The only thing this thing doesn’t do is clean house. LOL
Just remember, no matter what you load onto your phone, get a task-killer and an anti-virus. Your phone will be a lot less frustrating if you use them.