Earlier this week, we published an article on the top hidden features on iPhones. To attain an equilibrum, here are some hidden Android features you must try.
Android phones have progressed to the point that some phones are superior to others in terms of speed, camera, or battery life. However, there are some hidden android features you may not be aware of. You must understand how to customize your smartphone to your preferences. Well, let’s get to it!
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Hidden Android Features
#1. Search For Your Phone
Make sure you trigger your phone’ s building track system so you can find it if you lose it.
To do this, Install the Google Find My Device app from playstore, then sign in to your Google account. Whenever your device is lost, get another android phone and repeat these steps but this time, you will sign in as a guest, then you will see your phone last or current location.
Note:- Make sure your Phone’s location is switched on
#2. Reduce Data Usage
Do you know that Background apps will drain your data when your phone’ s data consumption mode is turned off? Hereby making it difficult to surf the internet.
To fix this, Go to Settings, then Network and Internet. Simply switch on data saving mode when you’ re there.
#3. Project Your Phone
95% of modern Android phones have a casting mode that allows you to project them onto a projector using a Chromecast kit. It’ s easy to set up. Simply go to connected devices and pick cast or >>Click Here<< to see the Chromecast Set-up Guide.
#4. Notifications From The Snooze App
This will come in handy when you don’t need the notification at that time. Simply swipe on any notification you get and click on the clock icon, then you’ll be able to choose how long you want it to snooze for, such as 15 minutes, 20 minutes, 1 hour or 2 hour. When the timer runs out, the message appears once more.
#5. Chrome Flags
I’m sure a lot of you guys are not familiar with Chrome Flags. Chrome Flags are experimental Features that you can turn on on your chrome settings to give you a better chrome experience. Chrome flags work across all devices whether it is Windows, IOS or Android. To learn more about Chrome Flags, >Click here<