Smartphones have become an important part of our lives, whether it’s for personal or professional purposes. Downloading media to devices rather than computers was practically unheard of, but nowadays it’s commonplace. Now that we mention it… where exactly do those files wind up going on an Android device? This week’s tip is all about how to find your downloads on an Android device.
With technologies like machine learning and artificial intelligence entering further into our daily lives, what was once science fiction is becoming fact – assisting our lives (which most would agree is better than threatening our lives). For this week’s tip, we’ll show you how to leverage machine learning in a very basic way: in the Android version of Gmail’s Smart Compose feature.
Mobile data is such a valuable resource. The more we use our phones for business and pleasure, the more data we use. The downside to mobile data is cost. Data plans are expensive and going one MB over your allotment can cost you a pretty penny. Luckily, users have options to help limit how much data their apps use. Today, we look at ways to minimize the amount of data you use on your Android phone.
With the Android OS available on a multitude of smartphones, with many costing under the $800 price-tag of the cheapest iPhone, the alternative to Apple is becoming more popular every day. If you’ve decided this is the time to ditch the iPhone and switch to Android, you’ll need to be aware of a few things to make the transition as smooth as possible. If only it were as easy as just turning on your new phone and going about your day.