Smartphones of present day often tend to slow down soon after your purchase it. But don't worry it has nothing to do with the 'quality' of your smartphone.
Apparently the slowing down of a smartphone is very often due to certain unrestricted usage by their owners. These include installing a number of unnecessary apps, widgets etc. However, you needn't worry as you can soon speed up your smartphone by following these 5 easy steps.
The applications installed on your smartphone often store cache files on your device that enables them to open files and webpages in a jiffy. Cache files is especially manifested by internet browsers, so try to install only a single browser - you know you won't need them all!
In order to remove Cache all, you need to do is to go to Settings > General (in some phones) > Apps (also called Application Manager) > Select any random App. On clicking on the app, you will encounter a screen where the details of the apps regarding stored memory, cache memory etc are shown. Apart from that there will be two options - Force Stop and Clear Cache. Just the select the latter!
Often than not, your smartphone is clogged by a number of apps and many of them aren't even used. So without further ado, get rid of those useless apps. In fact, you mayn't even be aware that this app is present in your smartphone.
To get rid of these apps all you need to do is to go to the Settings > General > Apps > Random App > Uninstall.
While you may love those widgets on your home screen, it's worth noting that those responsible for clogging the RAM on your smartphone. Apparently those stunning visuals and animations of these widget is responsible for slowing down your smartphone. You can simply press down on any widget on the home screen and move it towards the Recycle Bin button on the top right or bottom right of your smartphone.
Do heavily game on your smartphone? If so, you are recommended to force stop apps directly from the Application Manager option on your smartphone to improve performance. Often these heavy graphics intensive apps keep eating your smartphone resources even in the background. All you need to do is to go to Settings > General > Apps > Real Racing/Asphalt 8 etc. and click on Force Stop.