Here are some smart ways of using your smartphones efficiently

By GizBot Bureau

    In our current generation, Smartphones have become a necessity in our life. With smartphone technology, you can do a lot of things including -- schedule appointments, manage tasks, and so much more.

    Here are some smart ways of using your smartphones efficiently


    However, today, we have compiled a list on how to use your smartphones more efficiently than you do right now.

    Control your TV

    These days lots of smartphones getting launched with Infra-red sensors, which helps you to control various home appliances including TV, AC and more.


    With Cloud, it is becoming easier to work on large scale documents without using up too much memory. Users can sync their Google Account and can work on documents using the Google Drive.


    Utilizing the phone calendar keeps you organized where all your important dates and information are synced to your phone. With this, users can keep track of all dates and meetings easily.

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    Voice assistance

    With voice assistance coming in almost all the phones nowadays, you can turn on the GPS, make entries on the calendar and task list, dial a phone number, write an email, by your voice command.

    Disable useless apps

    You might have some apps, that you won't use often on your smartphones. In this case, you can disable the app from using your background memory. In order to disable the app, you go to application manager and tap on disable option.

    Cross platform apps

    If you love cross platform apps, you should have the Pushbullet app, which works well in connecting all your devices together. You can check or reply to WhatsApp messages, SMS, etc directly from your PC or can direct copy paste from your smartphone to PC.

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