You do not require specialized Zip apps to compress files in Android. It is a basic feature offered by most file managers. Let us see how it is done in some popular file managers.
'Hidden files' are files that exist on your Android but are not visible while exploring with a file manager. Hiding files prevents them from being accidentally deleted.
There are many bulk uninstall Android apps on Playstore. But the one that I prefer is ES File Explorer and Astro File Manager. These two apps are primarily file managers that do many more things.
Pushbullet app helps you see Android notifications on your Desktop screen. You don't have to reach for your mobile phone on every notification to view or dismiss it.
Normal deletion of files does not completely delete them from the device. Data recovery tools can undelete a deleted file. You can reduce the chances of your data falling into unscrupulous hands when you dispose of your device.
In Android, you can either change to a preloaded wallpaper or install any image from your device's storage.
Too many downloaded photos and other media files can make it difficult to find useful photos from the Photos app. You can use the .nomedia file to prevent an entire folder's media contents from showing up in the Photos app. It also prevents the accidental deletion of important photos.
There are many apps, games, movies and music that you can download using Google Play Store. But not all of them are safe for children. Google Play's Parental Controls helps prevent your kids from accessing mature content.
Though screenlocks provide a basic level of security, hackers can still use tools to access your data. Android encryption takes it a step further and scrambles data. The scrambled (encrypted) data is pretty much useless to a thief without the 'unlock' code to decrypt it.
In just a few steps you can schedule automatic backup of your Android data and files to the cloud. The phone needs to be connected to the internet regularly for the backups to automatically upload to the cloud.