Photos and videos that are backed up to google drive can be deleted from your phone to save storage. But deleting from the phone deletes them from google drive too. This post teaches you to delete only the device copy.
Google Drive provides 15GB of free storage. If you are running out of space, which files should you delete to free-up space? This post helps you decide.
Most Android phones come with Gmail app pre-installed in them. You can use the Gmail app to access any other email services like Yahoo, Outlook etc., that support POP/IMAP.
Action Confirmations in Gmail's Android app show you a popup asking you to confirm when you send, archive or delete messages. Even if you accidentally touch the 'send' button, the message will not be sent unless you confirm.
Google Text-To-Speech is a screenreader application that reads aloud text. Many apps are integrated with this built-in Android feature.
Sometimes, you wish you were not part of a long email conversation with a lot of replies. You can either ask to be removed from the conversation or simply 'mute' it.
Screenlocks protect data stored in your phone from unscrupulous people. But what if they insert the SIM card into another phone? SIM cards contain text messages, phone contacts and call history. In addition to a screenlock, use a SIM card lock to protect your SIM data.
Text correction in Android predicts words while you are typing and also the next words. It can also auto-capitalize the first word of every sentence. You can switch ON/OFF some features contained in Android's Text correction. This post shows you to do so with the 'Gboard' keyboard app which has been recently made the default keyboard app in Android.
You can let only important calls and notifications to disturb you using Android's 'Priority Only' mode. Priority mode keeps your phone silent when the calls and notifications are not important. This post shows you to use Priority mode in Android Marshmallow. For Priority mode in Android Lollipop, read this.
Resource intensive processes can slow down a Chrome browser. You can use the Chrome browser's Task Manager to check which one is using up a lot of resources and end it.