If you don’t have an unlimited data plan for your Android device, uncontrolled download habits will result in a slower connection, poor battery life, and higher bills. But did you know that you can reduce your data consumption without affecting your mobile experience? Follow these handy tips.
Fast internet connections and smart mobile technologies continue to offer SMBs more opportunities for reaching customers and clients. One of the most recent innovations is live video streaming, an inexpensive and convenient way to increase your business value and diversify your services portfolio.
Letting data consumption go unchecked on mobile devices can cause serious problems. It can mean slower connections, decreased battery life, and expensive fees -- things you want to avoid. Here are some tips to help you use less data on an Android phone.
You don't need to be an economist to understand the issue of scarcity when it comes to the storage space on your Android device. This is even more true if you own a one that has lower space storage. With this in mind, we have come up with 6 ways to free up storage space so you can make the most out of what you already have.
Not long ago, uploading a video to the internet was still a new and novel concept, but now we have access to multiple services for live video streaming. Most of these are free and offer great opportunities for increasing your visibility with little to no investment.
What happens when the data well runs dry? Your 2, 3 or 4 gig plan is out, and then what? While you’d probably rather not think about it, we all know you’re either forced to use a slower connection or connect to the Internet through Wi-Fi. Certainly this is not the worse thing that could happen to you, but for many Android phone users it’s a scenario you want to avoid at all costs.
As a small business owner, you only have so many hours in the day, and managing your social media accounts is likely at the bottom of your to-do list. But while it can be easy to simply put off those social media updates, you know in the back of your mind your business can surely benefit from them.
How’s your website doing? For a lot of business owners, the answer is simply up and running. While having a website is a good start, it must also be appealing to visitors. A poorly designed website can drive away both potential and current customers who don’t want to be associated with a brand that doesn’t present itself well online.