AVG reveals apps that drains and slows your Android

AVG reveals apps that drains and slows your Android




AVG Technologies has recently released their Android App Performance Report for Q1 (January to March) 2015, showing a list of top battery, data and storage consuming apps on Android smartphones and tablets.

Below are the apps that have the most impact on your device. Games not included.

Now here are the top game apps that have the most impact on your device.


 

Facebook is one of the apps with the highest impact on the performance of your Android device as it runs automatically and constantly checks for updates and messages in the background. Spotify is also seen as the number one storage consuming app as it officially allows 3,333 songs to be stored locally. AVG advises to delete some offline songs, albums or playlist when you’re running out of storage.

According to AVG, the report was based from analyzed anonymous data from over one million AVG Android app users from January to March 2015.

For a more detailed report, hit the source link below.

source: AVG



This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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5 Responses

  1. Luke says:

    Or use Greenify even if you are not rooted and use whatever apps you want.

  2. bern says:

    Don’t install AVG if you don’t want to slow down you phone and drain your battery fast. Good info though.

  3. Gabs says:

    Don’t browse non-responsive, non-mobile friendly websites like Yugatech. This old school websites are the cause why Chrome browser eats your phone resources, display, cpu, storage and mobile data.

    • SunCell Subscriber says:

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Thanks for making my day!

    • Gabs says:

      Yun o.. Biglang naging responsive web design ang website ng Yugatech. Kaninang umaga old school yun e. Ngayon mobile-friendly na. Abay agad agad. Hahaha!

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