• By Robert Pewter
  • 12-Sep-2016

How To Move Apps To SD Card On Android

Apps will quickly fill your Android’s internal storage and possibly slow it down. Thankfully, you can avoid this problem by moving apps to your SD card.


  • By Robert Pewter
  • 04-Aug-2016

The 8 Major Benefits Of Using An Android Smartphone

It's hard to know which OS is best when buying a new smartphone. Read on to discover some of the benefits of using Android.


  • By Robert Pewter
  • 18-Jul-2016

How To Move Apps To SD Card On Android

Apps will quickly fill your Android’s internal storage and possibly slow it down. Thankfully, you can avoid this problem by moving apps to your SD card.


  • By Robbie Pewter
  • 24-May-2016

Where Is Android App Data Stored?

Read this guide for a short explanation of where Android app data is stored and how you can avoid losing it.


  • By Robbie Pewter
  • 11-Apr-2016

Adoptable Storage For Android: What It Is Plus its Advantages and Disadvantages

Adoptable storage is a way to increase your device's main storage capacity through the special usage of an SD card. Read on to learn more, including the upsides and downsides.


  • By Robbie Pewter
  • 08-Apr-2016

A Quick Guide To Android USB Connections (USB Mass Storage, PTP & MTP)

When you connect your Android to a computer, it will use one of three protocols: USB mass storage, PTP or MTP. Read on to find out more about what this all means.


  • By Robbie Pewter
  • 25-Mar-2016

Android Encryption: How To Do It And Why You Might Want To

Android encryption offers an extra level of security for your data. This short guide will tell you how to do just that.


  • By Robbie Pewter
  • 04-Mar-2016

7 Ways to Free Up Space on Your Android Phone

Speed, screen, design... when it comes to our mobiles we want it all, but it's easy to forget about internal memory. If you’ve neglected the amount of storage on your phone, here are 7 easy ways you can free up some additional space.


  • By Fabrizio Ferri-Benedetti
  • 09-Nov-2015

5 Tips to Free Up Storage Space on Your Android Device

The infamous “Insufficient storage available” error means that your device has run out of space. No more memory, zero, nada. Luckily, there are safe and fast ways to make room.