Today’s Android App Pick

Device Care

For a more pleasant experience while using your Galaxy smartphone, try the “Device Care” app by Samsung Electronics. With the “Device Care” app, anyone can easily keep their smartphone in good condition. The intuitive screen layout and interactions help the user check the condition of their device at a single glance and maintain their smartphone easily without expert knowledge, as it enables them to take prompt actions if problems, such as malware (viruses, spyware), arise.

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Featuring Android Apps (“Rick’s Picks) from the Google Play Store.

Today’s “How To” Pick (Overheating smartphone? Here’s what to do…)

How to Stop Your Phone From Overheating

We’ve all been there; you’re using your iPhone or Android, when suddenly, you notice that it’s getting a little warm. A little warm soon transitions to a little hot, then very hot, to a concerning degree. You might think, “Should my phone be so hot it hurts to use?” No, it should not. Here’s what to do if your phone is overheating—and how to stop it from doing so in the first place.

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The new Samsung A52 5G looks and feels like a smartphone that cost a lot more than $499

Samsung A52 5G: Load of Features for Midrange Price

by eWeek

The A52 5G feels comfortable and solid in your hand with its polycarbonate shell, has a bright display and a battery that will last from dawn to midnight. It has three quite capable cameras on the back and another good one staring back at you. If you’re in the market for a midrange-cost phone with 5G connectivity, the Galaxy A52 5G ranks right up there with the best ones available. >>> READ MORE

Considering how quickly phone manufacturers clone their competitors’ newest features, it’s amazing that this Samsung security feature has not made its way to stock Android or iOS …

The thing that Samsung has that Apple and Google lack is a simple feature that prompts you to enter your lock screen passcode before you can turn off or reboot your phone. Follow the source link below to learn more why this is critically important.

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Here’s Why It’s Harder to Steal a Samsung Phone Than an iPhone or Another Android

Pretend you’re a phone thief for a moment. You might be a pickpocket or a stickup kid, but you’re in possession of other people’s phones on a regular basis. Now ask yourself this: what’s the first thing you do after you steal a phone? Any real phone thief with half a brain would simply turn the phone

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