The smartphone is just like a computer you go around in your pocket because it has all the features that make life easier. But the truth is that there are so many cool features in that hour android phone that you never tap into. Let’s take you around.


1. Voice search

Your Android phone is there to help you out; it’s just waiting for you to say the word. Google will help to send an email or text, or even figure out what song is playing on your mobile just by listening to you. Locate the microphone icon in Google search and click (or say “OK Google”) to send an email or text (just say, “Text Pauli, Where are you?” or “Email Jan, When are you coming?” and hit send), or email yourself a reminder (“Note to self, call John”). weather or traffic can be find out(“Do I need an umbrella today?” or “How is the traffic now at East Zone”), you can also track your flights or packages (if you’ve gotten confirmation emails), you can find out what song is now playing on your mobile (”what’s that song?”) in everything you do, Google listen will find it out.

2. Swipes to make your phone work quicker

You can use one finger to swipe for notifications. While your two fingers can swipe down for
quick settings.

3. Allow calls from selected people you want

Do you want to get calls from selected people? Then your android will work the magic for you. The Priority Mode feature will give you the options to be interrupted by the people you want.

4. Use Wallet to extend the battery life

If you want to have your battery always on the go then use the wallet to keep your battery life. The power wallet has an amazing lightweight backup battery for android phones.

5. Use ‘Smart Lock’ to unlock the phone automatically when you are at home

When you enable smart to lock the settings will automatically change when you are outside your home. You also have the options to set trusted places.

6. Control an LED light bulb from your phone

Your Android phone can control the light build through the use of
LIFX which is a WiFi enabled, multi-color, energy efficient LED light bulb. When you get the
WiFi enabled LED light build then your android works the magic for you.

7. Try Pushbullet

We no longer do copy and paste of URLs. That is old-fashioned now. Install PushBullet to push all links on your phone to your tablet, and from your PC to your phone or from your phone to all of your other devices. Pushbullet does even more because also notifies you of SMS or calls on your PC and you can transfer files between all of your devices with Pushbullet too.

8. Invert colors

This setting will allow you to read in any dark environments even at night without disturbance.
To enjoy this feature, go to Settings  Accessibility Negative Colors and then make your Android a little more readable at night and a lot more trippy.

9. If found, return to

Super sweet feature for anyone who has the tendency to misplace his phones. In the events of losing your phone and maybe you suspect that someone has picked it up, you can put a message on the lock screen, telling the finder of your phone how to get in touch with you. This can also work for you if you have already lost your phone through the Android Device Manager, but the option can be done in advance as a safety measure. Go to Settings Security  Lock screen message to add your phone number, email or return instructions.

10. Remote lock or wipe your lost phone

It pains so much when you lost your phone. Apart from losing your phone, its life threatening and downright dangerous knowing someone might have access to your data. But Google has an awesome feature called ‘Android Device Manager’ that lets you track and take control of your phone if you ever lose it. As long as you have activated the ADM is, you can ring your phone, remotely lock it or even factory reset it if you know you’re never getting it back. To enable Android Device Manager, go to Settings Security Device Administrators and access the site on your computer if you ever
lose your phone.