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Top 10 android apps 2017 that you should NOT Install Best Android Apps And Free Android App You Must Have Downloaded In 2016 But These Popular Apps Are Not Good In 2017 !! Best WiFi Hacking Apps and The Apps that are not on play store or hidden somewhere… might be Awesome Or Vice-versa ! it's QuickPic on number ten! QuickPic used to be a friendly and easy-to-use photo gallery! It was never flashy, but it has steadily grown a well-sized user base. so Why in the world is it bad? It was bought by Cheetah Mobile last year.
Then the company immediately started uploading users� data to their own servers, as evidenced by a Google user who found new DNS requests that were attributable to the app on number 2. E S File Explorer. Amazingly, it�s probably the most popular file explorer app out there. That�s because it used to be really, really good. i mean five years ago. so what happened after that? The free version was pumped full of bloatware and ad-ware, and it endlessly nags you to download additional apps. but we are too lazy to surf playstore. so What you should use instead: There are loads to choose from. If you want an open-source offering turn to OI File Manager; if you�re more concerned with design try out FX File Explorer; or if customization is your thing, you can look to Total Commander. on Number 8. UC Browser. The most popular Android web browser in China, and India. It claims to have a fast mode! that will save you data usage thanks to compression.
Why it�s bad: Tracking. Users� search queries are sent without encryption to Yahoo India and Google, a user�s IMSI number, IMEI number, Android ID, and Wi-Fi MAC address are sent without encryption to Umeng (an Alibaba analytics tool), and users� geolocation data, including longitude/latitude What you should use instead? Chrome and Firefox are the obvious choices, but some people have worries about privacy concerns there too. A solid all around privacy protector is Lightning. CLEAN it is on number 7. A �junk file cleaner� that�s been installed 10 million times and has 85 percent four or five-star reviews. Most of what it advertises, is detrimental to your phone. For example, clearing the cache will ultimately slow your phone down, when it needs to be rebuilt, clearing your RAM, only leads to more battery usage, and killing running apps does not save your battery as claimed. Greenify is a much better option for reducing apps� battery drain.
DU Battery Saver & Fast Charge on number 6, D U Battery Saver & Fast Charge. Another battery-saving app, with an insane number of downloads. It has 7.6 million five-star reviews. Well, sorry, but all of those 7.6 million people are wrong. Fast Charge, really? An app does not have the ability to change how fast your device charges. This is also the king of adverts. it sponsors almost every advertisement that you see in any other app, and manifests its own ads on your lock screen and notifications bar. If you�re genuinely interested in your phone�s battery stats, you should use GSM Battery Monitor. For proper battery saving, try the aforementioned Greenify. Number 4, Dolphin Web Browser. An ad-free, Flash-supporting, HTML 5 video-enabled browser. It�s got 150 million downloads and counting. Like UC Browser, this is a tracking nightmare. Worst of all, it saves your incognito mode website visits in a file on your phone � go and check. Don�t believe the hype; delete it now. What you should use instead: As mentioned earlier, Chrome, Firefox, and Lightning are your three best options. welcome to the top 3.
it's mind blowing Photo Collage Editor. Why it�s bad: Lots and lots of ads, the most annoying of which is the D U Quick Charge ad on the lock screen. What you should use instead: Once again, there are plenty of photo editors out there. Clean Master What it is: Another insanely popular �speed booster, battery saver, and phone optimizer�. It has 600 million users and 26 million five-star reviews. Why it�s bad: Firstly, it�s made by Cheetah Mobile. We referred to them earlier � the company is renowned for packing ads, bloatware, and nag screens into their apps. Secondly, it doesn�t do anything useful RAM-saving apps were valuable once upon a time, but the Android system has developed so much that they are merely a hindrance. Android now has its own native handler for assigning RAM and ensuring it�s all being used in the most optimal way on number 1.
Almost Every Anti-Virus App. There are loads to choose from; most of the well-known desktop anti-viruses now have a smartphone offering. Why it�s bad: They aren�t bad per se, but they are largely unnecessary � that�s why the biggest names in the industry now market their apps� anti-virus capabilities as part of a larger security package. There are a couple of caveats, however; if you install software from third-party sources (i.e., not the Google Play Store), or if you have a rooted device. Both these situations can open you up to malware that Google has no control over..