on 19-01-2019 11:29
Yes, and they take up space too and I haven't got much of that! Actually I was quite annoyed that my phone was crammed full of apps I didn't want.
Good clear out is just the ticket!
Lots of best wishes Cleoriff
Or: Get a phone with more memory...
Hello there @pgn
I put in an SD card for more storage
and when my phone has to go to the big mobile phone heaven I can still use the card
19-01-2019 18:11 - edited 19-01-2019 18:12
The first thing I did @TallTrees when I got my present phone was uninstall all the apps I didn't need. I do have 100s of apps on my phone but the majority are games which I do play. I also have a banking app, catch up TV apps, Google Play Store, and a few other apps all of which I use. There are apps I can't uninstall. These are hidden so they don't clutter up my home screen. I have a folder for the apps I don't use every day and a secure folder for my shopping apps, FB, etc and a Games Launcher for my 100s of games, so I have a fairly tidy home screen.
It's really a question of what you use your phone for and I use my phone for everything including streaming, banking, playing games, downloading and listening to music, online shopping, sending and receiving emails, messaging and general browsing the net.
So I have a phone that enables me to do all that which is why I have an android phone. The one thing I do the least on my phone is make calls. I keep in touch by email, Whatsapp or Skype. All of which are on my phone.
It might be different if I had home wifi and a laptop/destop PC. But I don't so my phone is the next best thing.
So a windows phone would be useless to me.
on 19-01-2019 20:58
Oneplus here, Android all the way.
I did have a Symbian phone from Sony Ericsson a long time ago, a P1i I think. That was, er, interesting.
on 19-01-2019 21:04
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone7 (EE)