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What is Parallel Space.How does parallel space app works?

What is Parallel Space.How does parallel space app works?


Parallel Space
Parallel Space

Parallel Space is a "container" app for Android devices, it creates a virtualized, isolated environment and allows other apps to running inside. ... So, basically you are running your app on an emulator rather than mobile directly. So, it allows you to have multiple accounts on a virtual environment.

The virtual environment is created by creating something like qemu user mode. The qemu is used to switch between multiple operating systems, or processes from one CPU to the other. So, basically you are running your app on an emulator rather than mobile directly. So, it allows you to have multiple accounts on a virtual environment.

"In parallel space we can add 2 account of any app( like WhatsApp, Instagram,etc) For eg- In WhatsApp you have account from SIM 1 number but you also want to make an account from SIM 2 so you make account but while using u can only use 1 account. So parallel spa helps you to use both accounts simultaneously. You get notifications of both the accounts."

What Is Parallel Space?


Parallel Space is an Android app that allows you to run multiple accounts of any app simultaneously on single Android phone. With parallel space, you can create the dual account of any app. Like you can install two Whatsapp, two Instagram, two Facebook, two Snapchat and multiple accounts of any game.

Parallel Space allows you to have two copies of Twitter running, each with a separate login. Yes there are many social media apps out there that allow you to have multiple accounts simultaneously but with this app, you can truly have them separated.

Parallel Space is an Android app that has one clear goal; to make it easy for users to run the same app or game twice, at the same time. This means that users with a personal and business Facebook account can simply run Facebook twice at the same time, effectively signing in to Facebook with two different accounts at the same time, without having to switch between them. This can be used for Pokemon GO players, serial Instagram snappers and a whole lot more applications. It’s simple and easy to use, without taking up too much space or too much more resources. It’s professional, clean and useful with almost 50 Million installs to boot. So, let’s go ahead and see what all the fuss is about, shall we?


Features Of Parallel Space


Run Multiple Account Of any Android App
Small Size: 2MB Only.
Separate Task Manager to Manage apps running in Parallel Space
Storage Manager to Manage App Data
Switch with Swipe option.

Just like the Android apps you might be looking to clone, people can download Parallel Space from the Play Store. Once it is installed, there’s a simple introduction to how the app runs.

How to Use Parallel Space


Open Parallel Space and select the app you want run under Parallel Space.
 If your app isn’t listed, tap the “+” button at the bottom and select the app you want to add from the list of installed apps on your device.
Once you’ve selected the app, a Parallel Space will be created for that app and you’ll be good to go.
Your virtualized apps will appear on the Android recents screen with “(Parallel Space)” suffix, and you can easily multi-task between the real and virtualized version of the app like you’re using two installations.
Cheers! Have fun running multiple accounts/profiles on apps installed on your Android device with Parallel Space.
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Best power Banks for Smart Phones

Best power Banks for Smart Phones
Portable Power Banks are comprised of a special battery in a special case with a special circuit to control power flow. They allow you to store electrical energy (deposit it in the bank) and then later use it to charge up a mobile device (withdraw it from the bank). Power Banks have become increasingly popular as the battery life of our beloved phones, tablets and portable media players is outstripped by the amount of time we spend using them each day. By keeping a battery backup close by, you can top-up your devices while far from a wall outlet.

The Power Banks we're talking about are good for almost any USB-charged devices. Cameras, GoPros, Portable speakers, GPS systems, MP3 players, smartphones and even some tablets can be charged from a Power Bank - practically anything that charges from USB at home can be charged from a Power Bank - you just have to remember to keep your Power Bank charged, too!
Power Banks may also be known as Power Stations or Battery Banks.

Power banks store energy in an internal Lithium Ion battery and can charge the mobile and tablets. They are nothing but a special battery encased in special casing along with required circuitry to control the flow of power. That’s how we explain them in a non technical manner. They store the energy in them just like you deposit money in the bank and have a means to charge a device like you withdraw money! That is the perfect analogy. 

Now that the battery capacity of the devices we are using these days has gone too low what we have been expecting it to with a myriad of tasks being performed, there is a need for an auxiliary power supply and that’s where these power banks come into action.

Choosing a power bank
These are some basic guidelines on what kind power banks to buy. It all depends on your individual requirement. If you have the habit of carrying too many devices while on travel, you may need to get yourself a high capacity power bank. Else, a low capacity portable charger would be sufficient. Her are a few tips based on the major points –

Capacity: This is the most important deciding point in choosing a right power bank. Power Bank capacity refers to how much charge is inside a power bank battery. It is measured in mAh or milliamps per hour. But one thing you need to understand that when a power bank is charging your smart phone or tablet, some of the energy is lost in transfer of power. So the real capacity is about 60-65 percent of the battery capacity listed on the power bank. For example a power bank with battery capacity at 2200 mAh has real capacity in the range 1320mAh to 1430mAh. And this is for quality battery, for downgraded battery the loss of power is even more and hence the real capacity would be less than 1320mAh. Should you decide to buy a power bank, keep your own usage in mind. To meet ever growing charging needs of users, many higher mAh units are available today. Higher end power banks can charge almost any type of devices, from laptops, iPads, tablets and smart phones.

Connectors: Pay specific attention to the number of connectors and the type of connector. It would be more advisable to go for a power bank with built-in cable.

Portability: We are buying a power bank because of its portable nature. If you have to carry a huge power bank than your device, it is too impractical.

Price: Power banks which promise higher capacity at a substantially lower price may not be genuine. Most of them use refurbished battery and may not last long. Go for a power bank from a well known brand. Though it may be a bit expensive, it will keep your device safe and give the required performance.

Protective Circuitry: Ensure that your power bank has additional features to protect your device. Pay attention to following –

Short Circuit Protection – This will help keep your power bank and the device safe when the short circuit problems happen.
Over Charging Protection – This feature will let the power bank cut off the supply when your device is charged fully. Thus, it will be useful in cases of the device being left for charging and forgotten.
Temperature Protection – This will help identify the cases of device overheating while charging the device.

Certification: Check for the UL certification of the device. It will ensure that the power bank you have been buying meets all standard quality requirements.

Best power Banks for smartphones

Xiaomi Mi
Xiaomi Mi 16000 mAh Power Bank:
Xiaomi Mi started a trend to offer a good product at very affordable prices with its smartphones and they have carried that philosophy in their other products as well. The 16,000 mAh power bank comes in a metal case and when fully charged has enough juice to recharge a normal phone at least 5 times.

Anker
Anker 2nd Gen Astro Mini 3200mAh Power Bank: Anker was founded in 2009, the brainchild of a group of friends working at Google. Fast forward a few years and we’re now the industry leader in mobile power. Anker is the first power bank brand in North America. This Anker 3200mAh power bank is for your basic charging needs. It is very compact and helps you use your smartphone in critical situations when you need to make or take an important call and your smartphone has run out of battery juice. This 3200mAh external battery can charge your Apple iPhone 6 or iPhone 5S/5C more than once, the Nexus 5 once, the Samsung Galaxy S5 0.8 times, Galaxy Note 3 0.7 times, HTC One M8 0.9 times and the iPad mini 0.5 times.


Jackery 6000mAh Power Bank
Jackery 6000mAh Power Bank:Jackery Brand mobile battery chargers go the distance. From sports fans to students, moms to mountain climbers, Jackery empowers people on the go. The power bank has single USB charging slot, and it assures full protection from any charging malfunctioning. There are four different colors to match your iPhone: Black, gold, orange, and silver while writing this. Jackery Bar is the smallest portable external battery with 2.1A output designed for extending mobile device battery life. It includes a high-energy density, fast-charging, compact design, and smart safety protection circuit. Jackery delivers beautiful design at affordable prices along with great customer service. The Jackery Bar is often used with leading smartphones and tablets like Samsung Galaxy, Apple iPhone, Apple iPad, and more. Jackery® Bar Performance for iPhones: 200%-300% battery life, Input: 5V/1A, Input charging time: 6-8h via Standard USB or AC adapter (not included); Output: 5V/2.1A; Compact Size: 3.8 x 1.8 x 0.9 inches; Weight: 5.5 ounce; 18- month warranty.
 
Lepow U-Stone Series 12000mAh Power Bank
Lepow U-Stone Series 12000mAh Power Bank: This Lepow Brand power bank– Red Dot Award Winner for its unique and timeless design, Faster recharging speed of 2.1A for a quick 7 hour charge (please use a 2.1A wall charger). Great energy conversion – higher than 85% for better efficiency, Biodegradable packaging made from recycled materials. U-Stone Package includes the Lepow U-Stone, Micro USB flat cable, and user manual. Apple adapters-30 pin, lightening and wall charger not included.


Zendure A2 6000mAh Power Bank
Zendure A2 6000mAh Power Bank: Zendure USA Inc. was founded in 2013 by Tom Haflinger and Bryan Liu. The company’s mission is to deliver top-quality consumer electronics that exceed consumer expectations using high-end materials, premiere product development partners and user-centric design. The pocket-friendly A2 is our smallest portable charger, but with super-high-density battery cells, it’ll keep your phone charged long after the day is done. The Zendure A2 6000mAh external battery is highly durable, compact and lightweight. This power bank also has an auto-on feature which starts charging your device automatically after connecting it.


EasyAcc 10000mAh Power Bank
EasyAcc 10000mAh Power Bank: EasyAcc Accessory exists to please not to trouble. To make it easy as it uses and looks, The EasyAcc 10000mAh external battery is compact and ultra slim. It is attractive and is available in 6 different colors. This 10000 mAh portable charger is capable of charging the Samsung Galaxy S5 2.5 times, iPhone 5S 4.5 times, iPhone 6 nearly 4 times, iPad Air nearly once, HTC One M8, Moto X and Nexus 5 nearly 3 times, LG G3 and Sony Xperia Z3 more than 2 times.


RAVPower 3rd Gen Deluxe 16750mAh Power Bank
RAVPower 3rd Gen Deluxe 16750mAh Power Bank: RAVPower has made numerous powerbanks or external battery packs with each version improving upon the other. 
One of the most important things about RAVPower is their reputation and reliability. The RAVPower 16750mAh portable charger is capable of charging various devices like AppleiPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple 5S/5C, iPad Air mini, Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Tab 4 Pro, Google Nexus, HTC One (M8), LG G3, MOTO X, Sony Xperia etc.
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Do's and don'ts for every Android user

Do's and don'ts for every Android user
Android
There are a lot of choices when it comes to making your Android phone all it can be, and a lot of nuance about which are the “best” choices to make. Everyone has an opinion about the best apps, home screen layouts, launchers, and so on. However, there are some enduring certainties that cannot be avoided. Here are “do’s” and “don’ts” for every Android user.

Do: Configure data usage limits

Don’t go over your monthly allotment again.
Every Android phone has a tool in the main system settings to monitor and limit your data usage. In this age of limited data plans, you should probably take a moment to set that up as soon as possible. You can set your monthly billing cycle date, data limit, and configure a warning when you’re near your limit. There’s even a setting to disable data so you don’t end up with overages, if that’s something your carrier does.
Don’t: Use third-party lock screens

The stock lock screen is always more secure and stable than its replacements.

Many parts of your phone can be customized extensively, and you can even replace things you don’t like. There’s one component that you ought to leave alone—the lock screen. The Play Store offers a heap of replacement lock screen apps, but there’s no official method for replacing the Android lock screen. 
That means all those apps are just messy hacks that require you sacrifice security. The method they use to take over the screen when you wake the phone is also likely to cause lag. When it comes to the lock screen, you should just make do with the limited customization options included with your phone.

Do: Set up and Use ‘OK Google’

DO: Delete all unnecessary apps, media, and content
Smartphones are just like any other computer. While flash drives don’t work like today’s typical hard drives, they still do slow down when you have more data on them. The easiest way to improve smartphone performance for your Android device is to get rid of all unnecessary material. Not only will doing so speed up the phone itself, but it’ll also speed up your workflow. Instead of having 50 to 60 apps to sort through, just keeping the bare essentials and getting rid of everything else will speed up your usage.

DON’T: Update to brand new versions of Android

While we all want the latest and greatest software and features, they typically slow down devices. This issue isn’t exclusive to smartphones; the recently released OS X Yosemite beta brought a noticeable lag to some MacBooks in addition to the new features.

With Android, you may not even be given the option of whether you want to update software to a new version or not. But if and when you do, take heed: making a significant upgrade will always slow down the phone. The bigger the software update, the slower the phone is likely to become. Wait and see if anyone else who has same phone and has completed the update runs into issues before jumping on board yourself.

DO: Close any apps that you use infrequently, and use lighter apps for the services you need

Android has a number of strengths over iOS and other mobile platforms. One of the best is multitasking, Android can run a variety of applications at once. On older Android phones that may not be a good thing, because as the software improves and becomes more hardware-intensive, your phone remains the same. If you notice things are slower, close whatever you aren’t using.

On that point, there are plenty of different apps that can be used for the same purpose. You may have one web browser built in, plus Chrome, Opera, and Dolphin; multiple chat apps; multiple phone apps; picture apps; Twitter apps; etc. As mentioned above, there’s no reason to have multiple versions of the same app. 

When you decide what to keep and what to drop, remember that some apps are slower than others, and keep the one that best suits your needs along with the speed you require. For example, stick with the stock Twitter app versus Carbon, or Opera instead of Chrome.

DON’T: Run applications off of an external memory card

Android’s expandable memory is a useful feature for many users, but those memory cards are always going to be slower than the phone’s built-in flash drive. If you have a memory card, use it for music, video, and other media. Running apps from an external memory card is just fine, but it will work slower because your phone has to take more time to move it from the external card to internal RAM, and when you close the app, your phone will have to do the process in reverse, too. So run apps straight from the phone, and leave media on the external media card.

DO: Close all applications and reboot the phone once a week




Even on brand new smartphones, eventual slowdown is bound to happen. Mobile operating systems aren’t mature enough to handle data and memory management as well as, say, Windows 7. So even if you’re diligent about closing apps, managing your phone properly, never pushing it too hard, or anything else, eventually it’ll need a fresh reset to clear out the cobwebs.

With older phones, you’ll need to do reboots more often. Make sure to close all apps first, because all of that app data is saved prior to shutting off. Closing apps before turning off the phone will improve smartphone performance because it forces the phone to save information immediately, so when you reboot, the device will be fresh and not cluttered with all of those apps starting up from their last place.

Instant voice search from anywhere!

The “OK Google” hotword is the quickest way to start a voice search on Android, and it’s something you should take advantage of. The options available to you vary a bit from one device to the next, but you should at least be able to speak “OK Google” when the device is awake to open a voice search (called OK Google Everywhere). 
To enable this feature, go to the Google app and open your voice settings to train it with your voice. Some devices (like the Nexus 6) even have the ability to listen for OK Google while the screen is off.

Don’t: Install APKs from untrusted sources

Be careful what you sideload!
One of the cool things about Android is that you can get apps from a variety of sources outside of Google Play, like Amazon and the open source F-Droid repository. However, with great power comes great responsibility.

Don’t go around installing any APK you find posted on a forum, and definitely don’t try to load pirated apps and games on your phone. That’s a great way to end up with malware and spam. You can leave the Unknown sources toggle off in the security settings if you don’t plan to sideload any apps outside of Google Play.

Do: Disable unwanted apps

Get out of here with that junk.
Virtually every phone and tablet comes with at least a few built-in apps you don’t want or need. Even if you never use them, they’ll still sit there in your app drawer, and some will even start up in the background. Often, you won't be able to delete the app if you don't want it. This is particularly common with carrier account management apps.

If you don’t want them, just disable them. You won’t need to root or do anything fancy, just open your system settings and find the app manager (the location within Settings varies by device, unfortunately). Scroll through the list and tap on the offending apps to open the info page. There you’ll see the disable button. Easy.

Don’t: Kill background tasks

This will do more harm than good.
Despite what you’ve heard, Android manages its background tasks just fine. You don’t need a task manager app or anything that claims to speed up your phone by clearing RAM. When a process isn’t needed, Android is smart enough to end it. In fact, micromanaging tasks will cause the phone to slow down because most of the processes these apps kill are simply going to start up again and draw more power in the process.

Do: Set a secure lock screen and use Smart Lock

Security and convenience? Sign me up!
One of Android’s best features is Smart Lock (Android 5.0 and higher only), and it means there’s no excuse whatsoever to put off using a secure lock screen. You can set a pattern or PIN lock screen to keep out unauthorized snoops, then use smart lock to automatically go back to the faster swipe unlock when certain conditions are met. For example, keep the swipe screen active when you’re at home, but if you’re out, the secure lock screen takes over. You can also use trusted Bluetooth devices or even your face to keep the phone unlocked when it’s convenient.

Don’t: Use third-party antivirus apps

This is just redundant.
The internet can be a scary place, and the often sensationalist coverage of Android security issues doesn’t really help. Many phones even come with antivirus apps pre-installed. Frankly, you don’t need them. They’ll just sit in the background and waste processor cycles to scan all the apps you install, even though Google is already scanning them automatically via Play Services. Your phone is better off without a third-party antivirus app.

Do: Plan ahead with Device Manager

Google includes lost phone features as part of all Android devices with Device Manager, which you can access from any computer or phone on the Device Manager website. If you ever lose track of your phone, this tool can track it, make it ring, lock it down, and even remotely delete everything if you don’t think it’s ever coming home. Just make sure you’ve got full administrator access enabled for Device Manager in the settings. Go to Security and find the Phone administrators menu. Make sure Device Manager is checked, and you’re good to go.

Don’t: Reset your phone right after changing your Google password

Device protection is disabled by the OEM unlock toggle.
Google added the device protection system in Android 5.1 to make a stolen phone useless to thieves. Android now asks for the login info from the last Google account used on a device after a reset when Device Protection is enabled. A fair number of devices already support it, and almost every phone and tablet will have this feature by default going forward. 
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Phone slow? quick fixes to make your Android phone fast again

Phone slow? quick fixes to make your Android phone fast again
The Mobile devices optionally show fatal errors that let the user get irritated with the slowdown fact. Continuous usage as we discussed brings down the computing devices to slower mode, the reason behind this is not to wear and tear of the device.

All computing/Mobile devices slow down with the use. No, it has nothing to with the wear and tear. There is no such thing in the world of software and the in most cases the electronic components are very resilient. If they work well, they tend to keep on working. 
The computers, laptops, phones, tablets etc slow down with the use because they accumulate data and junk. They also slow down because when there are too many apps, which you will have on your phone after you have used for a year or two, the computing resources like RAM and internal storage becomes scarce.

This is the reason why some months after you bought your shiny new phone you start feeling that it has become very slow. When the phone was new, it was very fast. But now you start perceiving lag, start seeing apps load slowly. What is the solution?

We tell you quick fixes that would make your phone fast again, almost as fast as it was when you had bought it.

Get rid of launchers: If you have installed any custom launchers on your phone, you should get rid of them. Launchers, even the best ones often slow down the phone. The only acceptable reason to use launchers is when the stock launcher is not good and is slow, which can be the case if you have a phone made by Chinese or Indian companies etc. On some occasions the software that these companies put in their phones is not optimised well enough and in that case it is a good idea to use a third-party launcher.

But be careful if you are going to use a third-party launcher. Don't go overbroad and just stick to one launcher. If you don't like the one you are using, uninstall it before installing the other one.

Get rid of the security apps- The fact can’t be denied that, the Android may have some security related bugs as like any of the other operating systems. Bt it is wise not to use the security apps. This is said by Google itself in past days. The security apps mostly don’t do anything they just acquire space in the RAM that results in the device to operate slowly. You need to follow the safe practices to keep your phone safe. Note: Never install an app from an inferior looking website.

Get rid of the apps that optimize: You must be aware that the Nexus phones don’t have any optimizing app but even though they are the fastest Android devices. This confirms that no optimizing app is required for your Android phone and Android has an inbuilt mechanism for optimizing self. You need to get rid of such apps if you have one on your device.

Remove unwanted apps: Go to Settings > Apps and scroll through the list. We don't realise but as we use the phone we often install apps that we don't need, or may be not even use, and then forget to uninstall them. Clean the list now and remove any apps that you don't need.

Free up storage: When internal storage is full in a phone it can have significant effect on the phone's performance because fuller disks have slow read and write data speed. This introduces lag into the phone. Delete the unwanted data (apps, videos, photos) from your phone or copy the data into a computer to free up space on your phone's storage.

Make apps behave: Some apps are necessary but they can also be annoying. For example, an e-retail app. You need it. But don't need it daily and you definitely don't want it to always run in the background. Go to the Settings > Apps and force stop the app you don't want to run in the background. Don't worry, when you need the app you can just tap on its icon and open it. It will again start functioning.

Clear app cache: Apps like the Facebook tend to collect and store a lot of data in their cache. Over a period of time, this can start overwhelming phone's hardware. If you see the apps that are crashing again and again and have become particularly slow, clear their cache and stored data. To clear cache, go to Settings > Apps. Once you clear the cache, you may have to log into the said apps again and you will lose data (like WhatsApp images) stored by these apps on your phone. But clearing this cache can often speed up the phone.

Reboot: Have you ever gone through the words “Reboot the device or turn it off and on again” Yes, this term means simple but often works. If you don’t ever switch off your phone then, reboot it and see the result. This clears the RAM and shuts the unnecessary apps.

Clear the Phone’s Cache even: You have gone through the process of clearing apps Cache but clearing the Phone’s cache is different than this. Clear up the system-wide cache freshen up the phone, for getting into the process you need to go to the recovery mode.

Do the factory reset: Once again, you should exercise this as the last option. Doing a factory reset means deleting everything you have done on the phone since you bought it and resorting it to its original software. This clears all the data on the phone and gives you a device that would feel refreshingly new even if its body bears marks of overuse. 

While factory reset is a fairly good solution to a phone that has become unbearably slow, it also means that you will have to install all your apps again and set up the whole phone again. You can reset a phone by navigating to Settings > Backup And Reset.

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Best antivirus Android apps and anti-malware Android apps

Best antivirus Android apps and anti-malware Android apps
There are a lot of free android antivirus apps which you can use on your Android smartphones and tablets to stay protected from viruses, malware, and spyware. undocopy.com listed here some of the most reliable and best free antivirus for android which will keep you tension free from the risk of malware and phishing activities etc.



Antivirus Android apps remain one of the most popular types of applications on Android. There have been arguments ad nauseum as to the benefit of antivirus apps and anti-malware apps on Android and those arguments are generally warranted. However, some people either like having that extra security or just want to be extra cautious just in case and there is nothing wrong with that. In this list, we’ll check out the best antivirus Android apps and anti-malware apps on Android!

Things to look out for in any antivirus will be:
1.Protection:Ability to detect the wide range of malwares with a less false detection rate. It is the most important aspect for choosing your AV.

2.Usability: Ease of use for using features . Generally all the softwares have good UI. So it is not that much imp .

3.Special features: The extra features provided by the AV in android are generally the tie-braker for choosing the right AV. Unlike PC the extra features of AV in the android are very important. Typically the extra features provided are

    Locate your lost or stolen phone
    Make your phone ring (shout) even if it is on silent mode
    Wipe your phone and SD card content
   Notify if someone enters  wrong passwords when trying to unlock your phone
 SIM Lock : Automatically locks your phone whenever someone replaces your SIM card

    App locker : lock apps to protect your privacy and safety or lock your device settings to secure its configuration
    App Backup : backup apps from your device to your SD card so you can restore them whenever necessary.


There are a lot free antivirus apps for the security of your android phone in appstore.

1. Avast mobile security-

The free version comes with pretty basic features like antivirus, antimalware, junk cleaner. But to make it fully functional, first we need to register, which is free, to get access to all these functions.
Has features for root users including firewall services.

2. AVG antivirus security-

The free version comes with the basics like antivirus, anti-phishing, anti-theft and anti-malware features.
With over 100 million installs and a rating of 4.4.
 Most secure browsing feature.

3. BIT defender antivirus-
Even though Bitdefender is a full-featured antivirus app, this one is really better. It’s wildly simple to use. Here’s how it works. You install it, scan for stuff, remove threats, and then it sits there and waits for bad stuff to try to come to you. That’s it. No ridiculous features and no nonsense.

4. CM Security- This is the best one with millions of users and very simple to use. It consists a lot more enabled features which makes it really a strong antivirus app.

    Antivirus, anti-malware, and safe browsing features baked in.
    Anti-theft functionality includes Google Maps integration, picture taking support, and scream mode.
    Currently boasts a 100% detection rate.
    Light on system resources makes it good for older devices.


5. Wolfguard mobile security antivirus-

    Pretty basic features set but includes antivirus, anti-malware, and anti-phishing protection.
    Anti-theft features are included.
    Has the ability to scan links in text messages for malicious intent. 


6. Norton Security and Antivirus-

    Plenty of advanced features like app locking, privacy guard, anti-theft, and antivirus.
    Has some other unique features like contact syncing and a central website to manage all devices.
    Free version at least lets you scan and remove threats. 


7. McAfee Free antivirus & Security-

    App will literally lock down your phone if thieves attempt to uninstall it. Don't forget your PIN.
    Anti-theft, antivirus, anti-malware, web surfing protection, call blocking, and app locking available.


8. Kaspersky Internet Security-

    Free version is pretty basic but offers the essential antivirus and security features.
    Anti-theft features available in the free version. That's a win.

Eset Mobile Security & Antivirus: Go Explore. Protect your smartphone or tablet with Mobile Security & Antivirus, premium internet security solution from ESET and enjoy the web and shopping online. Download FREE ESET antivirus or buy the PREMIUM version

    Trend Micro: Trend Micro™ Mobile Security, Android™ Antivirus, & Performance Booster app provides 99.9% malicious app detection over 18 months according to Av-test.org. It is also certified by PCSL and AV-Comparatives. It includes an additional layer of billing security to protect against fake financial and shopping apps.


    COMODO Mobile Security: Comodo Mobile Security (CMS) is designed to protect your Android devices against viruses, unsafe apps, potentially risky settings and even from theft. Not only that, it helps to protect your privacy and keeps your system optimized.

McAfee Free antivirus & Security-

    App will literally lock down your phone if thieves attempt to uninstall it. Don't forget your PIN.
    Anti-theft, antivirus, anti-malware, web surfing protection, call blocking, and app locking available.



Undocopy.com prefer and use the zone alarm antivirus which in its free version has :
1. auto update
2. Scheduled scan
3. Light on memory
4. Has features like finding and locking lost phones
5. Notifications of SIM card changes


We hope you liked the above-mentioned list of free antivirus for android phones and tablets. If you really find these best free antivirus app for android phone and tablet useful for you then please share your view with us through comments.
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Smartphones With 6GB RAM You Can Buy

Smartphones With 6GB RAM You Can Buy
The smartphone industry has seen a lot of innovation in the last couple of years than what it saw in the last decade. While many brands are focused on solving the real world user experience, there are some companies who think that the problem lies within the specifications. That is why they are coming up with such heavy hardware that you don’t even see on a laptop or desktop these days. Are you confused? Well, don’t be, we are talking about the RAM storage on a smartphone.  


Some brands believe that their smartphone will offer the best experience if they could just ante-up the hardware on them. It might be true but will purely depend upon the software experience as well. Though, today we are not her to review the handsets; instead, we are hunting for the best 6GB RAM smartphone. With a specifications war going on among smartphone brands users are in for a treat. Below are the best smartphones with 6GB RAM that you can buy in the market right now. 


Xiaomi’s new Mi Note 2 and Mi MIX phablets are the latest to tout 6GB of RAM under the hood, joining a small but growing club offering more memory than many laptops you will get on the market. There’s only one smartphone with 6GB RAM in India right now, but if you’re willing to import your phone, then there are now a number of different options.


Here’s a list of ten smartphones with 6GB RAM that have been released so far.

1) Xiaomi Mi Note 2
Xiaomi’s new Mi Note 2, up for pre-orders in China presently at CNY 3,299 (roughly Rs. 34,000), is the latest smartphone with 6GB of RAM onboard, and is the only one on this list with a dual curved screen. The Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based smartphone sports a 5.7-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) Oled display, comes with 128GB storage, and is powered by the 2.35GHz quad-core Snapdragon 821 Performance Edition SoC. It bears a 4,070mAh battery and Quick Charge 3.0 fast-charging technology, along with a fingerprint sensor on the home button.

The Xiaomi Mi Note 2 sports a 22.5-megapixel rear camera with a Sony IMX318 Exmor RS sensor, and an 8-megapixel Sony IMX268 Exmor RS sensor. Connectivity suite of the smartphone includes 4G-LTE (downlink speeds up to 6000Mbps), Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.2 and USB Type-C. Also on board is the Aqstic audio processor, with 192kHz/24-bit Hi-Fi sound quality.

2) OnePlus 3
Available at Rs. 27,999 in India, the OnePlus 3 (review) has 6GB RAM along with a Snapdragon 820 processor (two cores clocked at 2.2GHz, and two cores clocked at 1.6GHz). The smartphone features a 5.5-inch Amoled display running at full-HD resolution, and Gorilla Glass 4 protection. It runs OxygenOS based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, and comes with 64GB internal storage (non-expandable). It has a home button with an integrated fingerprint sensor.

On the imaging front, OnePlus 3 has a 16 megapixel rear camera with a Sony IMX298 sensor, f/2.0 aperture, OIS and EIS, and PDAF autofocus, RAW image support, 4K video recording, and Smile Capture mode. The front camera bears a Sony IMX179 sensor, f/2.0 aperture on the fixed focus lens, and EIS. The smartphone has connectivity options like Wi-Fi, 4G LTE (support for all bands in India), Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, GPS/ A-GPS, and USB 2.0 Type-C port, along with a 3.5mm headphone jack. It is powered by a 3000mAh battery with Dash Charge fast-charging technology.

3) Asus Zenfone 3 Deluxe (ZS570KL)
Another smartphone with 6GB RAM that has been launched in India is the Asus Zenfone 3 Deluxe (ZS570KL), priced at Rs. 62,999. Despite unveiling the device in the country, Asus has not released it in the Indian market yet, though you can get one in the US at $499 (approximately Rs. 34,000). The smartphone has a 5.7-inch full-HD screen and runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based ZenUI. Keeping everything running is a Snapdragon 820 processor. There’s 64GB internal storage and users can expand this by another 256GB via microSD card.

Coming to photography, the Asus ZenFone 3 Deluxe (ZS570KL) packs a 23-megapixel primary camera on the rear and an 8-megapixel front shooter for selfies. The connectivity suite of the dual-SIM smartphone includes Wi-Fi, 4G-LTE, Bluetooth 4.2, USB OTG support, USB Type C and fingerprint sensor. It is powered by a 3000mAh battery.

4) LeEco Le Max 2
LeEco also announced the Le Max 2 (review) with 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage in the Indian market, at Rs. 29,999. The phone was announced in June this year, but there has been no further word on when the device will go on sale; on the other hand, it is available in China at present for CNY 2,499 (roughly Rs. 25,000).

The LeMax 2 smartphone has a 5.7-inch QHD (1440×2560 pixel) screen, Snapdragon 820 chipset, Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based software, dual-SIM support, and fingerprint sensor. On the back, it sports a 21-megapixel camera with f/2.0 aperture OIS, phase-detection autofocus (PDAF), and two-tone, dual-LED flash, while an 8-megapixel selfie shooter with f/2.2 aperture is placed in front.
For connectivity, it supports dual-band Wi-Fi, 4G-LTE, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, Infrared, USB Type C and GPS/ A-GPS/ Glonass/ BDS. Its 3100mAh battery supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0 fast-charging technology and can go from 0 to 50 percent in 30 minutes.

5) Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus
In China this September, Xiaomi announced the 128GB variant of the Mi 5s Plus, its first smartphone with 6GB RAM; available only in China, the device is priced at CNY 2,599 (close to Rs. 26,000). The smartphone features a 5.7-inch pressure-sensitive display with full-HD resolution capable of 550 nits brightness and NTSC 94 percent colour gamut. It runs the MIUI 7 software based on Android Marshmallow, and is powered by the new 2.3GHz Snapdragon 821 processor.

The Mi 5s Plus bears a dual rear camera setup, with two 13-megapixel sensors – one for colour, and the other for black and white; it supports PDAF and two-tone, dual-LED flash. On the front is a 4-megapixel camera with 2-micron pixels and f/2.0 aperture for selfies. Connectivity options on board include 4G LTE connectivity with 3x carrier aggregation support, NFC, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth v4.2, fingerprint sensor, and GPS/ A-GPS. It has a 3800mAh battery with Quick Charge 3.0 technology that takes the battery from zero to 83 percent in 30 minutes.

6) LeEco Le Pro 3
Unveiled in the US and China and priced at $399 and CNY 2,999 respectively (around Rs. 30,000), LeEco’s Le Pro 3 (first impressions) is another 2.35GHz Snapdragon 821-powered smartphone with 6GB RAM. It has a 5.5-inch full-HD display with 2.5D curved glass, Android 6.0-based EUI 5.8 custom interface, and comes in 64GB and 128GB storage options. Its battery capacity stands at 4070mAh and it supports Quick Charge 3.0 for fast charging. 
The smartphone also has a fingerprint sensor on the back.
The 16-megapixel rear camera of Le Pro 3 has f/2.0 aperture, PDAF, two-tone, dual-LED flash, and HDR support; its 8-megapixel front camera has a 1.4-micron sensor and f/2.2 aperture. For connectivity, the smartphone has dual-band Wi-Fi, 4G-LTE, Bluetooth 4.2, NFC, Infrared, USB Type C and GPS/ A-GPS/ Glonass; however, it misses out on the 3.5mm earphone jack.

7) ZUK Z2 Pro
Lenovo’s Cyanogen-only brand ZUK unveiled the Z2 Pro smartphone with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage in April this year; the smartphone is available at CNY 2,699 (roughly Rs. 27,000). The smartphone has a 5.2-inch display with full HD resolution and Gorilla Glass protection and runs the Android 6.0 Marshmallow based ZUK 2.0 UI. The Snapdragon 820-powered handset has a fingerprint sensor in the hardware Home button.

ZUK Z2 Pro has a 13-megapixel camera with f/1.8 aperture, PDAF, 1.34-micron sensor, and two-tone, dual-LED flash; its front camera has 8-megapixel resolution, f/2.0 aperture and 1.4-micron sensors. Onboard connectivity features include dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS/ A-GPS/ Glonass, and USB Type C. The smartphone has a 3100mAh battery with Quick Charge 3.0 fast-charging technology.

8) Oppo R9s Plus
Oppo in October unveiled the R9s Plus phablet with 6GB RAM in the Chinese market at CNY 3,499 (approximately Rs. 35,000). The smartphone, featuring a 6-inch full HD screen, is powered by a 1.9GHz Snapdragon 653 octa-core processor and comes with 64GB built-in storage and microSD support up to 128GB. It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow with Color 3.0 skin on top out-of-the-box and has a fingerprint sensor below the screen in the Home button.

There’s a 16-megapixel Sony IMX398 camera sensor with f/1.7 aperture, dual-core focus, OIS, and LED flash. An additional 16-megapixel sensor is also housed in the front for selfies. It has a hybrid dual-SIM dual-standby card slot and supports connectivity features such as dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS, and microUSB 2.0. The Oppo R9s Plus comes with a 4000mAh battery with VOOC fast-charging technology.

9) ZTE Nubia Z11
The ZTE Nubia Z11, unveiled in China and expected to launch in India soon, comes in a 6GB RAM variant priced at CNY 3,499 (around Rs. 35,000). The smartphone has a 5.5-inch full HD screen and is powered by a 2.15GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. The Android 6.0 smartphone packs 64GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 200GB via a microSD card.

As far as the cameras are concerned, the ZTE Nubia Z11 comes with a 16-megapixel primary camera with PDAF, f/2.0 aperture, OIS, two-tone, dual-LED flash, and a 1.28-inch sensor with 1.12-micron pixels on the rear. Its 8-megapixel front shooter has aperture of f/2.4, while the pixel size is 1.4-micron. The dual-SIM smartphone has connectivity options for dual-band Wi-Fi, 4G-LTE, GPS, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC, Infrared and USB Type C. It has a fingerprint sensor as well as a 3000mAh battery with support for Quick Charge 3.0 technology.

10) Vivo XPlay5 Elite
The world’s first smartphone with 6GB RAM, the Vivo XPlay5 Elite, was launched in China at CNY 4,288 (approximately Rs. 43,000) has a 5.43-inch dual-curved Super Amoled screen with QHD resolution, and a metal body with Gorilla Glass coating. It is powered by a 2.15GHz Snapdragon 820 chip and runs the Android Marshmallow-based Funtouch OS 2.6 software. It has 128GB internal storage, but does not support microSD cards for storage expansion; on the back is a fingerprint sensor.

In the optics department, Vivo Xplay5 Elite sports a 16-megapixel rear camera with Sony IMX298 sensor, PDAF, 6P Lens, f/2.0 aperture, and dual-tone LED flash. An 8-megapixel front-facing camera is also present. The smartphone supports 4G LTE networks (Indian bands included), Hi-Fi 3.0, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, micro-USB 2.0 (with OTG), and comes with a 3600mAh battery.
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