At least once a week, we see people forced to quit applications while they are running errands, sitting at airports or looking at themselves be in a good position to watch on smartphones. If you do, we have a simple message: Stop it.
There is a constant belief that you need to actively manage your mobile apps and use the forced shutdown feature to shut them down (much like you). d Close an application such as Word on your desktop computer before starting a game.
We asked people who does that, why it is, and everyone insists that the phone runs faster, saving the battery life or both. The only problem is that this is not the case, and if you feel that this is the case, a digital placebo effect occurs.
This is the important part: If you do not use any application, the application is effectively suspended in time and space, just waiting for you to come back. It does not matter much. It does not matter if you use an Android phone, an iPhone or even a Windows phone. All mobile platforms work more or less the same.
By constantly closing smartphone apps, your smartphone will only work harder, feel slower, and burn more battery time.
The only real exception are applications that allow you to run in the background (things like a weather app or email that do a little bit of work (and use little data), but even then, enforced Close these apps to nothing because they are simply restarted to still capture this data in the background
In fact, hanging in the background is more efficient because your smartphone has less work to do to bring the app back to the foreground, if you want to. If you do not shut down the apps you'll save time and battery life, and the apps should feel like they open faster because they're right outside the door.
Das The bottom line is: if your phone feels lazy and the battery life is much worse than it used to, the li kely is to blame that the hardware is outdated and the battery is worn out Think about upgrading, or at least a new battery, rather than wasting time every day washes away your apps.