Drives–Unclog the memory of Your Phone
All of us have experienced clogging of memory on our smartphones, at some time or the other. There is always a need to keep up with the cleaning process so that the phone’s memory does not get full. But then, where do we start the cleaning and understand our usage on the phone?
 
This app displays information on USB (universal serial bus) devices, SD (secure digital)-cards, external and internal storageand cloud storages (Google Drive, Dropbox, Yandex Disk) in a simple and clear graphical form (infographics). It helps free up disk space and clean file trash by quickly finding and deleting big files with sunburst chart and other helpful modes. There is a cache cleaner which allows you to quickly delete your apps’ cache files. You can easily find the top-10 large files on your phone and delete them instantly.
 
The app has an intuitive, user-friendly interface which makes it very simple to use.
 
So, if you are wondering where to start your spring-cleaning, this is the app for you!
 
 
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    Abhijit Kanjilal

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    nice app. thank you for introducing.

    India gets 'Stay Safer' feature on Google Maps
    Intending to keep users safe while they are riding in a taxi or driving by themselves, Google on Wednesday announced the roll-out of a new feature called "Stay Safer", first in India.
     
    The feature would alert Android users travelling in public vehicles if their drivers deviate more than 0.5 km from the suggested route on Google Maps. 
     
    The users' phones would buzz with a prominent notification which they would be able to tap on and see where they are compared to the original route. 
     
    "Through our extensive research across India, we found that a lot of people limit their mobility due to safety-related concerns. To address this, we are launching this India-first feature," said Amanda Bishop, Product Manager, Google Maps. 
     
    The feature would also allow users to choose to share the live trip with friends and family directly from that screen so they know and can keep track of the journey.
     
    Earlier in June, the feature was being tested exclusively in India. 
     
    For now, it remains unclear if users of Google Maps in other countries are also getting the "Stay Safer" feature or not. 
     
    Lately, Google has been updating Maps with a plethora of features including a speedometer and support for showing radar locations. 
     
    The company also launched three new public transport features including live train status, to help Map users in 10 of the largest cities in India to see bus travel times from live traffic, get live train status for Indian Railways and get mixed-mode commute suggestions that now combine auto-rickshaw and public transport.
     
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    Internet-connected devices put kids at greater risks
    Forget screen addiction as there is a new threat to keeping children safe in the digital era: Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
     
    According to researchers, children need protection when using programmable Internet computing devices in a digital world where everyday objects contain sensors and stream data to and from the Internet.
     
    The risks can include peer-to-peer abuse or bullying, dangers of abuse by adults, as well as risks related to the use, exploitation, commercialisation, or insecure management of any data the children generate by using the devices, warn Lancaster University scientists.
     
    Children are also getting hands-on -- using small-scale easy-to-programme devices such as the "BBC micro:bit" to experiment and get creative with digital technologies.
     
    Unless properly considered, Internet-connected devices can present risks to children and others around them.
     
    "Children who are learning to programme IoT devices still have critical gaps in their understanding of privacy and security," said doctor Bran Knowles from Lancaster University's school of computing and communications.
     
    In addition, parents may also lack technical understanding of IoT, which makes it difficult for them to help ensure their children are managing their privacy and keeping safe.
     
    "Formal training is available for online safety issues such as social media bullying and sexting, but, as yet, there is no IoT component to this curriculum," Knowles added.
     
    It is essential, therefore, that the designers of IoT devices anticipate the full spectrum of contexts in which children may use these devices and adopt strategies that will ensure they have properly considered, and mitigated, the potential safety and privacy risks to children and their families.
     
    "Our research provides a framework to help designers approach these critical risks with their own devices, while still enabling these devices to have enough functions activated so that they still provide a fun learning experience," she said.
     
    The team's methodology includes working with supervised groups of school children to explore a wide range of ways that young people may want to use Internet-connected computing devices.
     
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