Recent report from experts about the problem in some Android apps and the effect it did to the handset’s battery is already circulating. Some authorities are calling out the attention of the public to avoid using Android app like the Motoblur (specifically for Motorola users), as it was believed to cause poor performance for the phone and it drains the battery.
Also, some views and comments have already been suggested by technology enthusiasts to consider some relevant points to Android.
While many are complaining and experiencing disgust about the sluggish performance of some Android handsets due to problematic apps, it is also worthwhile to note the cause, effect and the possible solutions for this issue.
Firstly, I would like to agree on Amy Grahan’s special report on CNN that not all Android apps have the ability to run on the overwhelming diversity of Android handsets. With the current 100 Million different active devices and about 200, 000 available apps in Android Market, it is so gloomy that none of us do have a hint on which apps are applicable to a specific kind of Android device.
In effect, the users are left in “trial and error” method in downloading apps, which is risky for the handset. For that reason, immediate solutions are badly needed with this difficulty.
Minimum Requirement Lists?
It has been suggested that Android must provide a minimum requirement lists for the kind of apps that an Android user may download to his handset. It is for the fact that not all users are savvy in technology.
While there are apps that can cause poor handset functions, there are some good apps you can choose to boost better performance to your handset such as SpareParts that is all free and Droid Overclock for rooted phones.