Android games: tips to get the most out of it
Do you want to kill your free time when the only company you have is your Android phone? Did you know that Android games are the most interesting and fun things to fill up your phone? Read this article to know more about these games and their fun factors.
Android games are diversified into many categories; informational, educational, shooting games, puzzles, sports, racing, augmented reality games, location-based games and more. All of these types are available for both high-end and low-end Android phones.
There are low-spec games for those low-end models so you can enjoy them on your budget phones as well. This includes games with less graphic content that do not take up much space. It is also suitable for Android phones with low GPUs and a smaller screen size.
Both free and premium games are available in stores. Premium games are paid and freemiums are free games that often contain in-app purchases at certain levels. Therefore, it is advisable to monitor whether someone other than you (such as your child) is using your phone; don’t click on those purchase options without knowledge.
To enjoy the best high-quality graphics and well-designed gameplay, it’s best to get a high-end model with a bigger screen and a good GPU. You can even enjoy those high-quality gaming effects by boosting the performance of your low-spec, inexpensive Android phones.
The first and the simplest method to increase the performance of your low-end smartphone is to remove the apps that are running in the background before starting the game. You can also use various task killer apps for this. Most Android phones contain many applications that are not useful for the average user. These applications can be disabled, which in turn increases the performance of your phone.
All you need to do is go into settings, select ‘applications’, then select the applications to be disabled and click the ‘disable’ button. All these applications can be enabled in the future if you need them. Usually uninstalled applications or your internet browser often leave behind junk files. This cache data often reduces the performance of your phone. To clear this data, go to ‘settings’ and click on ‘storage option’, then select the cached data button and press OK.
Always opt for a class 10 SD card to increase the gaming performance of your phone. Using these SD cards will increase the read and write speed and thus reduce the loading time and other delays that any high graphics game would demand. Those rooted Android phones have more facilities to increase their performance. Background task killer apps work at their best only if they are on a rooted version of Android. Seeder software can be installed on a rooted Android phone, reducing lag when switching between apps.