Google Nexus 4 – tips and tricks

The Google Nexus 4 is the latest flagship handset from Google, manufactured by LG. The Nexus line is renowned for introducing the original Android operating system, without any skins on top, and it was widely expected that the latest Nexus 4 is likely to do good. With an unbeatable price tag of $300 from the Google Play Store as well as a slew of new features and hardware improvements, such as the introduction of the Nvidia Tegra 3 processor and 2 GB of RAM, the Nexus 4 packs a very strong punch when it comes to power and performance. SO, if you own a Nexus 4, you’d probably be wondering about some of the cool stuff that you can do with your device. Well, here are some of the best things that you can do:

Google Nexus 4

Google Nexus 4

  • Resolve the memory issue

Mostly, many people have issues with the 8 GB, 16 GB or the 32 GB handset memory. So, if you are one of those people who tend to carry a lot of data around in your handset, there are numerous ways by which you can resolve your memory related issues. First off, check out cloud computing options such as Box and Dropbox. Microsoft Sky Drive is a viable alternative too. These options will allow you to upload data directly to your cloud storage, and will then allow you to download the files anywhere and anytime that you need to use them.

  • The Swipe option

The Google Keyboard was heavily criticized, and in the latest Android interface, the latest Google Keyboard update is by far one of the best features available. Not only does the keyboard rapidly enhance your typing experience by introducing highly accurate prediction text, but it also introduces a completely new form of typing: Swiping. Swiping was first made popular by Swype, a third party Android Keyboard. However, now Google has introduced this technology, introducing the function to swipe in its standard keyboards. Swipe is not only fast and efficient, it also makes typing that much easier.

  • Quick Settings

If you just have to turn Wi FI on/ off or access standard settings such as Airplane Mode, etc. the best option to do so would be to just slide your finger from the top of the screen towards the bottom, and a drop down menu will come down. There, you can easily access all of your settings!

 

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Urvi Patel

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She has been working Pixion Creative since 2008 focusing on SEO tactics, social media marketing, blogging. She writes how-tos, helps about smart phones, tablets and apps at PhonesAppsTabs. Find her on Google+ , Twitter

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