Three Hidden Android Tricks

If you have been using an android device chances are that you have missed out on these Three Hidden Android Tricks that will change the way you interact with your phone.

Getting to know about these hidden features will let you get rid of third-party apps that have taken over for every little thing such as hiding apps on our phones.

Three Hidden Android Tricks

One Handed Mode

Let’s start with using the phone with one hand, Google built this mode to keep texting convenient even on bigger screens.

“One-handed mode is a feature that allows you to navigate your device more efficiently with one hand,” Google explained.

“When the one-handed mode is on, you can use one hand to pull down the top half of your screen and easily reach notifications, app content, and more.”

All you need to do is go to the Settings app, search for One-Handed Mode, and then turn it on. You can also add the feature to Quick Settings so you can activate it more easily.

To add it, swipe down twice from the top of your device then tap Edit. Drag One-Handed Mode into position and then you can find it just by swiping down from the top of your screen twice.

Hide your Apps

Google has designed Android to let you hide apps and Hiding apps won’t delete them from your Android phone.

It just means they don’t appear in their normal place when you’re browsing. And even if you search for the app using the launcher, it won’t be there.

To hide apps on your android phone, go into Settings and then look for your Home Screen section. Tap that and then scroll down until you see Hide Apps.

Now tap Hide Apps and choose the apps that you want to hide. You can also swipe up on the Home Screen to open the app launcher.

Then tap on the menu icon in the corner and go to Settings > Hide Apps. After that, the process is the same. You can unhide and re-hide apps at any time, and as often as you’d like.

Live Translation

Google offers a live translation feature with the help of its Translation app that lets you talk to someone in a foreign language.

Simply say something like “Hey Google, be my Spanish interpreter”. Google Assistant supports 44 different languages an incredibly useful feature.

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