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OMG: What, our smartphone apps destroying mobile phones

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New Delhi: Nowadays, almost everyone uses smartphone for their convenience. At every second, several apps are being installed without having a proper knowledge about them. There are such apps that pretend to complete our required function but they are causing damage in various ways.

Your phone would also be having such apps who are not listening to your commands properly even if they are in your smartphone.

 

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While using an app if you skipped an advertisement and it is not being skipped so understand that app is dangerous to use. Today we will tell you the list of few hazardous app. If you have such apps then delete them instantly.

CLEANit- People carry CLEANit app in order to delete the junk files. This app, which deletes cache and removes the junk files, actually makes your phone slow and weakens your battery.

 

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This app deletes cache after which it immediately starts making cache again which reduces your battery percentage and you have to charge them all over again and again.

UC Browser- UC browser is the most popular app that is used in India. This app claims fast browsing but meanwhile it also slows your processing. Due to fast browsing, it makes a lot of cache files in your phone which leads the phone to get hang.

 

These smartphone apps are literally destroying your phones ‘smartly’:

 

UC browser also leaks your private data. UC Browser can literally steal your personal information.

 

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Flashlight- Flashlight brings up unwanted malware in your mobile. As well as reduces your battery percentage. If you are fed up of charging your phone again and again then uninstall this app immediately.

Antivirus App- Antivirus App do nothing except for filling your memory. If you are downloading any app from the third party other than Google Play then this app cannot stop the malware coming from that app.

 

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Call Record Pro- Call Recording apps also works as a carrier who bring virus to your phone because of which your phone starts processing very slow.

Shareit- ShareIt fills your phone with lots of unwanted virus. And it is also in the eyes of India Government as it leaks private data.

 

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Gulam Bodi sentenced to five years in prison

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Former Proteas batsman Gulam Body has been sentenced to five years in prison for his role in a match-fixing scandal, which rocked South African cricket in 2015.

The 40-year-old had pleaded guilty to eight counts of corruption in 2018, admitting to being a link between players – mostly his teammates at the Lions – and bookies during the 2015 Ram Slam T20 competition.

Bodi, who played two ODIs and one T20I, was charged under the Act after being banned by Cricket South Arica for 20 years for his role in the 2015 Ram Slam T20 scandal. The CSA, however, said none of the fixtures were affected by fixing after the plans to fix matches were foiled.

He was initially banned from all cricket-related activities for 20 years, while the other players involved – Jean Symes, Lonwabo Tsotsobe, Pumelela Matshikwe, Ethy Mbhalati and Thami Tsolekile – also received suspensions which effectively ended their playing careers.

According to reports, the 40-year-old pleaded guilty to eight counts of corruption relating to sporting activities, and begged the court for mercy after he was told he could be jailed for as many as 15 years. The sentencing was delayed on several occasions – at one point because his lawyer withdrew from the case due to Bodi’s lack of funds.

The report further said that according to court documents, Bodi had been approached by Indian “bookmakers” as early as 2014.

Bodi’s prison sentence is the highest sanction received by a South African sports personality in relation with match-fixing.

His scandal followed some 15 years after the high-profile one involving late former Proteas captain, Hansie Cronje, who was handed a life-long ban for his actions, but escaped criminal prosecution.

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