The same feeling goes through us every time we all get a new smartphone. If we buy it online, we unbox it, some of us even record the experience for
The Shanghai Consumer Rights Protection Commission has announced they are taking legal action against Samsung and Oppo over practice of installing bloatware
The hopeful promise that Samsung was doing away with their bloatware applications for the Galaxy S6 is unfortunately an empty one, with no less than 56 pre-installed applications on the
Over the years, phone manufacturers have put more and more pre-installed applications on every new device with no ability to remove them. It got to the point where it would not only
You no longer have to put up with Samsung’s bloatware messaging app, ChatOn. The South Korean tech firm has decided to discontinue the messenger service from 1st February, 2015. While
Do you like bloatware? I don’t like bloatware. No one likes bloatware. So why do we have bloatware? Well luckily, Android Lollipop is going to make it easier to control
Sprint is Americas second provider when it comes to bloatware, just one step behind Verizon. It doesn’t load it up with freaking Bing, but they do add all kinds of bloatware, no matter whether users think it’s useful or not. But they do update their phones.
The masses have spoken. Last week Vodafone pushed out an update to their Desire handset and anxious subscribers gobbled it up, assuming it was Android 2.2. Instead, it was a modified version of Android 2.1 replete with a bunch of Vodafone 360 branded apps and services. Needless to say, people got slightly mad. So they took to their complaints direct the carrier’s front door. Vodafone has decided to adopt a different strategy going forward.
So you just bought yourself a brand new Samsung Captivate. You are finding that you love just about everything except for say, fifteen preloaded AT&T titles. Yeah. There are a