The appearance of the novel coronavirus has brought into worldwide attention the importance of keeping a clean phone free from germs, as it can easily become a transmitter of germs and infection. Most of health guidelines against the virus suggest keeping your hands clean and not touching your face, but actually your smartphone’s metal, glass or plastic surfaces can host the virus for up to 9 days!

  • First, don’t panic about it: Germs can be successfully eliminated by disinfecting a phone’s surface with an alcohol solution or wipes over its screen and nonporous exterior surfaces, avoiding getting moisture in any of the openings.

  • Most smartphones come with a microfiber cloth which most of us forget about after a couple of weeks of getting a new model. Remember to keep it and use it to wipe your gadget with a mix of 40/60 alcohol-to-water and slightly dampen the soft cloth in it.

  • If you’re using your phone to make constant calls, it means your face is more in contact with bacteria than you think. One way to avoid this is to use call-capable earbuds or earphones, which will keep your phone, and potentially harmful germs, safely away from your face.

  • Remember that washing your hands regularly with soap is still one of the most efficient ways to keep yourself - and your phone - free of germs. Also, try to keep your phone away from places like your kitchen sink, dinner table and your bathroom - we’re serious, don’t take your phone to the bathroom with you!

  • Ensure your phone is germ-free just as you would your hands and face. Time to clean it from the outside as often as possible and make your device a place where viruses and bacteria won’t want to grow. Do you keep your phone as clean on the outside as you do on the inside? Food for thought!

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Keeping Your Phone Germ-Free!


Each year, the best smartphones are the ones that offer you everything you want from a mobile device; that includes cameras that deliver amazing photographs, enough battery to last the whole day and the required performance you need to multitask on different apps. However, with the large variety of options in the market you might wonder which is the best option. Let’s take a look at the best releases so far:

  • iPhone 13 Pro Max: Its new 6.7-inch ProMotion display is second than none, and with the state-of-the-art A15 Bionic chip and 12-hour battery life it’s made to deliver the best performance quality. Additionally, the improved sensors on the cameras capture more light and bring even more quality to pictures than ever before.

  • Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra: This astonishing big-screen phone features a 6.8-inch AMOLED display and a dual telephoto cameras, with 3x and 10x optical zoom. However, the new model follows Apple’s trend of not including a charger in its box or a microSD card.

  • Google Pixel 5a: This one is the best smartphone under $500 available in the market, as it offers spectacular cameras for its budget. Moreover, it has a solid 43 -inch OLED and a 6GB RAM.

  • OnePlus 9 Pro: With the help of Swedish camera manufacturer Hasselblad, the OnePlus 9 Pro features numerous lenses that capture pictures in a superior manner than other smartphones. It also features a dynamically adjusting 7-inch AMOLED display that scales between 1 and 120Hz.

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Have you ever wished you could send that text or change the song you’re listening to while doing the dishes or while cooking without touching your smartphone’s screen so you don’t get it wet or dirty? Well, Google is currently working on a technology that will allow you to control it with just your face!

It has been reported that the US tech giant is working on a new accessibility feature that lets users manage their gadgets using nothing but their facial expressions, something that will also bring many advantages to people with disabilities. While earlier versions of Google’s Android software had already implemented voice access, they want to take it to the next level by setting facial gestures to specific controls in your phone.

Some of the possible gestures that the setting will include are smiling, looking right, left, up or down and opening your mouth, which will be captured by the smartphone’s front camera to be used as commands to go to the homepage, scroll backwards and forward, skip the song you’re listening to on Spotify or to select a specific button.

Nonetheless, this feature will reportedly need the device’s camera to be switched on while it’s activated, which means it will take its toll on the phone’s battery if you use it for prolonged periods of time. We will have to wait and see what Google has planned for this issue in the coming months while it’s in beta mode.

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