Make a moveMoving video, music, photos and personal data between your mobile phone and your computer or other USB host device can be fast and convenient with a high-capacity microSD memory card reader. SanDisk’s versatile, flash microSD memory cards allow you to directly plug in a memory card for fast movement of your favorite mobile media. Direct plug-in means no card adapter is needed, and little time is spent transferring data. Plus, you get a smartphone with freed-up space without sacrificing the media that matters.
Get a memory boostIn today’s age of accessibility, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that limitations still exist. Once a smartphone has gotten its fill of music, photos, videos, apps and other data, it’s going to cry out for some attention. That attention could come in the form of additional memory. A memory card on your phone essentially acts like the hard drive on your PC, boosting the storage capacity for files and data. So if you must have your favorite tunes, pictures of the pooch and the latest games at your fingertips, then it’s worth checking into phones that are compatible with memory cards, like the Samsung Galaxy Note® 3, which supports microSD™ cards with up to 64 GB of extra storage.
Use it or lose itIf apps abound on your phone, it may be time to clean your mobile house. Much like the clothes you haven’t worn in a year, unused or underused apps can be a real drain on space and battery. If app overload is an ongoing issue, you might try observing a “one in, one out” rule. Every time you add a new app to your device, remove one that isn’t as necessary. Your phone will return the love by providing space for what’s really important. via
Step One:From your Gmail inbox type IN:UNREAD in the search box and press Enter. (This will highlight all of the unread emails in your inbox.)
Step Two:Click on the box in the upper-left corner of your inbox that lets you select different types of messages. Click the down arrow and choose ALL from the drop-down menu. Google will then give you an option to select all messages -- conversations via a link at the top of the page. Click the link that says "Select all xx,xxx conversations in inbox" (This action will select all of the unread messages in your inbox - not just all of the unread messages on the current page.)
Step Three:Now all of the unread messages in your inbox should be selected and highlighted. Click the More button above your inbox, choose Mark as read. Lastly, click OK on the confirmation pop-up window to confirm your decision to mark each and every e-mail in your inbox as read. Viola! Your email inbox is now nice, clear and clean! I'm so proud of my now, clean inbox - I had to screenshot my inbox victory.
Do you have any tips or tricks to keep your inbox neat and organized? Share your advice below.
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