If you delete one app from your Android phone, you could see your more battery life jump by up to 20% – and your phone boosted up to ramming speed.
Sadly, if you’re hoping we’re going to say something useless like Google Plus, you’re out of luck – the battery-drainer and life-sapper is Facebook.
Many phone users would, obviously, rather cut their right hands off than lose Facebook – but doing so seems to offer your battery a major boost.
The trick was first noticed by Android Central writer Russell Holly – but has since been tested by various Redditors and tech writers.
Many report that battery life goes up by 20% just from removing the app, and there are lots of anecdotal reports of boosted speeds, too.
The good news is that Facebook Messenger isn’t quite so bad – so if you DO decide to ditch the main app, you can run Messenger, and just stay logged in to Facebook on Chrome.