So we would like Google to end bloatware on Android

So we would like Google to end bloatware on Android


When we open a cell phone, one of the main problems we face is the space available. This space is much smaller than what appears on the label, and much of this is due to a culprit, known as bloatware.

Bloatware, the number one enemy of cell phones

By definition, bloatware is any software that you do not use for us. In short, we can say that it is bloatware any application that for us is in the cell phone "filler".


When we buy a new cell phone, it is normal to have much less space than advertised on the box. While it is true that part of this loss is inevitable (for the operating system, for example) there is a generous amount occupied by applications.

It is one of the reasons why many people enjoy pure Android, and is that these phones only include basic applications, plus some applications from Google. Yes, of all Google applications, many of them are also considered as bloatware but if we consider that they are also available on all Android phones, in the end it is "less bad."

At one point, some customization layers include the manufacturer's own applications that play the same role as Google, resulting in a large number of duplicate applications.

Microsoft had an interesting idea

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It's not a new concept, nor a new phone that gave us the reason, but part of the idea emerged from the only Android phone sold at the Microsoft store. We are talking about the Samsung Galaxy S8 in its Microsoft version.

This phone does not have many differences with the Galaxy S8 that we all know. However, there is a little curiosity, and it is when you first connect to a WiFi network that starts downloading one by one all Microsoft applications. That's a great idea?

This is how all Android installations should be

Well, not exactly because even if applications are not preinstalled on our phone, when they are installed after connecting to Wi-Fi for the first time, they end up occupying a space we do not want.

Something about which I liked a lot Xiaomi Mi A1 when I analyzed this is what; although it has brought pre-installed Google apps; He gave the option in the initial setup to install the Xiaomi remote control application.

On the other hand, Google and Xiaomi have presented an interesting way to end the bloatware that maybe the big G starts to impose.

So, when we install a program on a computer, we have the option of typical installation and custom installation Android should only include the essential applications for the user and in the Initial configuration asked us if we want to perform a typical installation (download all bloatware ) or choose which manufacturer applications we want to have as a specialized mode type.

Do you think Google should start thinking about this strategy to impose it on its partners? For my part, it would be a fantastic option that would save us many problems when buying cell phones that even the space they did not include was less than we expected.


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