5 Best Apps to Free Up Space on Android

5 Best Apps to Free Up Space on Android is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

In this guide we’ll share a list of the best apps to free up space on Android. While most devices come with a microSD slot to expand storage, running out of space is still a problem for millions of users. However, a few simple steps and helpful apps can clean up your phone and give you some space back.

Whether you download big apps and games or have tons of photos and HD video, storage space can quickly run out. When it does, your phone might start to misbehave or become unresponsive. Or, at the very least, slow down and offer a poor experience.

Read: How to Copy Files from Android to Mac

And while there are a few easy ways to free up space yourself, a lot of people don’t know what to do. If you don’t know what apps to remove or how to clear the cache, we’re here to help. Below we’ve found some safe and effective apps to help free up space on your Android phone.

Best Apps to Free Up Space on Android

Whether you’re running out of storage or you just want to clean out your phone before the new year, this is how. It’s also a good idea to run apps like what we’ve detailed below for big updates like the upcoming Android 8.0 Oreo release. Giving your phone a fresh start and making room for the update files.

It’s important to use apps that actually work, and come from trusted name brands. Otherwise, you could install something that slows down your phone or even give you malware and viruses. Android cleaner apps can be very helpful, and these are some worth trying.

CCleaner for Android

If you’ve ever used CCleaner on your desktop computer or laptop you know exactly what to expect. CCleaner is a trusted brand, and their app serves multiple purposes on Android. From deleting old unwanted files, clearing the cache, removing old WhatsApp files, downloads, browser history, app data and more. Then, it safely monitors your phone and lets you know what’s taking up space, or if anything is acting up.

If there are old files from WhatsApp, Snapchat, or even something you downloaded forever ago and never gets used, CCleaner will delete it. Whenever you update an app or get a software update, residual files get left behind. That’s where CCleaner comes to the rescue. It knows what can and can’t be removed, and does all the heavy lifting for you. Basically, it quickly and easily reclaims your phones storage space.

For those that don’t know, cache files are leftovers from apps and software updates. Every time you watch a video on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, or browse the web, files get temporarily saved. One of the easiest ways to free up space is by clearing the cache for YouTube or your favorite social media app.

CCleaner will safely speed up your phone and remove junk files. You can even delete call logs or text message history one at a time, or in batches. Give it a try today.

Download – CCleaner for Android

Clean Master

Another great app for taking back control of your Android phone’s storage is Clean Master. In fact, the system maintenance tools on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 use Clean Master, so download this app with confidence.

Clean Master works like CCleaner, but it’s actually more powerful. Now that Cheetah Mobile owns the app, it has some ads and bloatware, so I don’t use it as much as I did a few years ago. However, it’s still one of the best and most effective ways to clean up your phone.

It doesn’t just clean up your device, it also optimizes it for the best possible performance, finds duplicate apps or photos and gives you the option to delete them, and has a built-in antivirus and malware detector. And with over 40 million reviews on the Google Play Store, you know it’s doing something right.

Clean Master will remove junk files, clear the cache, download and browser history, call logs, and manage your photos and videos. We also like the built-in memory and battery manager, which detects apps using too much battery and quickly closes them. It’s a full-featured app we recommend downloading if your phone is running slow.

Download – Clean Master

Google Photos

Thousands of photos and hundreds of 1080p or even 4K video is also a huge reason for storage issues on Android phones and tablets. One of the easiest ways to free up space on your phone is to download and use Google Photos.

Not only does Google Photos offer unlimited photo backup, but it will automatically backup all your images and video too. It’s all safely stored in the cloud, available everywhere, that way you can delete hundreds of photos from your phone. Instantly getting tons of space back. Additionally, Google Photos has a “free up space” option that backs up then removes new photos, or deletes duplicates for you.

Google Photos has amazing editing tools, automatic filters or effects, and much more. Take advantage of everything it has to offer and free up space at the same time.

Download – Google Photos

Avast Cleanup & Boost

Another company you probably know and trust is Avast. They’re one of the leading free anti-virus programs for PC and Mac, but they also have some great apps for Android. Avast Cleanup & Booster is one more we can recommend without hesitation.

Avast is a highly effective junk and file cleaning app for Android. The overall ideas and designs are similar to Clean Master. However, they use their antivirus deep-scan technology to use for scanning storage and intelligently helping users get the most from their phone. The deep analysis also offers tips for keeping your phone clean and cutting down on junk files.

Basically, Avast Cleanup will keep your phone free of junk, alert you when it’s time to run another scan, and does all the heavy lifting for you. If you’ve ever enjoyed Avast on a PC, give this a try.

Download – Avast Cleanup & Boost

Files Go (by Google)

A newcomer to this list is an app from Google called Files Go. It’s unlike anything else on this list but does many of the same things. Files Go has a simple to understand and easy to use interface for keeping your phone clean.

With Files Go you can manage any and all files in one place, sort them by the source or where they came from, then remove anything you don’t need. It will offer suggestions for files, apps, cache, junk, bloatware, and even social media files on your phone.

You’ll love the smart cleaning recommendations, file cloud backup support, and the option to send encrypted files to friends or family. Yeah, there’s a hidden feature that lets you send and receive files almost instantly with other Android devices. It’s like a simplified version of Clean Master without all the ads.

Download – Files Go

Final Thoughts

And finally, it’s always a good idea to manually manage your phone every once in a while. Go through and delete old text messages, clear your call log, and uninstall apps you no longer use. We also recommend booting into recovery mode and clearing the cache for your entire phone.

If that sounds a bit confusing, just use the apps we’ve detailed here to do the work for you. A few honorary mentions go out to apps like Duplicate Contacts & Utilities, History Eraser, or Startup Manager.

Read: How to Check for Updates on Android

In closing, you probably noticed we didn’t include any task killers on this list. While some of those can delete unwanted files after use, most of them just close all running apps on your phone. Yes, this will speed up your phone for a moment, but Android handles all that for you. Task Managers end up wasting more battery life and are counterproductive.

With that all said, try some of the apps above to take back control of your phone. Reclaim your storage space and improve performance and battery life at the same time.

5 Best Apps to Free Up Space on Android is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

How to Boot the Galaxy S8 into Recovery Mode

How to Boot the Galaxy S8 into Recovery Mode is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

In this guide we’ll show you how to boot the Galaxy S8 into recovery mode or download mode. For those that don’t know, these are two very important modes for troubleshooting or fixing problems. We’ll talk about what these modes are for, what they do, and how to use them when you need to.

Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are two impressive phones, but they’re not perfect. Whether you’re experiencing problems or are trying to restore files with SmartSwitch, you’ll need these modes.

Read: 17 Common Galaxy S8 Problems & How to Fix Them

Recovery mode allows you to factory reset the phone if it’s unresponsive or acting up. In recovery, you can also boot into safe mode, or clear the cache which solves a lot of small problems. Especially after software updates. Then, with download mode, you can flash files or new firmware with Samsung’s Odin or Smart Switch tools. Watch our video below to boot into both. This works on the Galaxy S8+ as well.

Before we begin, it’s worth noting that the Galaxy S8 doesn’t have a physical home button like older devices. In the past, the home button was what you used to boot into recovery mode. As a result, owners need to learn this new method.

How to Boot into Recovery Mode on the Galaxy S8

To boot the S8 into recovery mode you’ll start by turning it off, then by holding down a certain button combination. Read the entire process before you start, otherwise, you’ll likely do a normal boot, and have to start over.

  • Press and hold the power button and turn off the Galaxy S8
  • Once it’s off, press and hold down the Bixby button, volume UP, then the power button
  • Let go of the power button once the phone comes on, but keep holding down Bixby and volume up
  • Once you see the Blue Android screen you can let go of the rest of the buttons

After it boots up just wait a moment. When the phone doesn’t receive any commands or files, it will boot into recovery mode. Or, press the bixby button to go right to Recovery. Now, you’ll see an odd old-school screen with a few commands at the top right of the screen similar to what’s shown above.

From here, you can navigate up or down with the volume keys, and the power button will select the option that’s highlighted. Be very careful not to accidentally select factory data reset, as this will erase your entire phone. 

Once in Recovery, you can apply update files from ADB or an SD card using instructions from popular sites like XDA developers. If you don’t know what ADB means, don’t mess with any of these options.

The most popular reason for booting to recovery is to wipe the cache partition. This clears out temporary files (like big downloads for recent updates) and will erase old Android 7.0 or 8.0 update files. Often times this fixes problems users experience after updates and frees up space on your Galaxy S8.

You can also reboot the bootloader, reboot normal, or power off the phone from here. Proceed with caution.

How to Boot into Download Mode on the Galaxy S8

Next, we’ll explain download mode, which uses a similar method but for different reasons. The only difference is you use volume DOWN, instead of up, and you let go of everything all at once. Here’s how to boot into download mode on the Galaxy S8.

  • Press and hold the power button then turn off the Galaxy S8
  • Once it’s off, press and hold down the Bixby button, volume DOWN, then the power button
  • Once the phone quickly boots you can let go of all the buttons
  • Press volume up to continue into download mode, then flash with Odin or SmartSwitch

As you can see the process is almost the same. We’re simply using volume DOWN to open download mode. From here you can quickly flash the latest software or recover a broken phone using Samsung’s Odin tool, or flash files from SmartSwitch.

A lot of custom software, mods, and other tools online use Download mode. So, now you know how to easily access both on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Again, just be careful while you’re doing these tasks. To get out of download mode push power and volume down for seven seconds. The same steps for rebooting a frozen Galaxy S8.

While you’re here, take a look at these common Galaxy S8 problems and how to fix them. A few of our suggestions recommend booting into Recovery and wiping the cache partition. Now that you know how everything else is a breeze. Drop us a comment below with any questions or concerns.

How to Boot the Galaxy S8 into Recovery Mode is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

10 Best Photo Gallery Apps for Android

10 Best Photo Gallery Apps for Android is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

These are the best photo gallery apps for Android that will deliver an improved experience. You can replace the stock Gallery app on your phone with one that offers more features, a clean interface, or speedy performance. With that in mind, these are the apps for Android you need to know about.

Whether you want to sort your pictures, hide them, or just have a clean and fast gallery for viewing images, these are your best bet. As you know, Android is highly customizable, and that includes the option to try dozens of 3rd party gallery apps to replace what comes on your phone.

Read: How to Get Free Ringtones for Android with these Apps

Out of the box, most Android devices have one main photo gallery app, and sometimes even two. Like Samsung’s Gallery or Google Photos. And while both of those have plenty of controls and features, they aren’t your only option. So, whether you’re having problems or just want something different, we have you covered.

The problem these days is most users have tons of photos from different sources, or multiple folders all named “Camera” from past devices. Every time you upgrade your phone and transfer photos, another folder gets created. In the end, your photo collection turns into a confusing mess that’s scattered everywhere and not in order.

If you’re like me and see a mess in your gallery of camera photos, screenshots, downloads, message photos, Snapchat, videos, and more folders, you’ll want to consider using a new gallery app for Android.

Best Gallery Apps for Android

  • Google Photos
  • A+ Gallery
  • Focus Gallery
  • QuickPik
  • Gallery Vault
  • Piktures
  • F-Stop Gallery
  • Gallery
  • Foto Gallery
  • Photo Gallery HD + Editor

This list has some of the best photo gallery apps for Android that we’ve personally tried. Most of them are free, although some have in-app purchases that offer more features or controls. Our list is in no particular order, as they’re all worth trying and all have different features or functions to fit any users needs.

Check out the list above, then continue to the slideshow below for more details about each gallery app, how they work, and links to download one today.

Google Photos

Google Photos

First on our list is Google Photos, and that's mainly because most of you probably use it anyways, whether you realize it or not. It's preinstalled on tons of Android phones or tablets. And if you don't use Google Photos, we recommend giving it a try as it's filled with extra features, auto-correction tools, options for editing, and saves every single photo you ever take. 

Google Photos is a cloud storage system. That means every photo you snap gets uploaded to the cloud and saved for later. If you ever lose your phone or it gets stolen/damaged, you don't lose all your precious photos, videos, and life moments too. 

There's no limit on how many photos or videos you upload either. You have unlimited space, as long as you allow Google to compress the file size. And while this means professional shots might lose some quality, for the most part, the compressed size is still more than enough for almost everyone. Especially if you're just uploading them to Facebook or social media. However, you can select full HD backups, but then you'll have a space limit. Personally, I use unlimited compressed backups. 

Additionally, Google Photos is extremely powerful. It lists everything by date, so you can always find what you're looking for if you know when you took the photo. If not, try searching for hats, bikinis, photos of dogs, family photos, or "cars" and Google's intelligent system will display any photo that matches that criteria. It's pretty impressive how good this works. 

You can tap the 3-lines in the corner and view albums, delete things one at a time or mass delete, or even pinch to zoom to change the view method. See large previews, or pinch to view hundreds of small thumbnails to see more at once. You can instantly create videos from your photos, let Google make a video for you, rediscover old memories, or order a hardback photo book all inside the app in seconds. 

Seriously, if you don't use Google Photos to at least safely backup your photos, you're missing out. 

Download Google Photos

10 Best Photo Gallery Apps for Android is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

How to Disable Galaxy Note 8 Automatic App Updates

How to Disable Galaxy Note 8 Automatic App Updates is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

This guide explains how to disable automatic app updates on the Galaxy Note 8 and why you might want to. Automatic updates take place behind the scenes and you don’t get notifications every day that they’re available. However, you also don’t know what’s changing, when, or how those changes may impact your device.

When you first get the Galaxy Note 8 there will be dozens of apps that need updates. Then, as you continue to use the device and download apps or games, more updates will surface.

Read: How to Delete Your Note 8 Browser History 

There are a few important reasons you might want to manually control updates on your smartphone. Turning off automatic updates can help the Galaxy Note 8 use less mobile data. You’ll know what’s going on with your device, and see changelogs before accepting the update. It can also help keep the phone’s notification center organized.

How to Disable Galaxy Note 8 Automatic App Updates

In case you didn’t know, there are actually two app stores that update automatically on most Galaxy Note 8 phones. The Google Play Store and Samsung Galaxy Apps. We can quickly manage and disable automatic updates on both platforms.

First, we’ll explain the Google Play Store as it gets updates the most. Then, move on to Samsung’s Galaxy App store.

Google Play Updates

  • Find and open the Google Play Store on your home screen or app tray
  • Tap the top left (3-lines) menu button where it says “Google Play”
  • Select Settings from the slide-out menu

  • Under General settings click Auto-update apps
  • Now select one of the three options

From here you can choose between do not auto-update apps, auto-update apps at any time (enabled by default) or auto-update apps over Wi-Fi only. Choose the option that works best for you. Select do not auto-update apps to get rid of automatic updates.

Keep in mind that if you keep auto turned on, the Google Play Store can quickly use up your monthly data limit. Especially if big games or lots of apps get updates. Not to mention you won’t be aware of any potential changes. If that’s not a concern and you want to get rid of the notifications, select to update apps over Wi-Fi only. We recommend most users select update over Wi-Fi only. This means you don’t have to do anything, and won’t worry about data usage.

While you’re in the Google Play Store settings menu, the second setting automatically adds app icons to the home screen after downloads. Uncheck the box to turn this off and keep your phone clean and organized.

We turn auto-updates off. That way I know what’s new, what’s changing, and what to look for. Instead of just being surprised when my favorite apps or games change at a moments notice.

Galaxy App Store Updates

As we said above, don’t forget about the Samsung Galaxy App Store. Most of the special features or camera enhancements you love on the Galaxy Note 8 come from the Galaxy App Store. These include the Always-on display, Edge apps panel, Samsung’s browser, add-on camera features, and the S-Pen suite.

Samsung improves these over time, so it’s good to keep these turned on. However, the same rules apply to not knowing what’s changing. It’s worth noting that some carrier models of the Note 8 do not have the Galaxy App Store. If you don’t see it in the app tray, skip this area, and you’re all done. Otherwise, here’s how to disable automatic app updates on the Samsung side.

  • Find and open Galaxy Apps in the app tray
  • Tap the (3-lines) menu button near the top right of the screen
  • Select Settings from the pop-up menu
  • Click the first option labeled Auto-update apps
  • Now select Turn Off or choose from the options

Samsung’s Galaxy App store only updates apps when you’re on a WiFi connection, like at home, so data usage isn’t a concern. Then, you have the choice between letting apps update whenever and wherever, or turning them off completely.

If you turn them off, you’ll get notifications occasionally regarding app updates, and will get to manually choose what you do and don’t update.

Turn off auto-update on both the Google and Galaxy app stores to have full control over your device.

Other Details

Keep in mind that if you disable auto updates on both stores, you’ll get notifications almost daily that apps have updates available, which is frustrating at times. You need to choose between constant notifications or apps updating on their own. If so, follow the same steps above and turn automatic updates back on. We recommend settings both to update over Wi-Fi only, to ensure you don’t use your monthly data limit.

Remember, if you enable auto-update you won’t know what’s new or about changes in your favorite apps. You’ll simply notice changes to popular apps like Facebook, YouTube, or even games you enjoy. It’s all a personal preference, so choose what works best for you. While you’re here, take a peek at these 25 best Galaxy Note 8 cases.

How to Disable Galaxy Note 8 Automatic App Updates is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

8 Common Galaxy Note 8 Keyboard Problems & Fixes

8 Common Galaxy Note 8 Keyboard Problems & Fixes is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.

In this guide we’ll detail some of the most common Galaxy Note 8 keyboard problems and offer tips to fix them. Samsung’s Galaxy keyboard has a lot to offer and plenty to like, but it’s not perfect. Here’s what to know about these issues.

While there are dozens of replacement keyboards for Android, most Galaxy Note 8 users stick with the keyboard that comes pre-installed. And while it has lots of neat customization options, it’s frustrating when words don’t capitalize or you get extra spaces in sentences.

Read: How to Reset a Frozen Galaxy Note 8

If you’re experiencing issues while typing on the Galaxy Note 8, you’re not alone. We’re seeing complaints about the Note 8 keyboard freezing, lag, capitalization issues, and problems with autocorrect.

Other complaints suggest punctuation doesn’t always work or the keyboard simply won’t show up at all. We’ll help you fix these problems or explain settings you can change to avoid them.

Galaxy Note 8 Keyboard Not Capitalizing

The biggest issue we’re seeing is the Galaxy Note 8 keyboard doesn’t always capitalize words or names, especially at the beginning of a sentence. Furthermore, some state it auto-corrects letters to lowercase, which is frustrating.

Read: How to Fix Galaxy Note 8 AutoCorrect Problems

By default, the keyboard should automatically capitalize the first word of any sentence. The first potential solution is making sure you didn’t turn off the auto capitalization feature. Here’s where to look. Head to Settings > General Management > Language & input > On-screen keyboard > Samsung Keyboard and look through the list of options. The 3rd option is what you’re looking for, as shown below.

Enable auto capitalization if it’s not already on. If it is, something else is wrong. If so, you’ll want to clear the cache for the keyboard, which we’ll explain in our next category. We’ve also heard downloading a secondary keyboard from Google Play, switching to it, and back to Samsung’s fixes a lot of little problems.

Galaxy Note 8 Keyboard Not Showing Up at All

Apparently, the Galaxy Note 8 keyboard simply won’t show up at all sometimes, which is a problem Galaxy S8 users are experiencing too. There’s no way to fix this in settings either, as it should just work. It’s basically a software glitch, and we have two steps that should fix it.

For almost any keyboard problem your first step is a quick reboot of the phone. Press and hold the power button and hit Restart. When the phone reboots the keyboard should go back to full working order.

Next, if the keyboard is still missing try clearing the cache for the keyboard application. Head to Settings > Apps > All Apps > Samsung Keyboard and tap Force Stop. You can also click on Storage, then clear the keyboard data and cache. This might delete your saved dictionary, but you’ll get the keyboard back. We’re also hearing this fixes a lot of other problems when you can’t change something in settings.

And finally, there’s a similar glitch where instead of not showing up some will see the keyboard, but it’s completely frozen. Nothing works. Again, try rebooting your phone or clearing the cache.

Galaxy Note 8 AutoCorrect Fails

Your Galaxy Note 8 should learn from your typing habits over time, and gradually get more accurate when it comes to autocorrect or word predictions. For some, it’s not learning at all, or if it is, autocorrect ruins perfectly normal words. With my Galaxy Note 8, when I type “to/too”, “home” and “come”, occasionally I’ll get “top”, “hone”, and “cone” instead. That’s an autocorrect fail if I’ve ever seen one. Here’s how to fix it.

Follow the steps we mentioned earlier and head back to the Samsung Keyboard settings menu. Scroll down and tap on Predictive text. Don’t turn it on or off with the switch, tap the option instead. Now, uncheck “Auto Replace”. This way the phone will still predict words for you, and show them above the keyboard, but it won’t replace them automatically.

This way you won’t get the aggressive autocorrect, but the suggestions still populate above the keyboard.

Keyboard Predictions Not Appearing

However, sometimes those predictions and autocorrections don’t even show up. Irritating, we know. When the keyboard knows what you want while you type, it makes life easier. Here’s how to fix it if you’re not seeing those helpful predictions. This will also fix the problem where after a prediction you get a weird double-space in your sentence.

Head to the same Settings > General Management > Language & input > On-screen Keyboard > Samsung and look through the settings list. Make sure “Predictive Text” is enabled, and try toggling it off and back on. Sometimes it just gets stuck. Also, try tapping on Predictive Text and making sure you didn’t uncheck the “auto-replace” options.

And finally, you’ll also see “Auto spacing” in this menu, which inserts a space automatically after you add a word using predictive text. When you choose a predicted word or hit spacebar to use the highlighted word, the software adds a space for you. Then, you added a space yourself out of habit. That’s where the double-space is coming from.

Disable auto spacing or turn off predictive text completely. Some love it, while others feel it only slows them down.

Galaxy Note 8 Keyboard Lag

Another common problem is lag while you’re tying. Basically, the keyboard lags behind and struggles to keep up. It’s not freezing, but it’s getting close. This usually fixes itself, but if not, try this.

We know Samsung is working on a big bug fixing update for December, and hopefully keyboard lag is part of it. That said, there is another one trick that should fix it, and potentially any other problem you’re experiencing.

Go into Settings > General Management > Language & Input > On-screen Keyboard > Samsung Keyboard and scroll to the very bottom. Now, select “Reset to Default Settings” and then tap the “Reset keyboard settings” option too. This will revert any and all changes you’ve made to the keyboard. So while it might ruin some of the settings we explained above, it will fix the frustrating lag. If not, you’re stuck waiting for Samsung to issue an update.

Furthermore, there’s an option in here to clear all personalized data too. Which might fix some of those other pesky problems we’re hearing about.

Missing Keyboard Sounds

Keyboard sounds are a nice little confirmation that you’ve hit the button you want, and most owners like them. However, a lot of people disable this option in settings too. Or, you did by accident and now don’t know why your keyboard isn’t making noises while you type.

To change this you need to head to your phone’s settings, not the keyboard settings we mentioned earlier. So, go to Settings > Sounds & Vibrations > and scroll down the Keyboard sound. Make sure this isn’t turned off. Flip the switch on, and your keyboard sounds should come back. If not, try a reboot or wiping all the data as we mentioned in our last category.

Another potential reason for this is your phone is in silent mode. Yes, this affects the keyboard sounds too. Press the volume up button and make sure your Note 8 isn’t in silent mode. Or vibrate only mode.

Galaxy Note 8 Swipe & Typing Problems

If you’re experiencing random problems in general, or are having a hard time swiping to type on the Galaxy Note 8, there are a few different potential reasons. First, make sure swipe or gesture typing is turned on in your keyboard settings.

However, the number one problem with typing on the Galaxy Note 8 is because of your screen protector. Do you have a screen protector on the Note 8? With a curved screen, some of these accessories don’t fit perfectly and leave little gaps on the screen. As a result, some swipes or taps don’t register. You think it’s the keyboard, but it’s actually just your screen protector. Obviously, this isn’t ideal, but take it off and try again. Or, try one of these 10 Best Note 8 Screen Protectors.

Replace the Galaxy Note 8 Keyboard

Did you know there are dozens of replacement keyboards for Android? If you’re not able to fix your problems or want to try something else, download a replacement keyboard from the Google Play Store. First, we recommend you download and install Gboard, from Google. Previously know as the Google Keyboard. It’s extremely fast, user-friendly, and has the power of Google search built-in.

Then, we have a round-up of the best third-party keyboards for Android, giving you a few more excellent options. We explain what they each have to offer, so you can find what works for you. Download one of these 3rd party keyboards today, and try something new. Here’s how to change your keyboard.

Hopefully, this guide helps you fix some of the problems you’re experiencing with the Galaxy Note 8 and the keyboard. If you’re facing other issues, check out this list of 15 Galaxy Note 8 Problems & Fixes. In closing, before you go, learn how to use the Galaxy Note 8 emoji keyboard right here.

8 Common Galaxy Note 8 Keyboard Problems & Fixes is a post by Cory Gunther from Gotta Be Mobile.