Third-party app Andmade Share replace's Android's share menu with a custom list you can reorder or remove items from.
So if you share to Pinterest more than Google Plus, you can rank that social network first.
Fortunately, you can disable these preloaded parasites in the settings menu, putting them in a deep freeze.
More: How to remove Android crapware Short battery life In an ideal world, you'd be able to surf the Web, check email and play 3-D games on your phone all day long without running out of juice.
Unfortunately, most Android phones just show you a tiny green or blue icon in the upper left corner of the screen, which looks less and less full throughout the day but doesn't provide a precise number to let you know how much juice you have left.
By installing a third-party app such as Elvison's Battery widget from the Google Play Store, you can make the exact battery level visible at all times.
If you want to hit the power button and go immediately back to whatever you were doing when your phone went to sleep, simply change the screen lock setting in the Android security menu.
If you wish your phone had a floating browser window like QSlide on the LG Optimus G Pro, a video player that appears on top of your apps like Pop-up Play on the Samsung Galaxy S4 or an automation service like the Droid RAZR M's Smart Actions, there are apps that can perform all those functions.
Search the Google Play store for "floating apps" to find programs such as Floating Browser Flux and Super Video that run in draggable, resizable windows.
If the phone makes you wait five seconds to open the browser again, you may test out the Gorilla glass display with a hammer.
Fortunately, you don't need to sit there and stare at the screen waiting for something to happen, nor do you need to replace your handset.