These days, regular apps are getting bigger in size. We have seen apps become bloated, take up lots of RAM, and drain our phone batteries. Developers have taken note of this, and come up with solutions in the form of Lite apps. These are apps that are light weight (both in size and in the system resources they consume). They are made to consume less data and are targeted at emerging markets where network speeds are not up to par. We tried out Shazam Lite and here are our thoughts:
Using Shazam Lite
What I didn’t like about Shazam Lite is that there are not enough sharing options, as I was not able to share to my favorite download app. All the same, the app is great to have as it basically serve it’s purpose.
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