Low battery and stolen data: The side effects of having too many apps

Experts say an app overdose can lead to poor performance, security problems and even a more interrupted lifestyle. — dpa

Smartphone users tend to download more apps than they actually use: Be it the newest version of Candy Crush, a promising meditation app or the latest productivity tool.

Most of the time they don’t delete them from their overcrowded device, thinking "Maybe I’ll need it later." But experts are warning of bad side effects from having too many apps on your phone.

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