Pump Up Your Gaming in 2018
If your Android device has been lagging in the gaming department, consider these tips to boost your gameplay.
The gaming world is as exciting in 2018 as it’s ever been, but Android devices are not always capable of churning out the processing power necessary to fire up a game. There are apps out there that help improve a device’s gaming performance without a hassle, such as dfndr performance, which has a game booster feature to ramp up your gaming.
The game booster tool frees RAM memory from other apps to optimize your gaming experience, helping your games run faster. Here are some other tips you should try to pump up your Android’s gaming ability.
Ramp Up Gaming with ‘memory booster’
It’s of paramount importance that your phone is running on all cylinders in order to improve the speed at which you game, while also reducing lag time. The ‘memory booster’ feature from the dfndr app helps turn your device into a gaming computer by allowing you to close background apps that are running in order to free up RAM memory. This functionality can help you avoid crashes or freezes.
The Hidden ‘Developer Options’ Setting
You could also boost your gaming ability through a hidden Android setting called ‘Developer Options.’ In order to access it, go to the Settings screen, then hit the About phone option at the bottom and click on it. Then, find the Build number and tap it a few times, which will show you a notification that says “You are now 3 steps away from being a developer.” Tap it several times more and then the device will say that you’re a developer.
In the Developer options, there’s a hidden setting that is capable of improving your gaming performance. Scroll down and find the Force 4x MSAA (multi-sample anti-aliasing) option, which ensures that your games will be rendered at their best possible quality because it ensures your device operates at its highest power.
A Solid Pair of Gaming Headphones
There are a number of gaming headphones that can enhance your gaming needs such as the Turtle Beach Earforce M3, as these lightweight headphones offer an immersive gaming experience thanks to their high-quality audio capabilities.The Kingston HyperX Cloud Gaming Headset is another solid choice, which improves the sound of your favorite apps.
Try this Bluetooth Game Controller
Another great way to bolster your game experience is a controller that makes you feel as if you’re playing on a console. The Steel Series Stratus XL has the right weight for your Android gaming needs as it is not too heavy and it looks like an Xbox controller. It has two joysticks, a d-pad and the four main action buttons (A,B,X,Y). A pretty rad way to up gameplay.