According to a survey by data-storage firm Western Digital, one in three smartphone users in India run out of space daily, which is far more compared to the that in the U.S. where only one in ten users run out of space daily.
You would think that an innocuous good morning image message sent to loved ones would be welcome to most people.
Two little words are causing a big headache for smartphone users in India: "good morning".
It so happens that the millions of Indians who are getting online for the first time take it upon themselves to send greetings from their phones.
And with this, many new "witnesses" of the power of the Internet believe what better way to begin the day than by sending "good morning" greetings to friends and family (even strangers) from their phones.
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And previous year, the messaging app What'sApp created a service catered to its biggest market, India, where users can wish all of their friends a good morning at once.
Low-priced smartphones and data plans have brought an unlikely group of users online who begin their typical day - before sunrise and reaches a crescendo before 8 a.m. - by sending good morning greetings.
"The average "Files Go" user is saving 1GB of space so they can do more on their phone". The researchers used Google's huge image database and artificial intelligence tools to programme the app to find the good morning messages and prompt users to delete them.
Google unveiled the app in New Delhi in December, with the crowd of media and government officials applauding the company for including the morning message delete feature. It also has a special feature that can quickly identify "Good morning" images and delete them all in one go.
"We were trying to deconstruct what is the DNA of a good morning message for months". WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps where millions of messages are sent every day and they have even created a service to help people send these messages all at once.