1. Disable Active Location Services
There are numerous applications that you download to your Android smartphone or iPhone that use “active location services” through GPS data, know where you are, and present certain products or services that match your location.
If, for example, you have checked into a certain hotel in Chicago or elsewhere in the world, the respective hotel application knows where you are and presents you with good entertainment. There are also other apps that use active location services to present you with great deals or incredible discounts in your area.
This active location service is undoubtedly an asset for those who do not miss the main news or updates for certain products or services. But, also, it should be noted that its use reduces battery life. It is advisable to keep this feature disabled so that your battery lasts longer.