You carry your phone everywhere you go. You even eat and sleep with your phone next to you. You put your phone next to your ear when you make a call. You hold your phone almost the entire day. You use the same hand to hold your phone that you use to grab food and to rub your nose or eyes. Just like any object that people touch often and leave on various surfaces, your phone is likely to be contaminated with bacteria and other microorganisms. If there is bacteria on your phone, which research has shown to be swarming on it, you can transfer that bacteria to your mouth, nose, and eyes.
That means your phone that has become an indispensable part of your daily life is also an instrument for germ transfer from everything it has touched. Make it a habit to regularly clean your phone. The following tips will help keep your smartphone clean:
You use your phone to make your life easy and comfortable. Getting a sickness or infection is the last thing you need from your phone, so be sure to clean it on a regular basis.