The Galaxy S9 is a great phone powered by the Android ecosystem. This includes Google's family of apps — many of which overlap with Samsung's in functionality. This can lead to redundant apps that siphon resources from your phone, but fortunately, there's a way to dull some of the noise and disable built-in apps.
While Samsung probably means well with their myriad of branded apps, they usually feel conflicting with Google's own apps, which generally feel cleaner and more functional. Or maybe you prefer Samsung's apps and you want to disable Google's — hey, no judgement here. All I mean to do... more