New Scientist article By downloading the Rhino software, you can save up to 30 per cent on a phone bill by installing an extra operating system.
Rhino Software is a free app that lets you save money on smartphones by downloading and installing an operating system from the internet.
It also lets you access apps and files stored on the device.
The app has been downloaded more than 200,000 times.
Rhinos software allows you to install extra software such as Adobe Flash, Chrome or Firefox on your phone, allowing you to keep your phone as a computer, or to run apps and manage files on it.
The software, which is developed by an Italian company called Silex, lets you download the Rhino operating system on your device, then you install it on your smartphone, or any other Android device.
This saves you money because you can download an extra version of the software.
You can then install that version on your mobile device.
There are a few drawbacks to using the Rhino app, according to the company.
The company says that you have to pay for the software, and then you have a 30 per one-year contract.
This means that you’ll have to give up your smartphone for a while to get the software to work.
However, SileX says that the app works very well for people who don’t have internet access, and have to keep their smartphone in a drawer, or on the sofa.
You can buy the Rhino for £0.99 for $1.99 on Google Play.