What is a Google account?
It is basically your Gmail email, the same one you use to create or register an account for Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social networks or internet services, however, it is likely that you have linked your address in many applications that you do not even use.
The guide to know in which applications you have linked your Google account
First, enter the “Settings” of your Android cell phone, locate it with the icon of a gear. Now, press on the section that says “Google”. The next step is to press the button called “Manage your Google account”, it is located at the top (under your email). Touch the “Security” tab > scroll down until you reach the section “Your connections with third-party apps and services” > click on “See all connections”. You will see the complete list of applications and services to which you have linked your Google account. Go to the one you want to delete and finally click on “Delete all connections you have with (service or app name).” Remember that when you want to access a service again, after removing the link, you will have to enter your email and password.
Reasons not to use your phone with a broken screen
One reason not to use your phone with a broken screen is the risk of cutting your fingertip or getting small glass shards into your eye, especially when lying on your back. A cracked screen also puts internal components at risk as the cracks can allow liquids or dust to enter and damage essential parts of the phone. It is recommended to change the lens or take the device to a technical service for screen repair. Fixing one component is typically cheaper than dealing with multiple issues.