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Battery Doctor - Must-have Battery Management App

By KS Mobile, Inc.

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Description

50 million users worldwide love Kingsoft Battery Doctor! 10 countries free TOP10! 30 countries free Utilities TOP10!

△Real-time power consumption rankings
△Protect your battery effectively
△Accurate power level and available time estimation
△Sweetest tips for battery MAINTENANCE
△The the perfect support iOS7 and IPhone5s/5c 4.0 inches screen display
△Moreover, it’s FREE.
△New fresh aesthetic charging clock,you will love it!
△Accurate system information display, easy to understand system operation conditions

Kingsoft Battery Doctor is essential for your iPhone, which is more professional and useful than those paid. Download it right now to best protect and maintain your battery.


If you have any questions, please send email to app@cmcm.com

What's New in Version 2.4

1. Added a button in the notification bar to view battery time remaining
2. Optimized the charge notification for iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus
3. Fixed known bugs

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Customer Reviews

Battery Doctor

I thought my battery was getting old and weak. I had to charge up all the time. One of my friends told me about Battery Doctor. I thought what can it hurt??? I found that I had several programs running in the background so I did not see where the battery draw was coming from. Funny I still have the same battery after using Battery Doctor. It now last much longer for use. I also found out that even when the iPod or iPhone show they are charged. It is not true. Battery Doctor has the capability to identify when the charge is complete.
It will be a little longer than you would think. About 1/2 an hour more charging than what your equipment will show it has completed the charge.
It also reminds you to disconnect the equipment as to not over charge the battery. This over charging will burn your battery out quickly. Do not leave your items charging all the time. Pretty cool. Thank you, very much for the software, Battery Doctor. You have taught me well.
For Free too. "Wow"

NO BENEFIT!

This app continually tells me that the memory on my new 64G iPhone 6 is in the 86% range and needs boosting. Seriously? I just don't believe it! When I hit "boost" the meter will read back in the 30 percentile range, but soon it's back to the original 86+% capacity and supposedly needs boosting again. I constantly repeat that same cycle! It just doesn't seem connected to the actual performance of my phone. Plus one very annoying thing is it gives a charging score. For quite a while It gave a healthy score of "5", meaning the phone is discharged and charged for best battery life and performance; but then that went away and it now shows the phone has never been fully charged (only partial charges). That just isn't even the case, so something is very weird, like made up stats! I don't see any real benefit to having this thing - no improvement in battery life, no improvement in memory. I'm truly skeptical of the whole app, and think all the memory boosting is simply some pretend razzmatazz!

Not certain there is much benefit

First, I read all these reviews about people with brand new 64 gig phones and the app consistently tells them over 80% of the memory is used. The percentage used that is being referenced is the random access memory (RAM). The junk tab that clears the cache and accurately displays how much storage memory the phone has available.

That being said, it never finds any junk to clean on my phone. It does; however, continually report that memory (RAM) is low. The boost function scans and presumably shuts down unnecessary things consuming RAM. I suspect those things turn themselves back on the next time they go looking for data on the refresh schedule programmed into them. In my opinion, the boost is of no value except maybe to run the scan right before surfing the web or engaging the phone in some other intensive activity.

The junk cleaner would work well if i generated junk that is "cached" in my phone's system memory as I'm certain many other people do.

Finally, the one thing I do like is that it alerts when I have achieved 100% charge.

Overall; it's free, you can easily clean your cache files, allegedly wipe whatever is consuming your RAM, albeit temporarily; and, most importantly, it will train you to have better charging habits.

Battery Doctor - Must-have Battery Management App
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  • Free
  • Category: Utilities
  • Updated: Nov 06, 2014
  • Version: 2.4
  • Size: 24.7 MB
  • Languages: English, Japanese
  • Seller: KS Mobile, Inc.

Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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