Battery Saver - Improve the Battery Life
By KS Mobile, Inc.
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Battery Saver will double your battery life if utilized properly.
Battery Saver is not only the #1 app in the tools category of over 100 countries but also the #1 app overall in over 40 countries.
United States, Britain, France, Germany, Portugal, Mexico, Spain, Brazil, Argentina, Italy, Canada, Malaysia, and Australia are just a few of the countries where Battery Saver is #1.
Battery Saver Features Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hl7OnGAqNKg
This app regulates the manner in which your device is charged with a 3 stage system to ensure you get the most out of your battery. It also features an impressive amount of features that can monitor and regulate power consumption.
Did you know that simply disabling "automatic time zones" can reduce power consumption by up to 30%? If treated properly batteries will last much longer with more productivity. We at Battery Saver know all the secrets and packaged them together in a simple to use but powerful app that helps you extend the life of your battery and manage power consumption easily.
This essential app does everything battery related from giving tips of when to charge (and more importantly when not to) to more advanced battery longevity features such as disabling unnecessary apps/hardware that suck up power.
Some of the many features:
*Accurately estimates the amount of time you have left on your device for any usage
*Accelerates the speed of your device
*Notifies you when you should begin and end a proper charge cycle for battery longevity
*Indicates how much battery power will be extended if you shut down bluetooth/wifi/etc
*Lists how much battery consumption each of your apps use up
*Gives all device software and hardware information in one easy to find place
*Gives helpful hints to ensure proper battery maintenance
What's New in Version 1.7
1. Japanese language update
2. Bug fix
Very useful...as long as you use it
Like any new app, it is always fun in the beginning. There are incentives and awards to encourage regular use, which is all fine and dandy, but perhaps the weakest link to the system is that the app must open in order for it to be effective. This requires a certain degree of discipline, an extra step to an otherwise mindless task of plugging in and charging. I was good about it for a week or so, enjoying the little awards that popped up, but in the real world, that extra step to turn on this battery app before plugging in turned out to be its demise. I just couldn't slow down, especially when I'm busy and in a rush, as is often the case when our phone is about to die. While the app does everything it claims, it is up to the user to actually incorporate and utilize it.
I Love It
Hello Battery Saver Hobbits:
I really like your app and I am very actively using it every day. I have deleted all my Level 5 power consumption apps if I have not used them at least 1 time every month. So they all went.
My suggestion to you is that since I never use any iPhone alarms yet the app is constantly asking me to use your alarm. My suggestion is that you include a line in your program with a button asking " Do you use an alarm in your iPhone? If so you could analyze the power usage and show how much power a client could save. If the answer is no then you could turn off all the reminders to use your alarm.
You have a great product and you may use my name to say say so.
Karl in Las Vegas
Generally good but...
I really like this app, I like that I can use it to help manage memory but I do have some complaints that draw the score down a bit... the health score is it's most annoying feature. The app gives you a hard time if you full charge it too often. I like that it tries to help you to not overcharge it but some people can't charge their phone throughout the day and their usage drains the battery most of the way on a daily basis. One should not be made to feel guilty for full charging it more than like twice a month. Luckily other features are likable enough that I keep the app. Oh and I don't see why it should have data access when it can get what it needs over wifi, so I turned it off and it keeps pestering me that it's off. I know it is, I turned it off on purpose! And no I am not going to turn it back on so leave me alone!