Five free apps to help monitor battery life
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If you’re like me, it seems as though your mobile devicesrnrun out of power at the most inopportune moments. Fortunately, there are arnnumber of apps that can help you to get the most out of your device’s availablernbattery power.
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Battery Life Magic
Battery Life Magic also gives you some handy hints for getting the mostrnfrom your battery. It’s availablernfree for iOS.
Battery Doctor can estimate how much time you can spendrnplaying music and videos based on your current charge, as well as estimates forrnplaying 2D and 3D games, reading, GPS navigation, video chat, taking photos,rnrecording videos, and using your device as a flashlight. It even tells you howrnlong it will take to charge your device.
BatteryrnDoctor is available free for iOS and Android.
Battery HD+ is available for free for iOS. A Pro version isrnavailable on Android for $3.99. A Windows Phone version called Battery isrnavailable for free.
Battery Power Free
For starters, it lets you sort the status list based on runtime.rnEven better, it provides detailed instructions for maximizing your batteryrnlife.
Battery Power Free is available for free on iOS.
Battery Doctor Pro
Battery Doctor Pro provides usage time estimates similar to the otherrnapps on this list (standby, calls, data, Bluetooth, music, video, games, etc.).rnBut what makes this app unique is that it maintains historic data that showsrncharging times, average charging rate, average usage rate, and current usagernrate. You can track this information over time to get a better feel for howrnyour battery power is really being used.