DU Battery Saver: Power Doctor for Android phones
Each new generation of smart phones brings us a bunch of improvements such as faster processors, bigger displays with higher resolution, and of course more RAM memory. But, what’s about battery life? Unfortunately, improving the battery life is not on this list, and struggling to keep our phone alive until the next electric socket has become our daily routine.
Ok, maybe over weekends there isn’t so much pressure, but you understand what I’m trying to say.
In case that you are an Android phone owner, there is one solution called DU Battery Saver丨Power Doctor.
I’ve been using this app since it’s been launched and I have to say that it will help you to squeeze more juice from the battery.
But that is not all! You’ll be able to track both battery life and battery health as well. According to the developer, this app helps reducing the strain on the battery and increases its working up to 50%. Moreover, its upgraded version can save the battery up to 70%. I didn’t have such results but I have to say it really helps.
DU Battery Saver is very reliable and it stands out among other apps because of the mentioned features that will protect and extend battery life and preserve it from overcharging too. You can also optimize the battery usage by managing the background app usage. If you want to remove annoying ads and get some extra features, you can buy PRO version for 2.99 $, but in a case you want to go with free version you’ll be fine as well.
Battery saving tips:
Q: How does DU Battery Saver increase battery life?
A: Your phone has a lot of technology inside it. Some of it is hardware (like the display, the cellular, WiFi and Bluetooth networking chips, and sensors), some of it is software processes (like Account Sync that gets updates from your email system). All of these things use power, but they’re not always needed, or don’t need to be used as often as they are. DU Battery Saver manages those features in a proactive way so you’re only using the power you really need.
Q: What is a healthy charge stage and how do I get a full charge?
A: Charge your battery when it’s lower than 20%, and continuously charge until the 3rd stage of the trickle charging is complete. Do not overcharge or undercharge by charging in short bursts.
Q: Why can’t I stop some apps that I see in the Monitor?
A: Some apps you see on the list can’t be stopped because they’re needed to keep your phone working. Others (like Antivirus) will re-start themselves automatically because they need to monitor what is happening at all times. While these are a battery-drain to some degree, they are not something you should worry about.
DU Battery Saver is a great app for battery management, as I like to say- it is one of must have apps for all Android users for sure.