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Android Battery Saver: Incredible Tips to Increase Your Battery Life

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Have you found the best way to get battery life for your device? Well, we cannot deny that smartphone users need to know it. Are you lucky enough to have continuous use your smartphone in 10 hours? Here are some tips for you to get Android battery saver.

Never download Ad-supported Apps

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It is quite strange somehow, but in fact purchasing paid apps could significantly increase your battery life. Based on an article published in New Scientist, surprisingly that the researchers could up to 75% energy used by the free apps in downloading and uploading data is only for advertising purpose. For example, Angry Birds it only uses 20% for its power to run the game, while 45% is used in order to locate users and also download location for pop-up ads.

Purchase an Android Battery Saver App

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It is a way in order to protect yourself for excessive battery drain by downloading battery-saving app.

Juice Defender is the most extensive yet popular app so that when the screen is asleep it will turn off the data connection includes WiFi and also 3G. Not only has that, but this application could turn off the data usage at night so that you can disable the data and WiFi if the battery is below 20% power.

GreenPower is another battery saver app for Android. It just the same as Juice Defender. It allows you managing your Bluetooth connections, mobile data and also WiFi in order tofind out the optimal way for long-lasting battery.

Purchase Razr Maxx, Galaxy Note or Galaxy S3

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Those mobiles have a highest rank for battery life. Razr Maxx is designed for 20 hours talk time. Galaxy S3 is 10 hours and Galaxy Note could last around 12 hours. Galaxy Nexus and HTC models have a poor performance on it.

Install SetCPU

SetCPU is the most impressive app in its download and install. Battery Calibration is another app you should have to drain less your phone battery. However, both of the apps require root access.

Avoid bright wallpapers

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Wallpapers provide huge drain for battery life. The lighter color for wallpaper uses more batteries. Using darker homescreen could give extra 4 hours more for battery.

Purchase this umbrella

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Folk, seriously Vodafone created this umbrella store charge for your Android and enhance signal reception. It has 12 solar panels. Plug your Android into the handle and it is great.

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