So, what is the best battery App

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  1. PARick

    PARick Member

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    I used to use Battery Left, because I like percentages that were not rounded in 10s. Then I read on here that BatteryTime was better, so I am trying it now, but really don't like it as much as Battery Left. I see alot of others sold on Juice Plotter, but it just gave me more of what I didn't need to know, and not enough of what I did. Is there one out there that has a percentage in 1s, is easy to read and accurate? Any help would be great! I don't mind paying for a great app. Thanks.
     
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    Personally, I think the best battery app is no battery app. Afterall, the things waste battery power! I try to do without widgets/live wallpapers/apps that run on startup when I can.
     
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    Ditto. However, I do like to be able to glance and see how much power I have left without going into settings.
     
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    I have an extended battery and have to use voltage as a guide instead of %. Id like an alternative to BL too.

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    I've been using JuiceDefender (paid) for awhile now and have seen amazing results from it. Before my battery would be dead after about 8-12 hours. I'm at 18hours with 60% left.
     
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    I did not have that kind of luck with juice defender. Battery left seems to be less and less accurate here lately.
     
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    Im doing much better since using the data off JD widget when Im not using my device.

    Btw, can't Tasker do the same things as JD?

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