Learn how to extend the battery life of your Android device with the help of an application, called ‘Battery Kit’ that easily available on the Google Play store.
Smartphones are getting “Smarter” with each passing day, still there is one issue that most of the smartphones suffer from i.e. ‘poor battery life’. No doubt smartphone manufacturers are trying to overcome this problem, bringing bigger & long lasting batteries in new smartphone models. However heavy mobile users – who stream media, play games, browse internet and use social media services on their smartphones a lot – find it quite difficult to manage a full day on a single charge. That’s where battery-saving apps come in handy. They help users get the most out of their device’s batteries, analyzing their performance and smartly turning off unused features. ‘Battery Kit’ is one such app, available for Android phones and tablets. It’s a powerful yet easy-to-use battery saving app, which carries several advanced features like the ability to calibrate the battery, detect wakelocks, view various handy statistics, perform benchmark testing, and more!
Battery Kit’s overall interface is not so impressive, but it’s a fairly functional at what it does. Thanks to big and bold buttons, you can easily navigate between different menus and screens of the app. The most impressive feature of this app is that it supports advanced benchmarking tool, which can assess battery’s performance by putting it through a series of audio, video and browsing tests. The application drains the battery until it’s down to 15%, and then it will present you with the test results. Of course, you can enable or disable specific features like Bluetooth, WiFi, mobile data, brightness, etc. prior to commencing the test.
If it’s an audio or video test, then you can even specify output volume. Once a test is complete, the app would display statistical data about battery consumption. With the help of this data, you’ll get an idea of how your battery can perform in everyday situations.
In addition to benchmark tools, the app will also provide other statistical information such as charge history, and wakelocks caused by the kernel, CPU, processes or network, etc.
With this app, you can also set up a notification to be displayed when the battery is fully charged. This will help you know when to unplug the charger. Moreover, the app is available in both Free and Pro versions in Google Play. Besides all the free version features, the Pro version also has an integrated battery calibrator with which you can readily recalibrate your device’s battery after certain instances like flashing a new ROM. Furthermore, this battery saving app will monitor your battery’s overall health, letting you to keep an eye on its operating temperature and preventing its performance from getting too degraded.
If your Android device’s battery is draining a little faster than you’d like and you’re looking for an advanced battery app, then this new Android app called ‘Battery Kit’ is definitely worth giving a try!
To download a free version of Battery Kit, click here.
To download a Pro version of Battery Kit, click here.