Advanced Battery app launched!


Find Android Smartphones with poor battery Life?
Find Battery Status Unreliable in representing actual battery life?
Every wonder why when device warns about low battery (around 10-15%), your device often shuts down within next few minutes?

Well, you are not alone, in fact, you are correct that Android Smartphones are poor in representing battery status.
Most of the Li-Ion Battery driver works between 4.2V to 3.4V and sample linearly. However, Li-Ion’s discharge is non-linear (as show in the app).

This App samples battery discharge rate and give user a much better representation of the battery life.

-Methodology section explains the issue.
-Gather battery info section samples the battery status (takes roughly 4-12 hours depends on your battery size). Check data collected to understand the mapping.
-Start Test section shows the current battery level as well as other battery information. NOTE: PRO version gives 2 decimal precision which can be purchased.

KEY FEATURE: Since the battery discharge is calculated over time. The discharge from 98% to 96% and discharge from 50% to 48% is roughly the same! This makes power comparison between feature enabled/disabled possible!

Hopefully, with more accurate battery status, you can make better judgement in using your Android Smartphone.

NOTE: This is a tool for app/platform developers/users who cares about power. Please rate the app only if you are an expert and know what you are talking about. Also, this app is free without ads. If you are interested in power testing, try PRO edition. Thanks

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