BatteryGuru Android App Will Preserve Your Smartphone Battery!


The next time you wonder how to ensure that your battery lasts longer, make sure you try the latest battery app called, BatteryGuru (Beta) from Xiam Technologies Limited, which is a part of Qualcomm.

The released app, BatteryGuru for Android is capable of extending the life of your smartphone’s battery. The app optimises all functions within the device. All one needs to do is install the app from Google Play Store and let the app do its magic. It does not require manual configuration and runs in the background, which should be comfortable for the user.


After two to four days of installing, the app learns the user’s behaviour and then informs the ability to extend the battery life. The app supports majority of Snapdragon-powered devices and is available in North America and European Union at present, with support for other regions like India coming soon.


Features of Battery Guru:

Delivers longer battery life by reducing unnecessary background activity
Gets to know the smartphone usage pattern and optimizes the functionality.
Automatically learns and adjusts the smartphone settings without any configuration
Learns where your Wi-Fi hotspots are, and turns on Wi-Fi only when needed
Automatically refreshes an app to connect to the internet, based on unique pattern of use
Operates in the background, letting the user continue what he is doing

In a related news, Qualcomm had recently introduced its latest technology Quick-charge that offers 40 per cent faster charging up of phones.

(Image Source: Android Police)



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