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Price: Free/paid options
Compatibility: Requires Android
My last HTC model, the Sensation XL, certainly lived up to its reputation as a decent choice for playing music -- but the battery life was atrocious.
As a result, JuiceDefender quickly became an application that was always running on the phone. The app, which has been downloaded over seven million times, is a worthy contender for one of the better juice-saving apps on the Android market.
The interface is extremely simple; you can choose generic battery-saving options, or opt for more aggressive ways to stop that percentage marker from going down too quickly. Components including Wi-Fi connectivity, 3G/4G connections and the activation/disabling of apps can all be managed through the app.
When you're on the road and you've forgotten to charge your smartphone overnight, this can prove to be a valuable resource.
Via: Google Play