Out of the blue my phone started losing battery charge incredibly fast. A full charge took over 12 hours. The phone was hotter to the touch than normal. With nothing showing up as open and nothing appearing overtly wrong, I was sure my battery was likely bad. I decided to try this just to see. I bought the ad-free version - I HATE ads - and it found an app that was somehow drawing right at 64% of my battery. The display was using most of the rest. I uninstalled the offending app and my phone was happy again.
I use this all of the time to tell me what is eating up my battery. I just can't get the enable more stats to work even with root. Oh well still works really well
Appsucker doesn't work on my S8+ with Nougat - it just shows combined CPU. That makes the app kind of useless since the main point of the app is to identify individual apps and processes that are draining the batter. Is this going to be fixed? Seems like a lot of people have posted comments about it.
The dev isn't as responsive as he used to be. Lately I've having some problems with the info shown by the app - missing data, data resetting without warning. It's still better than stock, but I'm starting to consider alternatives.
Awesome app! Little did I know about certain rubbish wakelocks killing my battery life. The top 3 culprits on my AT&T Note5 were: diagnostics.client.wakelock lmsService PKMService
PROBLEM! Since installing Nougat (Android 7) on my Droid Turbo 2, app battery consumption is not shown individually. It is now all combined into one total named "Combined App CPU"! WHAT GIVES?
• Fix battery current support for some missing devices in N
• Add support for all new sensors and show # times used
• Numerous bug fixes