what the hell? not only do you guys permit 3rd party advertising which is totally annoying but you change everything around too much. give me back my quick power saver option back. If I wanted to go into the actual app I would do so. Not liking what you guys are doing
Not fully charging Says its fully charged, disconnect it n it says 97% charge. Same thing with the trickle stage, it says trickle is done unplugged it n says 97%. That's after "2" trickle charges without unplugging. Gave one star cause I can't seem to get a response. Give 5 if the problem is fixed.
Why does it need location to save battery? the only reason I can think of is to target more adds at you, the app is plagued with adds that are mixed with the App functionality. I recommend to use the AccuBattery app instead, which is based in real scientific data to extend the life of modern mobile batteries.
Works but provide ad free version What would otherwise be a great app is sometimes confusing to use because of how many ads and links are placed throughout. I find myself afraid to press on anything and am now concerned about what permissions I gave it. How about making a nics and clean version for a couple dollars?
Does what it says but ads are annoying. The app does what it says. Some of the ads pretend to be part of the app, which could be confusing to someone new to the app. I wish they had an ad-free version. I would gladly buy the app if I didn't have to deal with the ads.
Effective and easy. I was skeptical that running an app would extend my battery life. It seems counter-intuitive. This is the fourth device I have installed the Doctor on, and it works flawlessly to extend my battery life and keep me from over-charging my battery on each device. I love it!
1. Known issues fixed