Most Valuable App (Ultimate) Samsung Galaxy S3 went from 6hrs battery life to lasting all day. Increased battery life 2.32x! Turned off phone's auto brightness, set display to zero, then set JD so it adjusts brightness. Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Still working well. Keeps aggressive apps from killing my battery. UI helps me know what each setting does and if I need to use them.
Best App. Download & read the info. I have tried every task killer/manager out there. Along with hrs spent learning how to close all background & system apps that constantly run. This app IS NOT A TASK KILLER but is much better at controlling all the apps & the constant stream of data & sticky broadcasts. By doing this & explaining quite clearly how to use it totally transforms your phone & stock & background processes. Plus it instantly makes battery LAST LONGER on simplest of settings. ALMOST DOUBE DAILY BATTERY POWER. BEST APP EVER 10*
Amazing, worth upgrading to Ultimate Juice Defender simply works. Upgrading to Ultimate was an awesome choice for me because it gave me way more control and way better battery life. I had a 1.35x battery life with Balanced and I know get 2.38x with my custom settings. I was skeptical at first, but I am now convinced. Pros: - Increased battery life - Easy to Use Cons: - Have to wait for data connection when turning on phone (takes about 5 seconds for me) - Updates from Facebook, Twitter, Email, etc do not come in right away
Best Battery Savings App i am always connected to the internet via LTE Mobile Data. Thus battery life is eaten up by it. using juicedefender, it really helps extend my phone's battery life if i dont open my unit often. by controlling and scheduling when internet connectivity must be activated. Balance profile already gives me significant savings and significantly longer charging intervals
Good app! Disconnects data always on apps. Pretty good for the money! Doesn't expand your power but a crazy amount. But it does turn off your radios when not in use. That is a double edged sword. If you use apps that are always on dependent, like Skype for example, it will cause them to disconnect when the screen is turned off. However, they come right back when the screen is turned on. If this is ok, then this app will be a good friend of yours.
Huh what? I think I've had this for about a month. I watch Netflix on the way to and from work and run various programs mostly at lunchtime. Most days my battery is ready to die by 9pm; roughly the same as before installing. I distinctly remember shortly after install "1.30". What determined a baseline for 30% more battery life? Throughout the day, the value typically varies from 1.15 to 1.80. Again, with no training, how is any baseline determined?
- added per-network "keep enabled" for Location
- added per-app custom controls
- reworked the widgets, improved "user" control
- added Bluetooth enable/connect in QuickBox
- improved tablet/Honeycomb support
- better handling of the keyguard during phone calls
- removed read logs permission
- several fixes: night/peak schedules only starting the first time, Traffic bug, workaround for Bluetooth FC, AOSP on 2.3.7
- UI tweaks