One problem that almost all smartphone users wish would just go away is the low battery timing offered by their devices. While it is true that mostly the batteries of any decent smartphone run at least a full day before it requires recharging, for many users even that is not enough. If you’re one of those power hungry users, then we recommend that you think about trying out OnePowerGuard especially if you have a rooted device.
OnePowerGuard as the name suggests is a battery optimizing app that helps your smartphone or tablet save up precious battery charge and eradicate all unnecessary evils that make you recharge your phone after every few hours. Now the great thing about this app is that it’s the only app available on the app store that actually saves power on the kernel level. Not only does the app increase the uptime of your phone but it also has the capability of decreasing the recharging time of it as well, which quite honestly impressed me a lot.
Other features of the app include the ability to optimize system kernel and CPU usage to improve device performance, offering various power saving methods, ability to intelligently switch between wifi and cell data acquisition, fast on/off settings etc.
The GUI of the app was well designed and made it quite simple to use. The app also has well detailed guides for anyone who might be having trouble on how to use the app properly as well which added to the overall experience and ease with which I could use the app.
Just like all good apps, OnePowerGuard also comes in two versions, free and Pro. While the free version can only support smartphones and lacks a lot of features that the Pro version offers, it more or less does manage to accomplish the task of increasing your device’s uptime. Which is a great achievement considering it is after all a free app. If however, you own a tablet or have some money to spare we recommend that you think about trying out the full version of the app. Personally, I have only tried the free version of the app as many of the features offered by the Pro version just seemed pointless to me. So, if you’re battery is letting you down I do recommend that you think about giving this app a shot. For a detailed analysis of the difference between the free and the Pro version of the app and detailed guides on how to use the apps, I recommend that you either visit the homepage of OnePowerGuard or simply go to the XDA Developers forum link (both are given below).
Google Play Store Link (free): Click here
Google Play Store Link (Pro): Click here
XDA Developers Forums Link: Click here
Homepage of OnePowerGuard: Click here