Philips just released BatterySense app suggests you the ways to preserve the battery life of your device, including the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It is the most accurate battery life app so far.
Philips created this simple and intuitive app to help you get the most out of your device when you're in between charges. By telling it what you need to do and for how long, BatterySense can recommend what settings to adjust to achieve more battery life while on the go.
Unfortunately, it’s not a fix. Your device will only harness the same amount of juice as it has always done. Having said that, it’s extremely helpful in that it provides an in-depth, accurate report on how long your device will survive before it requires electronic resuscitation, and covers how you intend to use that power.
Upon opening the app, it gives you your battery life as a percentage, as well as tabs displaying how much battery time remains for certain tasks such as calling, listening to tunes, watching video, gaming and of course standby time.
Obviously this isn’t the first app of its kind, but it is the most accurate, and its ‘What if’ feature sets it further apart from other similar applications. ‘What if’ estimates how your battery performance can be tweaked by altering certain settings. Or, it allows you to set a goal of how long (within reason) you require your battery to last, and in turn, it notifies you of what can be tweaked in order to achieve said endurance.
We’ve all been out and about in the past, seen that dreaded 10% remaining warning, and had to blindly close apps and turn off certain services in order to try and prolong the life of our iDevices. This app changes that, and even though iPhone 4S users will have to sit tight a short while for battery improvements, this app will tide those users over until then.
BatterySense, is free and compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices running as far back as 3.2, so if you frequently find yourself bereft of battery life, then you should definitely grab it now.