Battery Saving Apps For Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One, Sony Xperia And Other Android Phones

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By Sachin Trivedi | November 4, 2013 4:07 PM EST

Multiple apps are available for saving the juice for the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One, Sony Xperia and other Android smartphones. Readers who are keen on an extended battery life on their devices can take their pick from the following apps.

App 1 - Juice Defender

One of the most popular app for an Android phone is the Juice Defender. It comes with both free option and paid option. The app allows users to manage mobile data, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It has different modes for users to choose from like aggressive and balanced.

App 2 - Battery Defender

Another popular free-battery saving app for Android smartphones. It allows easy access to connections such as GPS, Wi-Fi, mobile data and Bluetooth. Users can turn off the applications that they are not using. The Genius Scan feature of the app allows the sync to occur every 15 minutes.

App 3 - Du Battery Saver

With more than 10 million users who reportedly prefer this app for their Android device, it makes it one of the most popular apps for saving battery. The app comes with many preset modes for easy use. By choosing the optimize option, all the unused background apps are shutdown.

With many of the popular smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One and Sony Xperia running on the Android platform, the Du Battery saver app is having increased number of users.

App 4 - Easy Battery Saver

The app is easy to use and comes with four modes: general saving mode, super power saving mode, advanced customized mode and normal mode. Users who are not used to such apps could begin with this app. Selecting one of the modes and checking the battery performance will help users to understand what is more suitable.

App 5 - Go Power Master Battery Saver

The app monitors the other apps on an Android device to check which one is using the most battery. Users can have two customized options for battery saving modes to suit individual's needs. The app comes in both free and paid versions. The free app has two home screen widgets which provide easy access to the settings.

Readers, who are considering buying the Samsung Galaxy S4 or the HTC One, click here to read a specs and price comparison between the two devices in Australia.

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