Dead Batt, Low Batt, No Batt? you don?t have to worry about it!
This smart life-saving battery application is impressively working like a maniac in specificity of apps you need to kill.
?Kill Vampires ? Expected Improvement: 1 hour, 15 minutes, 28 seconds.? That?s Carat in action on your iOS device. It?s a remarkable free iOS and Android app that works as a personalized battery life saver.
Behind this collaborative energy debugging app are creative folks based out of the AMP lab in the ECCS Department at UC Berkeley. Basically, Carat detects energy bugs; it detects app behavior that consumes unnecessary energy that can lead to battery shortage.
The geniuses behind the project created it, specifically on mobile phone, tablet or music player. Carat intermittently takes measurements using calculations; combines with other users collected data, sends the measurements to the main servers and in return, it will provide a big statistical detail. It will automatically infer how your iOS device consumes energy. It?s all technical stuff, but the bottom line is ? it totally works fab, recommending your iOS to kill or restart apps to save more battery life.
It goes in three-way processes, as it collects data in anonymity from the crowd (iOS device) then the cloud where the data is stored and finally, a stew of statistical values and metrics from the data.
Carat app was created as a research project, and it is not intended for sale. The main purpose of Berkeley’s folks is to know whether it is probable to take meager, incomplete measurements from a large community of mobile users and figure out which apps are abusing the battery.
?We DO NOT collect any personally identifying information: no names, no email addresses, no private data from other apps, and so on. Although Carat does try to detect whether you are moving around, it doesn’t record your absolute location.?
You can download the Carat app on App Store. Tell us what you think.