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    Best battery app?

    Best battery app? Whats your opinions ?

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    hmmm in what sense?
    One that is designed to preserve battery?
    One that tells you information about the battery?

    For information, I personally like Battery Indicator

    For saving battery life - Not really sure, I like Droidwall because it stops a lot of apps from going out to the net and that seems to help battery life a bit. I used to use a task manager, but found my battery life to be much better after uninstalling it. Personally though the ultimate battery life manager is Tasker
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    I am using Juicedefender and love it. There are days my battery will last 16+ hours.

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    I'm hearing alot about juice defender & have mixed feelings about it

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    Agree w tasker but its a complicated app to set up

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    Tasker I think is fairly easy to setup the simply stuff - like toggling bluetooth, wifi, etc.. on and off.

    Where it becomes complicated is when you are trying to create more complex tasks. If you understand scripting then Tasker should come a little easier.

    The biggest thing that has stumped me with Tasker is the use of variables. I haven't exactly been able to figure out how to incorporate them correctly.
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