battery improve?

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Dec 6, 2010 2:47:45 PM via Website

Yes, but not automatically immediately. It is an Android Task Killer, like many other apps out there. It shuts down apps after you are done with them, and can also adjust certain settings of your phone to reduce the amount of electricity being taken from your battery to power the processor and display. You will have to use it and configure it to have any help.

In addition, apps like Battery Improve and Android Task Killer or Advanced Task Killer are really only suited for the earlier Android OS versions like 1.5 and 1.6. The newer versions are supposed to be better at shutting down programs when they are not needed anymore.

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Dec 6, 2010 11:47:59 PM via App

then what ones r the best ones I have the moto Droid

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Dec 7, 2010 3:24:24 PM via Website

A lot of people like Juice Defender and a lot of people like Android Task Killer Free. However, there are 10s if not 100s of task killers available, so try them out for yourself and look at the comments to see what others are saying.