By the daily or day-to-day usage of your smartphone, the batteries get worn out and the performance goes down. The actual design capacity of the battery also goes down.
So once in a while, it is necessary to have a close look on your Android battery. After a few months of usage, our smartphones may not provide the guaranteed battery capacity. Here it comes the use of .
It’s a useful app for Android which helps to check Android battery health, status and performance. You are free to use this app and it’s available on Google Play Store. The app measures the actual battery usage using information from the battery charge controller and also measure the battery usage of apps installed on your device.[mnky_ads id=”3897″]
The app says that instead of charging your phone battery to 100% everytime you plug in, it is better to charge up to 80% and this increases the battery life. You can actually set the limit for which you want to charge the phone and there is an alarm for letting you know of the charge. After a couple of cycles, it detects the battery wear and also the actual battery capacity left in the battery with respect to design capacity.
Some of the features of the app:
- Measure real battery capacity (in mAh)
- Battery wear with each charge session
- Discharge speed and battery consumption of each app
- Charging time
- Remaining battery time
- Screen on or screen off estimations.
- Deep sleep or standby time for the phone
- Real-time battery usage stats in notification center
AccuBattery is one of the really useful apps to check your battery performance and it is available for free download. You can download it from the link below.