Battery issues on the iPhone is a consistent pain in the you-know-where. It’s a common problem which all of us have encountered on our iPhones at some time or the other. On most occasions, the issue is caused by power-hungry features, which can be managed properly to maximize iPhone battery. But if you wish to go a step further and have detailed information about how the battery is performing on your device and its actual health status, these best battery saver apps for iPhone and iPad can be of immense help.
#1. Battery Life – check runtimes
Battery Life is what you need to keep a tab on the battery consumption on your iOS device. It shows your device’ total runtimes. For instance, you can check the talk time, Wi-Fi and LTE browsing, video, audio time. The app also displays the in-depth data of your battery so that you remain aware of its condition.
Today widget allows you to track the battery life of your device with ease. The neat user-interface coupled with the support of several languages including English, Albanian, Arabic, Catalan, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Macedonian, etc. makes this app very useful.
#2. Battery Saver from lin tongtong
It’s important to know the health of the battery as only then will you be able to know how well it can perform. With Battery Saver, you can instantly find out the real condition of your device’ battery and prevent it from losing steam.
The app shows the memory status of your device and also lets you monitor the available disk space and filled space. Besides, the app also provides some handy tips to extend the battery life of your iPad and iPhone.
#3. CPU Dasher Master
As a battery saver app, “CPU Dasher Master” works quite efficiently. Unlike most of its counterparts, it does much more than just offering simple battery information of your device. For example, you can check the CPU and memory information to gauge the actual condition of your device. It can play a key role in optimizing the performance of your device.
Besides, it also shows network information which could go a long way in finding out the snags behind the sluggishness of the network. As for the interface, I find the UI clutter-free which makes sure there is a minimal amount of learning curve.
#4. Battery saver – wifi analyzer
Only a doctor can let you find out what ails the battery of your iPhone and what should be done to fix it. Pick out Battery Health to have the comprehensive information of your device’ battery and its wear level.
Take a look at the total runtimes of the battery. It also provides hardware tests for your device. For example, you can get to know the functionality of the 3D Touch, GPS, flashlight, volume button and more. What’s more, Battery Health also offers additional information about storage, memory, CPU, GPU, network and more.
#5. Battery HD+
Battery HD+ is an easy-to-use battery monitor for your iPhone and iPad. With this app, you can quickly find out how much juice is left for your Internet browsing, talk time, video watching, music listening, etc.
Thanks to the Today widget, the app lets you comfortably track your device’ battery. Once your device is fully charged, it alerts you that it’s time to remove the iPhone from charging.
Moreover, Battery HD+ has the support of multiple languages like English, Afrikaans, Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Filipino, Finnish and more.
#6. Atomic Battery Life
Though not a full-fledged battery saver app, “Atomic Battery Life” can play a decent role in helping you keep track of the battery of your iPhone and iPad. Interface-wise, it has a modern look and shows impressive battery animations. You can check the battery percentage of your device and also track how much time each app has been used.
Just in case you find some apps being overused, you can cut down their usage to reduce the battery consumption. Apart from helping you improve the battery life of your iOS device, the app also shows other important device information. For instance, you can view how much storage has been used and how much is left. Overall, Atomic Battery Life is a simple yet effective battery saver app.
#7. Battery Saver – iDevice Battery Life
This one offers plenty of crucial information to help you nab the culprits and empower your iPhone’s battery life. You can closely monitor the battery usage on your device and get to know which activities are causing the battery drain.
The app also shows the total runtime for each activity like web browsing, video, talk time and more. You can find out the remaining disk space as well. More significantly, the app is available for Apple Watch as well so that you can check the battery status of your iPhone right from your smartwatch.
#8. Battery Care
“Battery Care” works as a smart guide and assists you in keeping a tab on the battery usage. The app provides some valuable tips that can be pivotal in extending the battery life of your device. Besides, they can also be very helpful in charging your device securely.
The in-depth battery data offers you the right insight about power usage and how to reduce it. Furthermore, Battery Care supports multiple languages including English, French, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Simplified Chinese.
#9. Full Battery – Saver Boost
This app can help you get the most out of your iPhone’s battery. You can take advantage of the useful tips to figure out the ways to prevent the power-hungry features from running amuck and cut down the unnecessary battery consumption.
The battery saver app lets you keep track of the remaining time for several things like audio playback, using the Internet and more. Furthermore, it also lets you find out important information like App CPU usage, RAM memory, model, and graphics so that you remain updated about the system status.
That’s all for now!
Empower Your iPhone Battery to Last Long!
Now, take full advantage of these apps to perfectly manage the battery life of your iPhone. I’m sure they can be of enormous help in powering up the device to last longer.
If there is an app we have missed to include in this list, do let us know that in the comments below.
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