Find out What Applications Made your Smartphone Battery Run Out

Smartphone without battery, what does it mean? Useless! Unfortunately, recent smartphone often have run-out-fast battery. Use it several moments, then charged, then run out again. Whew!

There’s a fact the smartphone battery run out triggered by spendthrift resource applications. Those applications often suck smartphone battery without mercy. If you’re iPhone or Android user, you can see what applications mostly took your smartphone battery.

How to do it, is by using Carat, free application for iPhone and Android which is able to analyze battery usage in your smartphone. Not just that. Carat will also give suggestion and recommendation to make your smartphone battery durable and last longer.

Carat’s Features

Giving advice and recommendation to save your smartphone battery
Giving detail of each application which took smartphone battery power
Giving device information detail about analyzed data
Detail of battery energy usage in graphic
Application which used smallest energy and CPU
J-Score: an assessment system shows how the efficiency of your battery energy usage compared with other users.
Sharing feature to facebook, twitter, etc.

How Carat Works

After you’ve installed Carat in iPhone, iPad or Android… Then Carat will investigate your device for more or less one week. After the investigation time, Carat will directly give its report. Started from application detail took the most battery resources, bug which made battery spendthrift, to suggestion and recommendation to make your smartphone battery last longer

Download Carat for iOS (iPhone, iPad) and Android

Carat for iOS



Carat for Android


Okay, now you don’t have to be confuse when your smartphone battery run out. Just follow advices and recommendations from Carat, while uninstalling spendthrift battery application which actually you didn’t need.

Travis Brice is a computer technician and also father of two cute children. After 6 years of hard work at telecommunication company, he decides to quit his job and build his own business. Now he also writes for Spyontech on his spare time. He loves to write about operating system, especially Microsoft Windows.

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