Providing useful and relevant data revolving around battery health and general device information on a neat screen with unrivaled accuracy.
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Each button has a clearly labeled function and all screens are designed to be easily understood, granting access to basic information and for more detailed specs when needed.
Different users need different information, ranging from very basic like battery health and state to advanced numbers about network traffic and detailed hardware information.
▸ Unrivaled accuracy
▸ Direct access to information and data
▸ Proprietary algorithms for detailed uptime prognostics
▸ Limit warnings
▸ In-depth system information
▸ Per-service runtime analysis
▸ Available runtime per task calculation
▸ Extended runtime calculation on per app basis
While delivering important and useful information, Battery Doc proves its use when you need to know how much time is left for a specific task. Battery Doc precisely calculates how long the battery is able to play music, to watch video, to play games in 2D or 3D before it needs the next charging.
Charging statistics not only counts how often the device is plugged and unplugged, the statistics only contain relevant charging cycles, and warn you when you should avoid charging your battery.
A battery too hot or too cold when charging can damage both the battery and the iPhone, Battery Doc warns you when you try to charge your iPhone under critical circumstances.
Optimizing Battery Life to make it last longer depends on of how your iPhone is used. Battery Doc tells you exactly which service is using how much of your remaining power, and can therefore tell you exactly how much longer your battery will last by disabling specific services.
Furthermore, it tells you how long your battery will last if you use your iPhone just for one single, specific task like gaming or video watching.
Extending battery life is a myth. Every app or tool with such a promise is fraud!
Reducing Battery wear on the other side is real, and exactly the purpose of Battery Doc.
When do you start taking care of your iPhones battery?