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Juice Defender Vs. Green Power
A picture is worth a thousand words.
Now, as you can see my total screen on time has not been much (about 1 hour 15 minutes) as I was at work all day yesterday, however I can say that this is simply extraordinary battery life. In fact I have never seen anything like this (myself) before this. This was after installing Green Power (GP) and pretty much leaving it on the default settings (I may have messed with one or two but nothing significant). So while Juice Defender (JD) really seemed to help out, at the end of the day it couldn't hold a candle to Green Power.
And again, the beauty of all this is that GP (or JD, for that matter) doesn't seem to affect the phone's functionality in any way whatsoever. Because GP disables WiFi and data when the screen is not on, it takes a second to establish these connections when you turn the screen back on. But only a second. Typically the connections are made and the phone is fully functional by the time you've swiped through the lock screen.
Simply amazing is all I can say. I'm on track to get more than two days service off one charge. Hell, I don't think there's a smartphone on the market that can do that right out of the box. So, for those of you interested I'd strongly recommend that you install GP for a day or two and draw your own conclusions. Heck, if you don't like it, just uninstall it.