1. logan82's Avatar
    Hibernate - Real Battery Saver Make your phone truly a Smartphone-ss1.pngHibernate - Real Battery Saver Make your phone truly a Smartphone-ss2.pngHibernate - Real Battery Saver Make your phone truly a Smartphone-ss3.jpg

    Honestly, most battery saving apps don't save that much power to be worth it without disabling a lot of features on your phone, at which point, you might as well not have a smart phone.

    That’s not the case with Hibernate – Real Battery Saver app by Realistic. By choosing to Hibernate particular Power draining app, settings and CPU; it automatically stops these apps and setting to execute their tasks when the phone is in sleep mode, i.e. screen is off, and when you use your phone again, these apps and settings gets back to their normal task, without any need of checking/unchecking, with no interference in your day to day task to provide you; more power and smooth experience of using your smartphone.

    It’s a simple, elegant and awesome single screen app where you have three hibernation settings, one is Application Hibernation Lock, Second is CPU Hibernation Lock and the third is Setting Hibernation Lock. You can easily scroll through these settings. In that way you don’t have to search or navigate throughout the app for any setting; to make app experience easier.

    Let’s talk about first setting which is “Application Hibernation Setting”. This setting hibernates (disable) the app which are executing their task in background and also consuming battery in the process. It’s fine if these apps are running when you are using your phone and it’s necessary to have the experience of a smartphone. But when you are not using your phone i.e. phone is in idle condition or simply we can say in sleep mode, you don’t want these apps to drain battery. That’s what this setting do; stop these battery draining apps to consume battery so that you could have more battery power in your phone whenever you use it.

    Second setting is “CPU Hibernation Lock”. CPU is “the brain of android” constantly computing many demanding tasks like updating apps, widgets and checking for software updates. These computing tasks drain lots of battery. This setting locks CPU to the lowest possible frequency ensuring huge battery saving and enhanced performance.

    Third is “Setting Hibernation Lock”. Settings like Bluetooth, WIFI, and Sync use ample amount of battery. By using this setting you can ensure more power in your smartphone.

    That not all, it also prevent your smartphone to get heated and keep your device lagging free so that you can have the experience of using your smartphone in a better and smooth way.

    A free version of Hibernate can be installed from the Google Play Store to save the battery up to 50%. There's also a donate version of Hibernate for Rupees 650, to unlock battery saving up to 100%.

    Try it and let me know your take.
    03-06-2018 04:30 AM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    We'll see after it runs for a few days. Slowing the CPU clock to 300MHz when the screen if off, if I use it for nothing else, should save a lot of power. (I can't hibernate my email or text apps - I need those as soon as they come in.)
    03-06-2018 02:40 PM
  3. logan82's Avatar
    Hi Rukbat,

    Thanks for asking, email or text apps already optimized; means they do not use excessive battery power to work, that's why they exclude from the list, only the apps which uses excessive amount of battery, comes under the radar to get hibernate.
    03-16-2018 05:54 AM

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