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Old March 26th, 2011, 09:53 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Yeahha View Post
I figured the app would be smart enough to see there was no wireless service and wouldn't try to connect
But if the apps is free but depends on ads coming in, they will sleep not so long before trying to connect isn't it ? After-all the free app developer derive the revenue from those ads isn't it ? Even if there is no ads appearing on screen, it may still need to send data it gather from the smart-phone and send out to some servers isn't it ?

Gist is they need to connect out to outside world somehow and I can guarantee their sleep period isn't very long. Sleep -> wake-up -> try to connect -> Sleep -> wake-up -> try to connect cycle repeating will drain your battery fast slowly.

Of cuz it all depends on each Android app implementation and some are nasty and some are nice.
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