Originally Posted by Adar
I just upgraded from the Evo3D to the HTC One for myself and my wife's phones. I was curious about the Snapdragon Battery Guru though. I had never had a need to use it before, not having a Snapdragon processor. I'm always looking for ways to extend the battery life, so I was wondering if this utility is actually worth using. From the sounds of it, the negative impact is pretty low, and people seem to be getting a noticeable increase in battery life. I just am not really into trusting Google Play reviews/comments on things like this. I much more trust what you guys have to say about it.
Resulting battery savings are difficult to quantify at best.
However, I'd give it a shot.The settings are fairly customizable & straightforward, allowing for easy fine-tuning according to your needs.
Keep in mind the ONE has its own power savings features in SETTINGS > POWER. If you're experiencing undesirable results while running both, you may need to adjust settings in the BATTERY GURU app, &/or the phones native settings.