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Juice Defender: Plus or Ultimate worth it?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by TripleB67, Oct 6, 2012.

  1. TripleB67

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    I currently have Juice Defender Free installed on my Droid 4 (for about 3 days now). It claims to be extending my battery life 1.33 times.

    I see that there is a Plus Version ($1.99) and an Ultimate Version ($4.99).

    I am wanting to know if you feel either of these versions are worth the upgrade cost?

    On a typical weekday I have my phone on all the time but do not check it from around 8am until 1:30pm (I'm a teacher) and then after 1:30pm I probably check it every 45 minutes or so; or when it signals me that I have a text, phone call, or someone responded to something on Facebook. I have WiFi at home and at work.

    Thanks for any and all help!

    TripleB67
     

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    Download green power :)
    I used to had juice defender but i switched ;) (i bought the premiun)
     
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    I have JD ultimate. Imo, it helps. People will argue about but Imo, it helps. I have run my phone with and without it turned on and I can tell a difference. It won't keep your phone on for 2 days but I feel like it does extend the battery life.
     
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    The difference between the paid options and the free ones is the level of customizing available, allowing the best battery savings with your preferred usage. I considered getting JD, but the free version of Green Power has all the options I need.
     

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