The Barcelona Mobile World Congress held on March 3rd witnessed the launch of 2 new apps from the stables of Avast Software, namely Avast GrimFighter and Avast Battery Saver. Observers say this new strategy marks a shift in policy for the company which prides itself as one of the pioneers of security-related software mainly for PC. Although Avast is a late entrant in the market, Its battery saver distinguishes itself from the pack with its unique set of features and the absence of ads. If you are a geek guy then you should know this app. Keep in mind the app is completely free and is backed by Avast’s reputation.
Automatic Battery profile switching based on WIFI network or GPS location. Manual switching also possible.
Accurate depiction of estimated battery life
Does not affect performance, calls, internet connectivity, screen brightness or ringing volume
Very Light on the system, Fast Start-up
Basic and Straightforward interface, easy to use
No unnecessary features, trackers, statistics, graphs, 1-Click optimize, Floating or Homescreen widgets
Hardly any targeted Ads
Only 4 customizable battery profiles
Cannot specify ignore list of apps that the saver closes to save battery
No Healthy Charging system present
Cannot turn off GPS to save battery life
Lack of home screen widgets to change profiles on the fly
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