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Carat: The ingenious app that dishes out battery life-saving advice by showing which apps to kill

dailymail.co.uk (2 years and 1 month ago)

Jun 16, 2012

Engineers from California's UC Berkley have created a program that detects applications that gorge unnecessarily on a device's battery and lets users shut them down or update them. Adam Oliner and his team unveiled Carat this week, promising their program will improve the battery life of phones, tablets and portable music players. full story

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