Battery Benchmark

Battery Benchmark


Please DO NOT download this app and DON'T give a bad rating if you don't know what it does: it is intended for professional testers, send me an e-mail BEFORE trying to use it for what it is not made. Thank you.

Does NOT enhance battery life (or anything else), does NOTHING except a battery stress test.

BUT.... If you want a really want an objective autonomy tester, this app is what you need.

Battery benchmark app for Android. Just select the test type, leave your device alone (maybe several hours), and watch it working!

This application simulates a pseudo-realistic usage of your phone: GPS, WiFi, BlueTooth, CPU, screen, sends and receives data over the network, etc.

No data recorded, except the test results (e.g. no location recorded).

On each iteration you should hear a noise (one for screen on mode, an other when the screen is off), when the test is finished the results are send (anonymously!) to a web server where all the battery benchmarks are collected to allow comparisons (and you can see all the results on the "Result" screen).

Recent changes:
New: Displays elapsed time when restarting after a "full test"

Windows Phone version preparation (no, this app won't test WP powered phones, but I'm writing an other one with comparable behavior).

New test: 100%. Fully load your device's battery, launch the test, wait for the device to switch off, plug the charger, launch again Battery Benchmark to send the results.
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3.1
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File size
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About Battery Benchmark
Please DO NOT download this app and DON'T give a bad rating if you don't know what it does: it is intended for professional testers, send me an e-mail BEFORE trying to use it for what it is not made. Thank you.

Does NOT enhance battery life (or anything else), does NOTHING except a battery stress test.

BUT.... If you want a really want an objective autonomy tester, this app is what you need.

Battery benchmark app for Android. Just select the test type, leave your device alone (maybe several hours), and watch it working!

This application simulates a pseudo-realistic usage of your phone: GPS, WiFi, BlueTooth, CPU, screen, sends and receives data over the network, etc.

No data recorded, except the test results (e.g. no location recorded).

On each iteration you should hear a noise (one for screen on mode, an other when the screen is off), when the test is finished the results are send (anonymously!) to a web server where all the battery benchmarks are collected to allow comparisons (and you can see all the results on the "Result" screen).

Recent changes:
New: Displays elapsed time when restarting after a "full test"

Windows Phone version preparation (no, this app won't test WP powered phones, but I'm writing an other one with comparable behavior).

New test: 100%. Fully load your device's battery, launch the test, wait for the device to switch off, plug the charger, launch again Battery Benchmark to send the results.

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A Google User
Feb 10, 2014
Works as it should Worked, don't know why everyone is moaning about it? The whole idea is for it to drain your battery so you can see how long your battery could last under heavy usage. I must say, you could easily update the UI a bit but it did serve the purpose well. I am going on tour, and bought a portable charger, so I fired this up and let my phone drain with the portable charger plugged in too, it lasted almost 14 hours. That would last me a day when on tour. Thanks Developer.
A Google User
Jan 30, 2014
Annoying noise Started it - it started an annoying noise - muted my phone - the noise continued. The App didn't. It could've been good but why o why include that shyte?
A Google User
Jan 29, 2014
It does something that freezes my wi-fi router 50% of the time I use it, my wi-fi router(tp-link -WR841N) freezes and I have to reboot it.. Also, it does not disable/enable my cel's data/wifi network while testing.. so the test is kinda invalid..
A Google User
Jan 13, 2014
Perfect iteration Does exactly what it claims to do. Simulating usage of all the radios, and processor states and screen on. Great job on making an objective benchmark!
A Google User
Dec 12, 2013
Annoying Good in theory but every second it makes an extremely loud, obnoxious noise. Why?