FoneDoktor

FoneDoktor


FoneDoktor monitors the usage of your phone and makes suggestions for getting more performance and better battery life out of your phone.

Features:
- Compare your battery life against the average battery life of your phone and your carrier
- See how your battery life improves over time
- Receive push notifications with recommendations for improving performance and battery life

FoneDoktor works by sending usage information such as average screen brightness, wifi vs. 3G usage, signal strength during usage, and time on charge upstream to a server, where the data is analyzed. Once FoneDoktor has enough data, it starts making recommendations to you to help you improve your battery life and overall phone performance. These recommendations come as push notifications on your Android phone.

Contact Us: If you have any questions, or notice anything wrong, don't hesitate to send us an email: [email protected] Thanks for trying FoneDoktor!

Note: This is the beta version, which means it's been tested only by those of us that have built it. But in it's current state, it hasn't seen broad usage. Please bear with us while we fix any bugs that come up.

Learn more: http://www.fonedoktor.com

Follow FoneDoktor on Twitter: http://twitter.com/fonedoktor

Recent changes:
This is the beta version, which means it's been tested only by those of us that have built it. But in it's current state, it hasn't seen broad usage. Please bear with us while we fix any bugs that come up.
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Free
82
4.1
User ratings
9
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
1
File size
678 kb
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About FoneDoktor
FoneDoktor monitors the usage of your phone and makes suggestions for getting more performance and better battery life out of your phone.

Features:
- Compare your battery life against the average battery life of your phone and your carrier
- See how your battery life improves over time
- Receive push notifications with recommendations for improving performance and battery life

FoneDoktor works by sending usage information such as average screen brightness, wifi vs. 3G usage, signal strength during usage, and time on charge upstream to a server, where the data is analyzed. Once FoneDoktor has enough data, it starts making recommendations to you to help you improve your battery life and overall phone performance. These recommendations come as push notifications on your Android phone.

Contact Us: If you have any questions, or notice anything wrong, don't hesitate to send us an email: [email protected] Thanks for trying FoneDoktor!

Note: This is the beta version, which means it's been tested only by those of us that have built it. But in it's current state, it hasn't seen broad usage. Please bear with us while we fix any bugs that come up.

Learn more: http://www.fonedoktor.com

Follow FoneDoktor on Twitter: http://twitter.com/fonedoktor

Recent changes:
This is the beta version, which means it's been tested only by those of us that have built it. But in it's current state, it hasn't seen broad usage. Please bear with us while we fix any bugs that come up.

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A Google User
May 5, 2013
Nice
A Google User
May 5, 2013
Nice
A Google User
Aug 24, 2012
I like the idea ...I just don't like the realisation (the app doesn't work("more data needs to be collected"(it may be because I switch between two batteries, but still...))).Nevertheless 5 stars for the idea, and after few months I will review my rating to include the realisation too. edit:six months later nothing has changed... will check it again after a year or so...
nikolay
Aug 24, 2012
I like the idea ...I just don't like the realisation (the app doesn't work("more data needs to be collected"(it may be because I switch between two batteries, but still...))).Nevertheless 5 stars for the idea, and after few months I will review my rating to include the realisation too. edit:six months later nothing has changed... will check it again after a year or so...
A Google User
Jan 5, 2012
good not yet