In the modern digital age, using a smartphone can be a double-edged sword. A lot of people own smartphones and have become very attached to their digital devices. The problem is that the devices tend to burn up their battery energy quite quickly because they are constantly in use. Plus, the more apps a person uses on their phone, the faster the battery will drain. The developers at the YirgaLab have created a good solution to this issue with the ShutApp, an intuitive battery saver app for the Android.
ShutApp is very simple and easy-to-use. One advantage it has over other battery saver apps is that it operates on just one tap. With one tap, a user can very quickly and easily shut down background apps or other phone apps that have not been closed. Even better, these apps will not restart until the user allows them to do so. This offers a way to boost the overall battery life on a smartphone, so users aren’t constantly scrambling to charge their phones throughout the day. Another intuitive feature for ShutApp is that it can block data flow when the phone is not in use. The user can choose whatever apps they want in the access list to have access to their personal network. This will not only help users save on their battery power, but it also helps them save on data usage by closing down their unwanted apps that might be running without them knowing it. Additionally, the ShutApp has a quick Easy Lookup option available that helps the user see what apps are running and how to quickly shut them down. All of this can be done simply with one tap on the app. This user experience can be tailored to the Android owner’s personal preferences. If there are apps that the user wants to continue running, ShutApp has a helpful Whitelist option. With this feature, the user can exclude certain apps from getting shut down if they so choose.
ShutApp is free-to-download, and it’s available now for the Android. The app is just a click away at the Google Play Store.