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So if this report is true then using a lot of ad supported apps could be really hurting the battery life on your Android phone.

Suddenly paying 99 cents or $1.99 for an app seems like a pretty good deal doesn't it?

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Study Says Ad-Enabled Android Apps Dras­ti­cally Affect Battery Life
Many of us don't care for ads because they tend to get in the way, but a new study suggests you should be worried about your battery life more than anything. A

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11 thoughts on “Pay For Your Apps — Get Better Battery Life”

  1. Yes, It's a 'well duh' but like +Eoghann Irving I never thought about it. I only have two apps I have paid. My battery lasts for about eight hours. That is if I don't stuck in one part of the building to long. Than it lasts less than two hours.

  2. I have adfree running on rooted(obviously) htc incred­ible with about 115 apps loaded. 95% are free with ads. That said and knowing the Inc has horrible battery life, I'd say it must have some posi­tive impact. I get about 12 – 16 hours depending on usage. And I'm on g+ mobile most of the day.

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