The best battery savers for Android free download



There are two best battery savers for all Android users ever.


  1.ShutApp battery saver 
ShutApp helps you close all the apps that are running in the background so they stop wasting your smartphone battery and bandwidth. With just one click, all those apps will be closed in a matter of seconds. The best part is that the apps that are shut down remain that way until you open them up again. 

From the drop down menu located at the left side of the screen, you can configure your blank list. All the apps in this blank list won’t be closed when you click on the ShutApp button, which personalizes your experience even more.

According to the developers, ShutApp is ‘truly a battery saving app’... and it really is. Depending on the number of apps that are usually running on the background, one tap in ShutApp gives you quite a few minutes of battery life.
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CLOSE APPS AND SAVE BATTERY ON ANDROID WITH SHUTAPP
Battery life is becoming one of the most important considerations people make when buying a new device. Though luckily there's such a thing as powerbanks these days, it's not always great to have to drag so much crap around. That's why apps to help save battery are now the Holy Grail for Android users. ShutApp is one of them: it doesn't just help you economize on battery, but does so simply and intuitively
Requirements
Android 4.1 or greater is required

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2. Greenify Battery Saver

Greenify is a tool that lets you hibernate any application that runs in the background on your Android device so that it doesn’t use up your battery when you're not using it.

By hibernating an app, what you're doing is basically putting it out of service while you're not actively using it. In other words, hibernated apps will be completely static (and not consuming battery power) as long as you don’t actively start them and bring them to the foreground.

Because of this, apps such as alarms or instant messaging services should never be hibernated. Other apps you're better off hibernating because their functions when in the background don’t really provide you with anything except battery consumption.

Greenify is a very useful app that will allow you to save a quite a bit of battery power. Plus, unlike other apps that let you 'kill off' apps, with Greenify you can easily and quickly go back to using them by simply starting them up.
By Álvaro Toledo
DOZE VS GREENIFY: HOW TO HIBERNATE APPS AND SAVE YOUR DATA PLAN AND BATTERY LIFE
We've already explained several times that what most eats up your smartphone battery and data allowance are all those services running in the background and doing constant checks even when you're not using the device. Greenify – a free and open source tool – has been around for a long time to solve this problem by hibernating background processes. The arrival of Android Marshmallow has brought Doze, which does the same thing, integrated into the operating system, and other third-party apps simulate this feature by funnelling your data through a VPN.
GREENIFY KEEPS BACKGROUND APPS FROM CONSUMING RESOURCES
The Greenify app for Android already has a few years behind it; with this interesting tool you can optimize the battery life of your Android device by temporarily hibernating processes in the background that would otherwise be consuming resources without your realizing it. 
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