this is one nasty app! wow! thanks
been using it for the last week in my home with VERY spotty service and of course the airave is on the opposite side of the house so my parents can use it... but in my room where i spend the majority of my time i have very spotty service. the app has done wonders to my battery. at first i was very skeptical so i ran the phone without it for 2 days monitoring the battery usage with metterberry. then i threw the app on there and started monitoring again. sure enough over the next 2 or 3 days i was seeing an average of 10-15% increase a day (based on usage its very hard to keep that 100% consistent. )
i am using a custom setting.
threshold is 115
for at least 30 sec
leave off for 2 min
check again after 30 sec
i absolutely love the app when i spend time in my room. the app works just as advertised and please be advised this app is ONLY for people with SPOTTY or NO Coverage the app will NOT improve people with great signal all the time.
if you have any questions id be happy to answer them
Last edited by wowthatisrandom; 08-05-2009 at 10:08 AM.
Thanks for the post wowthatisrandom.
I fortunately have great reception however, your evaluation is certainly worth taking the time to read.
I can see this app being a great tool for those of us who travel for business and always are in areas where reception is weak or driving in and out of hot spots. Thanks for your input on this app.
Originally Posted by wowthatisrandom
Originally Posted by Pblakeney
exactly what the apps for and its great that it has a waiting period b4 shutting the radio off.. for those tunnels or other quick dead spots u run through!
Does this app have the built in "Call Back" feature that they just released in a seperate app today. In the description above when you read about battery saver it says that there is auto call back, just need to confirm this or not with someone who has this app already
From others I've read, no.
Originally Posted by HarlyFan
Thanks for the review, wowthatisrandom....I probably should monitor my signal strength first and see how low it goes.
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