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These are the Android apps that will drain your battery in no time

If you have been wondering why your Android device doesn't last nearly as long on a full charge as it used to when it was brand new, it is probably due to apps that you have installed. After downloading so many of them, it is not always easy to figure out which ones drain your battery the most.

Luckily, an Amsterdam-based software company, AVG Technologies, have conducted a thorough research and identified those apps on Google Play store that would drain the juice on your device in no time.

The following apps are the worst offenders, as they will drain your battery regardless of whether your Android device is on or off:

1) Facebook

2) Google Maps

3) Facebook Messenger

4) Instagram

5) BlackBerry Messenger

6) ChatON

7) Kik Messenger

8) WhatsApp

9) WebChat

10) The Weather Channel

The following apps are also highly power-hungry. However, in this case, they will only consume the power when started by user:

1) Snapchat

2) Spotify

3) LINE: Free Calls & Messages

4) Samsung WatchOn

5) Clean Master

6) Microsoft Outlook

7) Amazon Shopping

8) Wallmart

9) SoundCloud

10) BBC iPlayer



For more information, follow this link:

http://goo.gl/Yp1gGf


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Posted on 3 Aug 2016




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