PowerGuard iPhone App

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PowerGuard is an iPhone app developed by RebornInfo Co.,Ltd. More than just a power-saving battery life app, PowerGuard also acts as a privacy tool. In addition, this app helps you to see your phone’s storage, disk space, and CPU stats at a glance.

PowerGuard is organized into four main services: battery advisor, a private album, contacts backup, and general tips to help your iPhone run at peak efficiency.

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The private album is secured by a dot-pattern password of your choosing, which I think is a nicer option that the standard 4-digit PIN a lot of “secure” apps want you to use. The contacts backup is excellent, as it’s a dead simple drag ‘n drop interface. I can’t speak to the iPhone tips section, as it appeared to be down both times I tried to access it during testing.

The battery advisor is far and away the most robust feature of this app. You can quickly see your current charge level, and also get an estimate about how much time you have left on your battery based on your phone activity.

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In terms of the interface, this isn’t my favorite app in this category. While it is easy to see your phone’s storage, disk space, and CPU stats at a glance, I feel like the layout of this data could have been organized in a way that made better use of the available screen space. That being said, the navigation menu is thoughtfully laid out in a logical manner.

This app is free for a week-long period, starting from Feb. 14th. If you haven’t tried out this helpful productivity tool, now is a great time to snatch it up before the price increases. Overall, this app is well worth checking out, particularly if you grab it while it is still a freebie.

Want more? Check out PowerGuard in Facebook, or follow them on Twitter.

PowerGuard requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.


6 COMMENTS

  1. Indeed a good app, with reseasonable price. Not to mention it’s free for limited time right now. However, I just donloaded it from App Store and it seems that you guys reviewed a previous version. The newest version has a “My iPhone” button. Occassionaly there’s “Optimize” option on the screen, meaning iPhone need more storage space. I really like that feature, but it’s confusing that sometimes “Optimize” button is missing. I guess my iPhone has enough memory and needs no clean at that time. Still, it’s confusing. Hope the developers can make that button remain in next version.

    Besides, I’ve looked up on Facebook and their Page link is https://www.facebook.com/ipowerguard, while this post gave https://www.facebook.com/ipowerguard.en. Don’t know where the “EN” came from. It gives me a bit of trouble to search for the right link.

    Overall, a very useful app, just as you guys said, well worth checking out, particularly if you grab it while it is still a freebie.

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