Smart WiFi; the ultimate way to save battery power!
Hong Kong (PRWEB) June 11, 2011
The WiFi function on a smartphone is besides being an unmissable feature, also one of the features that consumes the most battery power. When not connected to a WiFi hotspot the phone keeps searching for a suitable network to connect to, using unnecessary battery power.
Thanks to Smart WiFi, Android™ users now have the option to preserve battery power by effectively managing their WiFi connectivity. Already a huge success for BlackBerry® Smartphones, this application is now also available for Android™ Smartphones. Smart WiFi leverages from the Android™ always being connected to the network carrier. By combining cell tower and WiFi hotspot information WiFi is turned off when not needed and turned back on when needed. Because WiFi is one of the biggest consumers of battery power when searching for WiFi networks this has a tremendous effect on your battery life.
By remembering cell tower information, Smart WiFi detects when a hotspot area (e.g. home or office) is left and WiFi is turned off automatically. In doing so, this saves a lot of battery power. Whenever a hotspot area is entered again, Smart WiFi automatically switches the WiFi function back on, allowing the user to use WiFi as usual.
To watch a short video introduction on Smart WiFi, go to our YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/s4bb#p/a/u/0/Y__fof2AMQw
Smart WiFi for Android™ Smartphones is available for $1.99 on Android Market for all Smartphones running Android 2.1 or higher: http://market.android.com/details?id=com.s4bb.smartwifi
About S4BB Limited:
S4BB Limited is a Hong Kong-based company, specializing in the development of mobile applications. Its market-leading BlackBerry® products cover nearly all aspects of what is possible on a mobile device. It provides software for the world-wide mobile market, such as games, productivity applications, administration tools, mobile communication products, as well as desktop applications for preparing data for your mobile device.
Arjan van der Vlies
http://www.s4bb.com | arjan(at)s4bb(dot)com
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