Does leaving apollo logged in drain battery?

wildturkey

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Also does it count as a text message?
 

Youngbinks

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Meh it's possible that it drains the battery because it is just another 3rd party app that's running so it requires more usage.
 

exilio

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How do you know what apps are running? I thought when you went to a different app, it closed the previous?
 

gcvt

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How do you know what apps are running? I thought when you went to a different app, it closed the previous?
To actually quit an application you need to hold down the home button for around 5 seconds. This quits the application and takes you back to the home screen.
 

exilio

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To actually quit an application you need to hold down the home button for around 5 seconds. This quits the application and takes you back to the home screen.
Wow, I didn't know that. Thanks for the tip. Is it recommended to do so? In order to save battery life?
 

entong

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Wow, I didn't know that. Thanks for the tip. Is it recommended to do so? In order to save battery life?
yep it is recommended. and also you can turn the wifi/bluetooth/edge when they are not needed. it also can help preserve the battery.

playing game also can take more power on the battery.
reduce the brightness it also can preserve the power .:laugh2::laugh2: