Android :: Looking For System Usage App?

Oct 15, 2010

I see that a lot of folks recommend "Spare Parts" as a app to monitor system usage. Are there any other apps out there that do the same thing? The main reason i ask is because Spare Parts doesn't seem to have the greatest reviews so i have been debating on installing it.

I main thing i want to be able to do is see what is using my battery power.

Android :: Looking for system usage app?


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