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10 Ways to Save Battery Life on Your Smartphone

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It really doesn’t matter what kind of smartphone you rely on for work or play — be it an iPhone, Android device, Windows Phone or BlackBerry — the more these pocket-sized computers can do, the more pressure it can put on the battery.

If you’re finding your smartphone is petering out before you’re ready to, consider these tips to squeeze more battery life between charges.

1. DIM THE SCREEN

Turning down the brightness of your smartphone screen will help preserve battery life. Look in the Options or Settings menu. You’ll get used to the dimmer screen after a short while. On a related note, also set your screen to turn off after a minute or so of inactivity.

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