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Vampire apps suck power from your smartphones

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Vampires remain hot. Whether it be on television with the 'Vampire Diaries' to the new release coming to the big screen in 'Vampire Academy'.

Vampires also can invade our smartphones in the form of apps that drain the battery right we need to take that critical call or send an important text message.

KS Mobile, the makers of the free Clean Master utility app for Android has come out with their list of the top ten battery draining apps for Android:

10) Candy Crush Saga

9) Fruit Ninja

8) Racing Moto

7) imo free video calls and text

6) Temple Run 2

5) Zello PTT Walkie-Talkie

4) Viki: Free TV, Movies & News

3) EZ Weather Forecast & Widget

2) Outlook.com

1) Camera360 Ultimate

“We want to empower our users keep their smartphones operating smooth and efficient, that’s why we want them to know which apps they enjoy the most might be draining their battery life more than they know,” said Adam Morley, Product Manager of Clean Master. “Eliminate the frustration of being left with a dead smartphone by practicing smart battery preservation on your Android and being selective about which apps you use.”

Clean Master for Android is a free app that can help clean your smartphone.

Per Clean Master, the app can do all of the following:

- Junk Files Remover – Erase installed cache files easily with one tap. Save hundreds of megabytes and boost smartphone performance.

- Privacy – Wipe clean your search records, phone logs, text messages, PayPal information, etc. with ease.

- App Manager - Backup, uninstall, and/or move your apps to the SD card.

- Task Killer – Preserve battery life and RAM by closing applications.

All of the apps listed are popular apps, so now it's a good time to see if they are playing vampire to your smartphone.

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