A few days ago, I moved to using Gingerbread on my Android phone, and the feeling is just great. The slick UI effects are a vast improvement over Froyo and some new visual styles have come up as well. Overall, Gingerbread is here to rock.
However, the main problem with Gingerbread is that it lacks support for many apps. Some of them have not been released for Gingerbread yet and others do not plan to release anytime soon. A primary app for use on an Android phone is a battery saver. Juice Defender is undoubtedly the most developed and functional app for this. It has been around for a while and has improved vastly over time. However, its lack of Gingerbread support has been a setback for me, so I went on this hunt to find a decent Juice Defender alternative and came across the app Green Power.
Green Power lacks considerably in options that Juice Defender provides. However, for basic battery saving, it does the job and does it well. In this post, we will see how to install and use the Green Power app.