Originally Posted by spirosbond
Actually Vibify keeps your phone awake in order to detect when you move your phone, and give you that vibration. The thing is that if you forgot your phone with a missed notification for long time, Vibify will keep your phone awake for all that time, waiting for you to move the phone. The battery consumption is very small, but if those periods exceed 3 hours you can see Vibify rising at the Battery Stats !
I am thinking of adding an option as a threshold time, to protect the battery and disable Vibify after for example 1 hour of continuous operation (waiting)... What do you think?
Well, I know if there are notifications then it will keep the device awake, but in my case there was no notification and it still keep my device awake for few minutes. So I charged my phone to 100%, unplugged, went to shower and after finished shower I check my phone and it was 98%. So I check my battery consumption and there it is vibify keep it awake for like 16min.. Well after that it just works normally. So I don't know what happened.
Well its a good feature if you add some threshold time, could be useful when we are sleeping and there are notifications coming in. It could drain the battery if it keep the phone awake all night.. Another work around I believe by turning on the proximity option and leave it face down..
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