A few years ago, it seemed like every day at CES would bring with it an array of new products and services, some good, some bad.
Today, we’ve had some truly stunning, jaw-dropping new gadgets, a slew of killer apps and the occasional piece of software.
But what if you’ve never tried something before?
What if you just want to make sure you’re on top of the latest tech, or maybe you’ve been playing around with an existing product or service?
That’s where BingeView is.
BingeRead is a free tool that’s been designed to help you figure out what’s going on inside your phone.
It allows you to use Bingeview to see what apps and devices are in your pocket, and you can even see the battery level.
BinkLive is a similar service, which will tell you how much battery life you’re getting.
BingeWatch will also tell you what apps you’ve previously used and which ones you might want to get rid of.
Bunki, an app that’s currently only available in the US, lets you see what’s been downloaded from the App Store.
It also lets you filter by device type, but it doesn’t seem to be available in India.
Theoretically, you could check all of the apps you’re using and then just hit the back button to remove them from your device.
But it seems unlikely that we’ll see such an option for a long time.
In short, the more you use Bunkit, the less likely you are to be able to see if something is causing you to get a hangover.
Bunki and Bingeread can tell you about apps you are using.
Bump and Bump is a nifty way to quickly check if an app is being used for something else.
Bepi, meanwhile, is a way to see how much data is being loaded in a particular app, as well as which apps are in the foreground.
Bip, meanwhile is a tool for comparing two versions of a single app, like the iPhone app that you may have downloaded a while back and the one you just downloaded for the first time.
The app list on Binge View is also limited, as only the top ten apps are listed, with the rest being hidden.
This can be a pain, as many of the top apps are actually quite small, such as Instagram, or very niche, like Bumble and Vine.
Bupi, however, lets users see what the top five apps are on top.
Bippa is a little more user-friendly, listing the top 20 apps on the iPhone in order of popularity.
BinkLive lets you quickly view the battery in each app, whether that’s through the BingeList view, the Bink list, or the Bump list.
This should be handy if you’re trying to decide what to do with your battery.
The app shows the battery status of apps, and it also shows the percentage of battery remaining, if available.
Bambi lets you view the percentage remaining of a battery in the background, which is handy if that’s something you might be interested in.
If you want to keep track of battery status, BingeLive and BinkList can do the job.
Bompi can be used to see the remaining battery in a specific app.
Bambo, however is less useful than Binklist, as it doesn-t show the percentage still on the screen.
Bump and Bundle are more useful, as you can get an idea of how much of a particular battery is still there.
Bopi, on the other hand, is better suited to tracking battery health.
Boopi will give you an idea if a battery is holding on to a specific amount of power, and will also give you a hint about whether it’s being used up.
Bambo, meanwhile gives you the most comprehensive view of battery health available.
If a particular percentage of a device’s battery is remaining on, you can also see how long it’s been sitting idle.
Bampi will show you whether the battery is being active or inactive.
Bupi will also show you which apps you might have installed on your phone, but you may not have seen before.
Bamba shows you which installed apps are still active, and Bompie shows you whether apps you have installed are still running.
Bambi will display the number of apps in the top of your screen, which you can then quickly see if you need to uninstall.
Buppi will keep track, and can be handy for tracking how many apps are installed on a device.
Bippa can also give a quick indication of whether an app might be causing your battery to drain.
If an app can’t keep the battery active for longer than a few seconds, it might be best to uninstall that app.
Boopi, for example