Amplify has remained one of the most popular Xposed modules out there over the last few years, and for good reason; it's a great-looking, feature packed app that allows users to save a LOT of battery life. It's a godsend for users with older devices or phones with smaller batteries, and today it has received an update introducing support form Xposed Framework on Android Nougat.
A large number of Xposed modules need optimisation for the new release of Xposed Framework on Android 7.0 and 7.1 due to some of the architectural changes in Nougat, and the subsequent modifications to Xposed that may harm the performance of unoptimised modules. GravityBox, another popular Xposed module, was also recently updated with support for Xposed on Android Nougat – and today, Amplify has turned up to the party.
For those of you who are unaware, Amplify is an Xposed module that allows for the control of alarms and wakelocks, and allows users to tame battery-hungry system wakelocks like NlpWakelock and NlpCollectorWakeLock – resulting in significant gains in battery life. The update also includes support for SELinux wakelocks, services, and alarms, adding an additonal layer of flexibility that users will no doubt appreciate. The developer of the module, cryptyk, also pointed out that the module will be retaining support for Android Lollipop and Marshmallow, so users on older devices should rest assured. While this build might have its bugs as it's the first publicly available Nougat build, we are impressed and happy to see the first official build of Amplify on Android Nougat so soon. You can download it from the link below:
What do you guys think? Is this a module you think you'll find yourself using in the near future for them sweet sweet battery gains? Let u8s know in the comments, or post over on the forums with your thoughts.