EcoCharge is an inexpensive app claims to be good for the environment, but the consensus here at the Green Blizzard headquarter is we are perplexed on how it’s environmentally friendly.

Given the value-add and power of many apps now in their second and third generation, its value is not impressive.

EcoCharge does have a few delightful screenshots of your battery and indications of how many video, audio, and standby minutes remain on your current battery charge.

We think that the environmental claim would be legit it EcoCharge was matched up with one of these solar phone recharges. These can give the phone a charge boost but to fully recharge takes a few days of constant sunlight.

Unless you’re camping and have 3 sunny days in a row, forget it. But for the backup and novelty sake consider either:

Check out the dozen or so other green apps reviews by Green Blizzard, or this selection:  Seafood WatchGreenPeace Tissue Guide and Gas Buddy.

Be sure to also read: Gift Ideas For A Green Handyman, What is Phantom Electricity?, Green Cleaning Products, and Savvy Green.


About the author

Keith Blizzard

A life-long environmentalist, Keith set out on the never ending journey of adjusting his lifestyle to a more sustainable one, with a goal of annually shrinking his carbon footprint. When he looked around for a dependable source of meaningful carbon footprint reduction ideas, it was pretty lame - so he launched Green Blizzard loaded with eco-friendly lifestyle tweaks. When he's not managing Green Blizzard, you'll find him on the trails around Mid Coast Maine with his trusty trail companion mutt, Moose.