That means no app that's using RAM uses any battery power.... LOL
That would be nice, but I'm gonna go with that's not correct. If it's using RAM than that app is running. Whether it's a wake lock or what it's running and using power.
Go to your battery, and scroll down to Facebook/messenger. If they are there they use power. Click on both, and post a photo. I'll explain your usage for ya.
What's even funnier is the proof is the article if you would've clicked on it, and read it. You wouldn't have made yourself sound clueless...
I would've said Facebook apps are the worst for battery usage before reading this article. At least I would've sounded like I knew something......
The Learning People: Digital Project Manager Q&A –
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