Battery Monitor Widget Pro v3.5 APKPosted in Android Apps By Il Mondo Dei Ragazzi
Complete battery monitoring with notification icon, history, graphics and alarms
Tested on Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy Note, HTC One X, Iconia A500, Transformer all under ICS: Consumes < 3 seconds of CPU per day using default (recommended) settings.
The most complete tool to manage your battery: Shows historical data (%, mA, mW, mV and temperature), calculates estimated run-times and battery aging, helps calibrate battery and improve your battery run-time.
- NOT all phones report accurate mA - Check app web-site for more information
- The app displays the % remaining, voltage and temperature data reported by Android OS
- HTC One X reports incorrect mA during standby, use mA corrections for better results
- Android battery stats have nothing to do with % calculations
Measures real battery capacity using historical data!
Display all information using great looking graphics, fully scrollable and zoomable.
Use additional packages to show great looking icons in notification bar
Display historical graphics or battery data on your home screen using widgets of various sizes!
Triggers alarm based on battery data (voltage and temperature limits)
Manually resets battery calibration/statistics on rooted phone
Support Motorola Defy/Atrix 1% reporting
Online help accessible from settings
Export data to System Tuner Pro to analyze which process is responsible for battery drain!
Lowest battery consumption on the market! Disable history/graphics for even lower consumption! Check web-site for app consumption and supported phones.
What's in this version : (Updated : Apt 26, 2015)
- Improve battery statistics table layout, and add header with totals
- Add graphics option in notification packs (pack update required)
- Ability to uninstall/update notification packs from within app
- Enable estimates graphic in widgets (primary graphic only)
- Notification packs support Samsung edge-screen feeds
- Enable direct notification pack download in free version
- Add device history markers mixed mode