Perfect for me. Excluding the fact that it will randomly change to Celsius, this widget is exactly what I need. Battery Status Widget seems too big. I don't want the first thing I see on the screen to be the battery life, so making it small is good. People who say it's too small are most likely not power users, no pun intended. If you open your phone and want to see your battery status one more than one tile, you're using your phone wrong.
Good small battery widget I haven't tried all of them, but this one has the benefit of requiring no permissions and taking little screen space, while displaying quite a bit of info for its size. I would have liked some more options to select what is shown (since apparently there's more info judging by other battery widgets), but it's no big deal. (Using on Motorola DEFY.)
nice. I was confused as to why I couldn't find the app in my widgets list but it needed to be on my phone, not my sd card. it's nice! and I'm glad it doesn't need any completely random, unnecessary permissions.
Simple, takes up little screen space, updates live and shows voltage on your home screen... Good and no nonsense! The only improvement would be to request different logos and fonts, but that's being picky...
Automatic temperature jumps to °F after 2 seconds Had to lower from 5 to 3 stars for the automatic unit a few years ago. Every time I was turning the screen on, temperature was back to °F and sometimes tapping on the widget didn't change it back to °C... This automatic feature is useless, since nobody will ever change the setting. Everybody uses what they know. For me, °F doesn't mean anything. Now I lower to 1 star because the unit jumps back to °F after 2-3 seconds. Also there is no update since 2011. This widget is abandoned. Too bad, I would have paid.
Best looking battery widget. Voltage doesent work on the Marshall London phone. 5 stars because it worked on Note 3. Temp is wrong on Marshall, but correct on Note with same system settings.
Fixed wrong voltage display on some devices