Outdated UI and hacky way to display the battery, but it works and works really well, so I'd recommend. Minor knocks: -Notifications get cut off (so you can't see all of the t.... -The actual notification appears in the common area (not the persistent notifications section at the bottom of the draw) on lollipop, so it's in the way and takes up space with my active notifications.
I would put 0 stars I want a refund Horrible don't work
Perfect Installed on my Nexus 5 (lollipop), and it did exactly what I was looking for. It provides an accurate status bar battery meter for my Bluetooth headphones (Backbeat Go 2). Automatically comes on when connected and turns off when disconnected. Worth the dollar.
David Belovich What a nifty little application! Works flawlessly with my new BackBeat PRO BT headphones on my Samsung Galaxy Tab S (running Android 4.4.2.) Installed cleanly (without any superfluous permission requests), and worked instantly. I've now been running it for a couple of days and don't see any battery impact. Bravo Apprture, this is the way to write a useful App. Well worth the $0.99 ask.
Works fine! Nexus 5 on Lollipop, worked as soon as the headset got connected and battery level seems accurate
Good Works fine with M25 @ Alcatel OT IDOL. Android 4.1.1
Version 1.15: Added Voyager 5200 device name.
** If using a BackBeat FIT, it must be running at least firmware version "D." Use Plantronics's BackBeat FIT Updater app to update yours. **
** We have received reports that there are bugs in the Bluetooth implementations on the Samsung Galaxy S4 (Android 4.2.2) and HTC One M7 (Android 4.4.2) that prevent them from working with the Bluetooth Battery Meter. (Note: the S4 running 4.4.2 and HTC One M8 running 4.4.2 apparently work perfectly.) **
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