Great app in theory. With the app installed my 3 different Bluetooth devices will sometimes connect to my Samsung S3 with no problem, however sometimes connect just enough for the phone to get the battery level of the Bluetooth device. I then have to go into the Bluetooth settings and connect manually before they will work, it will also randomly disconnect.The battery level is not accurate, it will say there is 40-50% charge left but the Bluetooth device will shut off because of a low battery. It will be a great app once the bugs are worked out. 2017/08/28 Too unreliable, uninstall.
Although a good concept the app does not give very reliable battery status. On my Sony Bluetooth headphones the percentage has still been stuck to 70 percent even thought I have been using it for around four hours.
Disconnects a Bluetooth device and reconnects each time the app updates Bluetooth battery status. So, you hear in your ear DISCONNECTED, CONNECTED, DISCONNECTED, CONNECTED. Nexus 6 lineage OS, with Q6 earbuds.
It helps one to know the remaining battery of one's bluetooth device which is good for Android Lollipop upto Android Nougat users considering that the bluetooth battery indicator will only be implemented in Android O. However, with the recent update, the notification not refreshing has worsened. I have already set the "Auto Measure" to 15 minutes but still the notification wouldn't update after some time. The time beside BatOn ⚫ "17m" keeps on adding up instead of refreshing itself back to "now" after 15 minutes. The previous version before the update would only continue adding up the time if the app is closed in the recent apps drawer but now even if I keep the app in the recent apps drawer, the notification won't update.
Spoke too soon indicator completely inaccurate when device manually tells me 5% BATON shows me 90%🤐
Keeps disconnecting and reconnecting my Bluetooth device. Unusable.