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.
I use Awei Music BT headset. It shows battery percentage on iphone but not in s6edge. This app helps in showing the battery level. Big thanx for the team. Cons: not stable. Closes automatically. Provide option to not kill app on ram clearance One suggestion from my side is please show a small bluetooth symbol and percentage beside the battery level indicator in notification bar so not to confuse with phone battery level. Better provide it as an option.
I like it. It works as I expected BUT it's not stable. my bluetooth device, earphones, would keep on disconnect and connect 2 times every now and then after installing this app. Would have rated it higher. Hope it get fixed. Any other app with similar functionality?
I got this app to keep and eye on a few of my devices. However at first when I turned the headphones on, the app said it can't connect and then it shut down the headphones. I thought they went into a power saving mode so I tried it again, and it did the same thing. Tried another pair if headphones and they did the same thing. Now I got them to connect without shutting them off. Will update when I can use more devices.
Great App, provides a feature which sadly is missing in stock android. An improvement would be if the app would provide one single notification combining the battery levels of all devices instead of showing one notification per device, which wastes a lot of space.
Not fulfilling the main purpose for me: showing the battery status of my Fitbit Charge HR. Instead it always shows 0% charge even if it's just been charged fully and the Fitbit app also shows full charge, so it's not a bad phone connectivity issue. It recognizes Charge HR correctly via Bluetooth though, just not the battery status.