Great app to compare USB chargers, cables Thanks to CurrentWidget I was able to identify low-mA (slow-charging) chargers and cables. The real-measured differences were up to 3x in my case across 1A-2.1A chargers. Feature request: It would be awesome if the app could use the battery % full information and current intake power and estimate+visualize the time needed to get to a fully charged status.
Fixed Downloads but hangs on install every time. If I kill Play Store it says it "successfully updated Current Widget" but it's not in my widget list or app drawer. Nexus 5. Edit: Rmdroider happily tried helping me in getting this installed and all is well. Great support and the app works nicely.
Love it! I've loved this app, and used it on most of my phones for a great indication of how fast my battery is draining or charging. Sadly, as I just switched to a Note 4, I must regretfully leave this behind as Samsung does not provide a way for this app to read what it needs. I can't take away stars for the app not doing what it cannot (and clearly warns me about), though, so I'll rate it based on recent past experience with it instead.
Decent app with room for improvement. Hi devs, would just like to thank you for the brilliant work on the app. However, two things that could perhaps be improved on - 1. positive and negative values for the charge so that it's clear if your phone is currently charging or discharging. 2. perhaps the app could detect what phone you are and automatically input the arithmetic operation function? Also, if you do see this, can I just check that for the HTC One (M7), the arithmetic operation to use is - divide by 1,000? Thanks a lot devs!
Great app. Just a few little faults This widget worked brilliantly on all my Samsung phones and even my Huawei Ascend Y600 but unfortunately it's not working at all on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8" (SM-T330) running Kit Kat (4.4.2)
Exactly what I was looking for Helped me find out why my phone took too long to charge. (I was using the wrong charger which was just an USB2.0 one which delivered 4 times less current that what should be delivered). I also like the 'Top processes' feature which displays a list of processes ordered based on their average current consumption. This is much more detailed than the battery consumption graph that comes built into android.
- DashClock Widget extension - CurrentWidget can now be added to DashClock Widget as an extension.
- Huawei Ascend P6 support.
- Added grid lines to graph.
- 'Top Processes' analysis display improvements.
Battery monitor shows battery status in notification bar and lock screen.