Glad to see it updated. Now if only... I've been using the paid version for a couple of years & have none of the crashing others report (Note II, android 4.4.2). Still, glad to see yesterday's update that adds wireless charging support many asked for. What I'd love to see is an improvement to the chart, as some othersnhere have requested, so that as we slide over time, the number boxes on top would show the values for the time centered on graph. There's no reason they should remain fixed to current values only. Seems a trivial fix.
Best App Trialed I used this app for two weeks to track multiple, differently sized battery profiles (8000mAh, 3250mAh, 10000mAh) on a Note 4 running Android 5.02 and normal (wired) charging without any crashes or glitches. I recommend it.
Too many error reports I really like this app. I've seen it improve over the years. The only problem I have now is it wants to send a lot of error reports whenever it loses track of where the battery level is, no matter the cause, for even a minute. Please give the option to opt out of frequent error reports. Sometimes I'll have a faulty usb cord, or I'll switch internal batteries, or charge while phone is off, or restart my phone, ect. There are a lot of non-problem reasons. It wants to send an error report every time.
Used to be great. Incompatible with wireless charging. Crashes. Problem began with the nexus 4, nexus 5 and lg g3 also. Issues have continued for the last two years.
Good visual tool Graphs are a good thing as you can get a better feel for your battery performance over time. Having said that, it would be nice to have the option to keep stats indefinitely as well as exporting them.
Feature request/ The graph would be more helpful if the Y-Axis scale would display the values for a selected trace (especially for mV and temp). Also a movable vertical cursor that displayed each of the trace values under the cursor. Useful app though.
Revision 7 Release Notes
Fixed error during license check that some devices were experiencing.