Cool app Would be a whole lot better if I could get rid of the banner. Also, it does not actually monitor the battery level. You have to set the app for the correct amount of time that the headset can run. It cannot tell whether or not you're using the battery faster by talking & playing music, (8 hours of constant use), or just in standby, (120 hours stand-by). Lucky for me I have a display on my headset that shows battery level, I just use this app to monitor how long my headset is connected.
Best for what it does Yes, as others point out, it doesn't KNOW how much battery. Yes it's just a timer, but it does what you need it to do. You have to calibrate it, fully charge the device and drain it fully and call that thr the 'max time' and it might move a bit, but it gives you an accurate picture, and unless someone else has a better way - this works as advertised and is the best way to not be caught off guard with a dead headset
Great App Works great on my Samsung Galaxy S7 (G930T) with JayBird BlueBuds X Bluetooth Headphones. Jaybird doesn't have an Android app for this yet and the headphones only give a warning when you have 15 minutes left. This app always lets me know how much time I have left and I have it set to warn me an hour before it's completely drained.
This is actually pretty good Considering there are wireless headphones out there w/o battery indicator when connected to device, this is a simple estimated on how long the device will last. One could count this as a stopwatch on battery live. At least it wont be a shock if the battery suddenly runs out. Its NOT an accurate battery indicator
Bluetooth battery monitor Very good app would be better if the battery could be monitored directly. I do like the multi monitoring function for tracking more blue tooth devices. My only problem is reseting the timer when I recharge the bluetooth devices.. maybe have a reset que when the device connects.
A simple connection time counter. Clean intsrface with intuetive settings. Still, it is not particularly usefull, since it does not show use time. It simply counts the time your device has been connected to the phone. It has counted a wide range of hours. From 5 hours, which is the nonstop music listening on my headset, to 27 hours, which is almost entirely standby. In conclusion, it does what it was designed to do, well. But it needs to be more advanced.
- Allow battery running times greater than 99 hours
- Further bugfixes and stability improvements