Useful and Helped me so much I don't know, my battery-damage-o-phobia always make me feel anxious about my battery temperature. Thanks to this app, I can now take a closer look at my battery temperature when charging, in my pocket or, lets just say anytime. The only thing I find needing improvement is the graph.
App does what is expected It gives a nice graph with a constant time scale. The battery chart that is built into the OS is nice but it is hard to compare today to yesterday because the chart has a variable time scale. This app allows you to keep long-term records of charge and discharge cycles for comparison. You can finally answer the question "did my phone die faster today?" or does this charger work better than that charger. The app doesn't appear to use much battery itself.
Great app for logging battery level and temperature. Works great and comes with various settings. You can also export battery level logs to a file. No annoying ads. Thank you for developing this free app!
Good App, minor problem I am using this app for one month and found it very useful than other similar apps. But one problem that is with all battery graph logging apps plagues this one too. When the phone is charged for the first time after installing this app, there wouldn't be any problems, but from the second charge onwards, this app consumes some cpu while charging causing heating. I think it uses cpu to build the graph. Most of the battery graph logging apps have this problem. I use an app called cpustats to monitor cpu load.
You have to love open source! Great app, easy too use, simple, but extremely practical. Now I can track my battery's performance continuously, not only since the last charging, and see if it started to lose capacity. And since it also has the feature to show the battery percentage on the notification bar, I use it also instead of the battery bot app. The app is minimal, so it doesn't use much resources itself. I highly recommend it!
1 Suggestion It would be nice to have the option to change the time of each percent increment to the amount of time in minutes + seconds it took to change instead of the actual time of day it went from say 98% to 97%. That way you could at a glance know how many min/sec it took to charge/discharge.
• <b>Android 4.4.2 will not update the status bar notifications problem is OS bug.</b>
• SDK is based on changes Kitkat
• Fixed a problem service does not start intermittent
- Graph zoom in/out available
- Added temperature unit to Fahrenheit
- Added option to display a notification in the status bar when charging
- Wireless charging log support
- Change the order of the setting menu
Android's very first Battery Indicator - shows your battery level and time left.