10,000,000 - 50,000,000 downloads
- Precise battery widget
- Shortcuts to the main settings options
- Enable/Disable Wifi button
- Just missing the enable/disable 3G button
+ By M2Catalyst, LLC.
Battery Widget is not an app; it’s a simple desktop tool for monitoring you battery-life
As easy as it sounds, this is not an app but a 1x1 widget to put on your screen and see at a glance how much juice your battery has left. What's more- and this is really interesting- if you tap on the widget, it will show a battery with 5 buttons:
"Battery" Button : This opens the Battery Monitor screen where you can see how much battery each Android system feature drains (screen, wifi, apps, etc.)
"Display" Button : This opens the Display settings where you can set the font style, brightness, saturation, etc.
"GPS" Button : This opens the Location and Security settings
"Wi-Fi" Button : This enables/disables Wi-Fi.
"BTButton ": This opens Wireless and Network settings
These extra features allow us to carry out a comprehensive control of our battery life, by configuring the main processes that make the battery run out fastest.
Battery Widget has been developed by Gekyouup (mippin.com), an app developer focused on widget performance. They've launched lots of similar apps for a wide variety of issues.
Battery Widget is a truly recommendable way to monitor your battery life, not just to see how much is left. Thanks to the shortcuts to the main settings options, we can increase battery life in just a few taps of the screen.
Classic Green Battery Widget shortcuts:
Modern Blue Battery Widget shortcuts:
Note: This doesn't open; it is a widget not an app. Add on home screen with Menu -> Add -> Widgets -> Battery Widget or Apps -> Widgets -> Battery Widget Classic or Battery Widget Modern
The permissions are required for the “Quick Toggles,” which allow you to easily control your device settings and optimize your battery directly from within the widget.
“Battery Widget is the first widget to give back”
By having Battery Widget running, you’ll be contributing app performance data anonymously to the Battery Community, thereby helping other community members and app developers improve their Android battery performance. In turn, you’ll benefit personally by seeing which apps are best for your device’s battery. We care about your privacy; all data is anonymized and can never be traced back to you.
Please let us know what you think of Battery Widget! We are listening to all of your reviews and requests. 5 star reviews are greatly appreciated and encourages us to continue improving the widget for you.
If you have found an issue with the latest version, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We appreciate your help in improving Battery Widget for everyone.
- Placed “Classic” green style widget and icon back
- Added support for 2.1 – 2.2 operating systems
- Added support for Sony devices
- Added “Show Desktop” button back into classic widget
- Now choose between “Classic” green widget or “Modern” blue widget
- Other performance improvements
- Fixed notification tray / status bar issues to no longer display notifications
- Added Modern widget with “Quick Toggles” for more interactivity and better ease-of-use
Doesn't work. No battery percentage displayed, no options menu, just a blank 1x1 tile. Please fix.
I stopped using the widget when they changed to the flat blue design. But they re-added the classic widget very quickly. Much appreciated.
Htc desire C
Great performance. Good one.
Good but useless watch battery meter but better using show desktop full display on mobile c alot eh