BatteryLife

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Jun/09
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batterylife_icon Current version: 1.3.3
Price: FREE
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Description:

Beautiful battery widget (2×1) with customizable interface (different colors) for standard Home Screen.

Available on the Market

Alternative links: Cyrket

OLD APK’s:

BatteryLife v1.3.1

Filed under: Widgets
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  1. Lady Di
    7:37 AM on July 5th, 2009

    Not real email to prevent spam but I love this!! Color – purple.

    MrLOLs Reply:

    Please, update widget for a new version Android, make in HD for tablets.

  2. dpds
    12:11 AM on July 17th, 2009

    A really cool widget. Gone through many alikes and finally using this one! Russian developers are one of the best on the market ;) СУПЕР! :)

  3. danny
    1:54 PM on August 12th, 2009

    Cool app. Gives you something to fool with

  4. Stéphane
    1:14 AM on September 8th, 2009

    Exceptional widget, please, keep it downloadable for everyone to enjoy! The BEST on the market, by far. Thanks again !

  5. Evengard
    1:22 PM on September 15th, 2009

    Beautiful widget… Besides a 1×1 will be even more cool )
    And the only one I can trust… It doesn’t request my personal data…

  6. tustystiff
    8:14 AM on September 16th, 2009

    Great app,only problem that I’ve encountered is the custom trip color battery doesn’t display how it should or it could be that I don’t know how to figure that part out,keep up the great work.

  7. Carlos
    5:00 AM on September 21st, 2009

    Good work!
    Useful and beautiful battery widget!

  8. Kees
    12:32 AM on September 26th, 2009

    Nice widget!

    However my widget is showing a temperature of 2.9 C, while 29 C seems more likely. I suppose this is due to a rounding error?

  9. SuperBaby
    1:15 AM on October 19th, 2009

    I installed this battery program on my HTC Hero. It said the program was installed successfully. But I could not locate it. Where is it?

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Hello SuperBaby
    Because it’s widget, more details on how to activate widgets here: http://curvefish.com/howto/activate-widgets-on-android.htm

  10. Jesús
    12:01 AM on October 28th, 2009

    Funciona de maravilla da la temperatura real y los colores son maravillosos

  11. SuperBaby
    12:17 PM on November 3rd, 2009

    Does it drain battery?

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    2 SuperBaby, No. Check it in battery manager.

  12. SuperBaby
    12:12 PM on November 4th, 2009

    Where can I find this battery manager? I could not locate it under android market. Thanks.

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    2SuperBaby:
    Settings->About phone->Battery use (here you can see what using your battery)

  13. SuperBaby
    6:51 PM on November 4th, 2009

    No such Battery Use in About Phone for HTC Hero.

  14. vivi
    7:46 PM on November 7th, 2009

    Hi there,

    i really love your battery widget. Is a 1×1 version planned?

  15. ViciousCircle
    7:21 PM on November 13th, 2009

    The version I’m running on my MotoDroid says 1.3.3, but your site says the latest version is 1.3.2.

  16. Rick
    11:21 PM on November 17th, 2009

    Quite often this doesn’t update on my home screen. I’ll show my battery in the status area as being at 3/4, but the batterylife icon still shows 97% or 100%. Sometimes it updates on its own, but more often than not it’s not updating.

    Bug? (I’m running on a Sprint HTC Hero)

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Rick, probably you are using something like apps killer. Add BatteryLife to ignore list.

  17. Rick
    10:46 PM on November 18th, 2009

    apps killer? Not that I’m aware of. Where would I find that if I did have it installed? I looked in “Settings > Manage Applications” and I don’t see anything in there.

  18. Rick
    7:20 PM on November 21st, 2009

    I’ve found I can “Force” it to update by holding down on any icon on my home screen as if I were going to rearrange it. At least there’s that. Again, I have no apps killer running on my phone and I now have the latest firmware Sprint HTC Hero update applied (1.5)

  19. Brett
    12:04 PM on December 4th, 2009

    I know I’m just missing something obvious. I have the widget on my home screen but where do you go to change the colors on it, etc? I can’t find the settings panel for it anywhere. Thanks.

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Hello Brett.
    Click on battery, then activate Color Mode, then click in the middle of screen on colored battery.

  20. wouter
    1:46 PM on December 8th, 2009

    Would it be possible to add the feature that the battery State-of-Charge is calculated by (user input) Voltage range (e.g. linear mapping from 3.4V to 4.2V (0-100%)). This seems to be a much better indication when performing shallow charge/discharge.

  21. Dave
    8:26 AM on December 14th, 2009

    Ignore my last comment, it does work with home++ just took a couple minutes to load.

  22. Quasar
    11:51 AM on December 28th, 2009

    Amazing app! Any chance of having the percentage removable? Or at least movable? I don’t like how it covers the battery. Id much rather see the entire battery.

  23. Welttiger
    2:34 AM on January 4th, 2010

    Uninstalled widget ( Motorola Droid 2.0.1) but now have 2×1 black box on screen that says “problem loading widget”.

    How do I get rid of this?

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Long press on it and move to trash bin

  24. Welttiger
    1:28 AM on January 5th, 2010

    I know that can be done but the OS still thinks it’s there after the uninstall.
    Why is it still there and how can it be removed so it’s not recognized by the OS anymore?

  25. CBEugene
    9:34 AM on January 19th, 2010

    It won’t work with Samsung 5700 Spica. After download it says: can’t start application

  26. Inquisitor
    7:16 PM on January 26th, 2010

    Very well done guys! Your widget is the best available in the market and the most complete. I have some suggestions for you: you should add a 1×1 version of the widget for those with limited desktop space, and a little options menu to individually choose the values to be shown: most people will want to see the remaining time (a feature you’re currently missing), while nerds will stuck with mVolts indicator, and nobody (I think) will want to see the technology (I know it’s Li-ion and it’s not gonna change, so no need to waste space on the desktop for that).

    Also, please try to fix the graphic bar problem, which I’ve seen is very common. On my Liquid (Donut, 480*800 px, widget v1.3.3) when battery is 100% the colored bar is just a little more than half of the total width of the widget. Apart from this, the graphic style is exceptional.

    Thank you very much for this awesome widget!

  27. Dim
    3:51 PM on February 1st, 2010

    nice

  28. shaun
    7:08 PM on February 2nd, 2010

    When go into menu/add/widget , none of the curvefish widgets show up unless I go back to my original home. Can anybody help me?

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    You should ask help from your home replacemnt developers. Maybe you are using some sort of lite version, which do not support widgets.

  29. Iwakyra
    2:03 AM on February 4th, 2010

    Господа, а не хотите сделать многоязычный интерфейс?.. перевести всего пару строк ;)
    Всем хорош и прекрасен виджет.. отлично чувствует себя даже на Archos 5 IT!!

    С наилучшими пожеланиями!

  30. Iwakyra
    6:53 AM on February 8th, 2010

    Trully great app! But on my Archos 5 IT it shows wrong temperature. It says that battery temp is about 2 celius degrees. May be I missed something but at last it should be about my room temperatire. How it can be so low?!..

    And, please, make multilanguage interface or pont out what should I edit. Just want see it in russian!

  31. Tom
    6:35 AM on February 10th, 2010

    I downloaded your battery widget about an hour ago, and have been playing with it ever since. Truly a great app. I’m now on your web site and will be bookmarking it for future use. Great job guys.

  32. dan
    9:15 AM on February 10th, 2010

    got the droid but when I added widget I dont see the temp or other things left of battery and how can i customize it i tried clicking on battery but it acts like im trying to move it pls help

  33. tom
    6:32 AM on March 10th, 2010

    i have the sprint hero and have the same prob as the others no task killer and it jams when i charge my phone. is the problem becuase the app is not compatible with my phone? and are you guys working on a fix?

  34. kasperjames
    5:22 AM on March 25th, 2010

    really would like to see the power meter or any and all apps with black as a color option, which helps with power levels when things are in black. thanks!

  35. unicorn512
    8:38 PM on April 1st, 2010

    Love the widget but it doesn’t load when using Helix Launcher. Would gladly donate if this worked. (Running stock 2.1 on Moto Droid)

  36. unicorn512
    9:19 PM on April 2nd, 2010

    I stand corrected. After I uninstalled Battery Life and reinstalled it while under Helix, it loads fine. Time to donate! Great application!

  37. JT
    9:45 PM on April 29th, 2010

    Great app. Working flawlessly on MotoDroid. Is it possible to make the icon smaller and enable it to fit flush against the screen borders? Maybe have an option for large/small icon.

  38. Jeff
    4:56 PM on June 14th, 2010

    Great app! one quick question: i read on a forum that this can give an alert when the battery goes below “x” percent… having trouble finding that feature, if its there. Thanks!

  39. Юрий
    2:49 PM on June 15th, 2010

    Заряд – 10%, а под значком батареи, надпись – Good…..

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Good – это физическое состояние батареи, а не заряд.

    dsun84 Reply:

    Then what possible states can this take? How does it know if mine’s good?

  40. wouter
    9:40 PM on June 17th, 2010

    Thanks for this wonderful app.

    Would it be possible to make a sound when it reaches (e.g.) 4100mV? (your battery lives twice as long when you unplug it at 4100mV).

  41. Soup
    12:13 PM on July 2nd, 2010

    Thanks for the great looking app. Are there any plans to add a status bar icon showing battery percentage?

  42. Tim
    3:53 AM on July 11th, 2010

    It would be perfect if clicking on it showed some detailed battery usage information instead of options. Instead, a BatteryLife icon should be in the app drawer to launch the options.

  43. fleur
    4:51 PM on July 14th, 2010

    was good for two days – had it on my homepage, now it has dissapeared :( it says installed under Market but when go to Widgets to add it back to the homepage it’s not listed. Tried removing/ readding it to no success, same with a quick phone reboot.

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    What phone do you have? Did you tried to re install app?

    fleur Reply:

    Yes I did try that, which did not work. I have the HTC Legend.
    On the plus side it came back to my widget list last night while showing my friend the ability to add widgets to his home page! Thanks for the response. Hoping it won’t happen again as it is really useful

  44. Simon
    9:54 PM on July 23rd, 2010

    Hi, could you possibly implement a setting to show the percentage under the battery instead of on-top of it.

    Great widget! :)

  45. syberjj
    7:55 AM on July 24th, 2010

    How about a Barcode Scanner image here? (http://code.google.com/p/zxing/)

    thanks and keep up he great work

  46. Genrou0
    1:23 AM on July 30th, 2010

    Great app thanks! Have you considered a charging animation option? I see the USB plug in, but it would be nice to see some sort of charging indication. The charging info does not seem to have this ability. I’m on a Galaxy S by the way.

    Thanks!

  47. silentlegend
    10:26 AM on August 17th, 2010

    I love this, use it all the time. Can I ask for one thing though? When you have it in multi-color mode, there’s only 3 colors. Can you update to have 4 or more? That would be fantastic. Thanks.

  48. blucci
    5:50 AM on August 19th, 2010

    i have the droid and downloaded battery life for my phone, unfortunately my phone recently encountered a virus and verizon had to reset my phone back to factory mode deleting all my apps. when redownloading battery life, it doesnt let me open the application, does anyone else have this problem?? help me please

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Don’t open it, you need to add it to the home screen. Long click -> widgets-> BatteryLife

  49. CfYz
    8:06 AM on August 23rd, 2010

    А почему бы не перевести на русский язык? Я так понимаю с русским в этой конторе знакомы не по наслышке :) В случае же если не знакомы – я могу помочь с переводом.

    И еще пригодилась бы возможность по клику открывать “Сведения о телефоне” – “Аккумулятор” или вообще “Журнал сведений о батарее” (*#*#4636#*#*). Но что-то мне подсказывает это не так просто реализуемо… В общем, как идею – почему бы и не предложить.

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Да, согласен, нужно добавить, все никак руки не доходят переделать виджет.

  50. CfYz
    8:08 AM on August 23rd, 2010

    В остальном – отличный виджет! И за работу, и за дизайн, и за цену – огромное спасибо.

  51. Rob Marriott
    12:55 PM on September 22nd, 2010

    After upgrading my Desire to FroYo 2.2 the text displaying the batter percentage on the widget (for example, “96%”) doesn’t sit withing the battery graphic properly anymore. Please consider this in your next update. Thanks.

    Agree Reply:

    I agree, after 2.2 on two Droid X’s i tried the percentage copy is off center.
    It is too high and too far the left.

    Please fix!

    BEST BATTERY WIDGET!
    Great Work!

  52. Rob Marriott
    7:24 PM on September 22nd, 2010

    After upgrading my Desire to FroYo 2.2 the text displaying the battery percentage on the widget (for example “96%”) doesn’t sit in the middle battery graphic properly where it should do….it is too high. Only a minor issue but please consider fixing this in your next update. Thanks.

  53. Robert
    5:00 PM on September 25th, 2010

    Great app. Very good looking and easily readable. The customization options are fantastic. After updating to FroYo 2.2 however there is a slight layout issue with the main percentage text so a layout fix would be great. I just want it to look awesome on my homescreen again!

  54. Brian Hall
    1:55 PM on October 1st, 2010

    Hello. You have an excellent widget here. I however am having some layout issues. When the battery is charge at 100%, the text shows that, but the color of the battery itself appears to only show about 60%. When I open up to edit the colors of the widget, I have orange set to come on at 75% and red to come on at 25% and it appears in the actual icon that they won’t come on until about 30% and 10% respectively. I have screen captures if needed. Any help would be appreciated.

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Yes, screenshots will be good. Contact us please by email: curvefish@gmail.com

  55. Roger Holle
    9:12 PM on October 10th, 2010

    One thing that would be nice to see on the BatteryLife app, is an option for mah or mv option, or even added on the the rest of the info screen. Personally that would be worth paying a bit for.
    Roger Holle
    Thorsword

  56. county
    10:10 PM on October 26th, 2010

    Can we get a white option for color? Thanks in advance.

  57. BAM
    8:50 AM on November 11th, 2010

    Download link goes to v1.3.2 and I can’t find it in the Market on my small screen Huawei U8150

  58. Ian
    10:29 AM on December 29th, 2010
  59. Bart
    6:57 AM on January 13th, 2011

    Love the widget. Any thoughts/plans for status bar addition?

  60. Aldaron
    3:27 PM on January 25th, 2011

    Please add 1×1 version of this widget, and setting, that allow to choose how battery looks horizontal or vertical!

  61. milot
    7:11 AM on January 28th, 2011

    Love the widgets

  62. djmonson
    8:14 PM on January 30th, 2011

    Pros: Good “overview” page indicating remaining battery life in hours. Advanced settings of task manager shows available memory (nice feature).
    Cons: This app did not accurately indicate any of my open apps in the “active apps” listing of “task manager,” while, at the same time, another app I use (Advanced Task Killer/also free) listed 10 open apps.
    Plan: I will still use BatteryLife app for the “pros” I listed, but I still rely on Advanced Task Killer (ATK) to shut down apps I don’t use. I welcome any ideas on an app that is even better than ATK, especially if I can somehow change settings so some of these apps don’t automatically open themselves up on my HTC Incredible phone.

  63. Дмитрий Андреев
    2:57 PM on March 16th, 2011

    Владимир!

    Огромное спасибо за отличный виджет! Только можно сразу feature request?

    Я как-то сразу почувствовал острую нехватку информации об оставшемся времени работы батареи, которую данный виджет мог бы легко восполнить.

    Т.е. было бы очень удобно, если бы виджет наряду с процентами также показывал приблизительное время, оставшееся до полного разряда батареи.

    При этом здесь я вижу две методики:

    1. Считать оставшееся время как “время насколько хватит батареи в текущем режиме работы”, которое удобно объяснить на примере. Предположим до текущего момента телефон был выключен и батарея разрядилась на один процент за 2 часа, тогда виджет покажет, что до полного разряда осталось *2 часов

    Если же теперь пользователь включил экран, начал активно пользоваться телефоном и батарея разрядилась еще на один процен за 3 минуты, виджет тут же меняет свои показания и говорит, что до полного разряда осталось *3 минут

    2. Другая, на мой взгляд, более точная методика для подсчета оставшегося времени работы может заключаться в следующем

    Виджет будет брать:
    T – время, которое прошло от предпоследней зарядки до последней,
    P – проценты заряда, потраченные между этими зарядками

    и далее будет вычислять время до полного разряда следующим образом:

    *P/T

    ****************
    Лично на мой взгляд обе методики имеют право на существование. Так виджет мог бы показывать два показателя:

    – ожидаемое среднее время работы (методика 2)
    и
    – ожидаемое время работы в текущем режиме работы (методика 1)

    Тогда пользователь смог бы получить лучшее из двух методик. Во-первых, он знал бы на сколько обычно ему хватает одного заряда батареи и сколько времени он примерно имеет.
    Во-вторых, он был знал насколько батареи хватит при активном использовании, например, при постоянно включенном экране.

    Спасибо.

  64. Dmitry Andreev
    2:57 PM on March 16th, 2011

    Vladimir!

    Thanks for the great widget! However, can I request a feature?

    Upon using this widget, I immediately felt a shortage of information on remaining battery time that this widget could easily provide.

    It would be very convenient if the widget, along with percents, could also show the approximate time remaining until the battery is fully discharged.

    I see two methods that can be used to calculate that:

    1. The widget can take the remaining time as the “time remaining in the current operation mode”, which is better explained by example.

    Suppose that up to the current moment, the phone was turned off and the battery discharged by one percent in 2 hours, then the widget shows that the time remaining until the battery is fully discharged is * 2 hours

    If the user turns the screen on, starts to actively use the phone and the battery discharged by one percent in 3 minutes, the widget immediately changes its information and says that the time remaining is * 3 minutes

    2. The other, in my opinion, more accurate method to calculate the remaining operating time may be the following:

    The widget takes:
    T – time that elapsed from the before last charge to the last charge,
    P – percents of charge that were consumed between the two charges

    and then calculates the time until the full discharge as follows:

    * P / T

    ****************
    Personally I think both methods can be used. And the widget can show both indicators:

    – The expected average working time (method 2)
    and
    – The expected working time in the current mode of operation (method 1)

    In this case, users will be able to get the best of both techniques. First, they will know how much time it usually takes for a battery to fully discharge and how much time they still have to use the phone.

    Secondly, they will know how long the battery will last when used actively, for example, without switching off the screen.

    Thank you.

  65. Jade
    12:16 AM on March 30th, 2011

    Love this app. Works great on my samsung captivate. Only suggestion is allow more than three colors to be used at a time. That ready you can use all the colors and have a smaller window for each color. I would be happy with four but more is better! Thanks again

  66. Chris
    5:39 PM on April 21st, 2011

    When my Nexus S is fully charged, this app (1.3.3) says that my battery is only 94%. Any solution to “calibrate” it?

  67. Paul
    12:57 AM on April 26th, 2011

    hi -App looks great, but doesn’t seem to be available on the Market on the phone app, or download from Market.android from for an HTC Wildfire running 2.2.1?? Why is this? Any ideas? Thanks
    Paul

  68. Henk
    9:07 PM on May 4th, 2011

    Hi,

    Just a simple question, how accurate is the widget to determine the kind of battery that is used?
    I replaced my original battery, which is Li-Polymer to Li-Ion but the widget still tells me its Li-Polymer …?

    kind regards,

    Vladimir Baryshnikov Reply:

    Hi. It reads information from the android. It can’t get information directly from battery.

  69. Chuck
    11:30 PM on May 7th, 2011

    Some one explain to me what the”mv” reading is for.

  70. Josef Capek
    9:31 AM on June 5th, 2011

    Hello,
    is it possible to open specific application when I click on the widget?

  71. Mike
    4:05 PM on June 6th, 2011

    I just updated my Droid X last week to 2.3.3 and now the Battery Life widget does not auto update. I have to enter the widget and then go back to the main screen where the widget resides so that it updates. Prior to updating my OS the widget would always display the correct battery levels whenever I brought the phone out of sleep. I love the widget.

  72. Joseph
    11:01 PM on June 9th, 2011

    I LOVE this widget. It’s really awesome. I like to constantly keep tabs on my battery & this makes it so easy. The only problem is that I just updated my Droid X to “Gingerbread” & now it’s not working properly; it gets stuck on whatever the battery happens to be, like 100%. You have to go into the widget & mess around with it to refresh it. And this new version of gingerbread tells you how long the phone has been unplugged and what individual things are using battery power and how much; like the previous version. Except it doesn’t tell you what percentage of the battery has been used up! So I’m relying on this widget. Are you guys going to fix this? I always loved this widget, but now it’s a NECESSITY!! Thanks for a truly useful & fun widget :-)

  73. David
    6:59 PM on June 11th, 2011

    I’ve been using this widget through several phones: HTC Incredible, Thunderbolt, Motorola Droid X and now a Droid X2, but I’ve recently encountered my first problem. It won’t refresh correctly on the Droid X2 as the battery status changes. If I reboot, it will always update. If I open the widget and tap around then close the widget, it will occasionally update. Something to do with the dual-core Droid X2? I hope I can keep using this widget. I’ve always loved it.

  74. Brad
    5:09 AM on June 20th, 2011

    Please update this widget. It is great but now does not work with droid x with gingerbread 2nd.3 update. Please update it!

  75. Brad
    7:44 AM on June 20th, 2011

    Can you please update this widget for Droid X ? Since the Gingerbread 2.3 android update the widget does not automatically update. You must click on the widget to bring up the settings in order to get the application to update. This is the best batter widget on the android market and i greatly miss being able to use it. Please help.

  76. Jake
    10:07 PM on June 24th, 2011

    cool widget but its now very buggy on droid x. a lot of people are complaining about it in the android market. please do an update for us. the battery image on the widget doesn’t show correct drainage of the actual battery.

  77. Jim
    9:08 PM on July 3rd, 2011

    I recently upgraded to gingerbread on my DroidX and now the battery life widget doesn’t keep up with the battery unless I open it and close it. Is there a fix for it?

  78. Aureen Mandal
    2:24 PM on July 11th, 2011

    Hi Vladimir,

    I searched but could not find a way to contact you.
    I need to get in touch regarding a business opportunity for you.
    I am looking to pre-burn your Battery Life widget in my tablet PC.

    Could you pls contact me on my email id (I cant provide here due to the threat of spams)..

    We can further discuss via emails/tele-conference.

    I am working on a very tight schedule

    Looking forward to your cooperation.

    Regards,
    Aureen

  79. Rob Veltri
    12:30 AM on July 12th, 2011

    What is wrong with batterylife? I does not work anymore on my droid 2 and tried to load onto my wifes new droid and it wont load

  80. Kion
    11:40 PM on July 14th, 2011

    Hi. My widget tells me the battery status is “over volt.” wtf does this mean? is there something seriously wrong with my battery?

  81. Jeffrey
    4:53 PM on July 15th, 2011

    Recent OS upgrade (system 4.5.596) seems to keep this widgit from automatically updating.

  82. Giorgio
    8:59 PM on July 18th, 2011

    Non mi piace, fate un widgets 1×1 in vecchio stile, (come la maggior parte dei widgets) che mostri il livello della batteria…

  83. chris
    4:24 AM on August 4th, 2011

    I like the app… but it doesn’t work very smooth with the Verizon gingerbread updated OS

  84. digitalhippie
    6:59 AM on August 13th, 2011

    DroidX updated to gingerbread finally and Batterylife stopped working. Stopped updating, then after rebooting it just says “loading” and doesn’t respond when you click on it. Loved this app/widget… would love to get it working again.

  85. Plague
    4:06 PM on August 20th, 2011

    On my ATRIX running gingerbread the widget doesn’t update with the change of the battery level until I tap it and back out of it

  86. Wayne
    9:52 PM on September 8th, 2011

    Battery Life has stopped working properly on my Motorola ATRIX since recent OS upgrade! Doesn’t auto-refresh the widget icon on my home screen anymore… if have to open the app for it to update now!

    Love it, though, and I appreciate the effort! Thanks!

  87. aaron
    5:03 AM on September 10th, 2011

    not updating battery status properly after phone update

  88. KCDragonfly
    8:58 PM on September 19th, 2011

    Love the app. Beautiful & easy to use. Thanks!

  89. kb
    12:00 AM on September 24th, 2011

    How do i delete it!?!

  90. Matteo
    6:22 PM on September 24th, 2011

    Tu sei un genio!! Ho scaricato tutti i tuoi favolosi widget sul cellulare, uno più utile dell’altro. Grazie!!

  91. Saeed Neamati
    11:17 AM on September 29th, 2011

    Not very useful. The most important thing I want is the remaining time.

  92. cory
    3:50 PM on October 5th, 2011

    Battery is not accurate ever since the fastest software for DROID came out. When my phone says its fully charged your widget says its at 40that percent.

  93. JWY
    1:16 PM on October 7th, 2011

    Hi I’m using vega racer and I can’ use celcius temperature function. Please correct this. I’m thank you so much about this awesome app :)

    JWY Reply:

    I found the reason and my vega racer doesn’t have thermal sensor LOL,,, orz

  94. Ellen
    10:58 PM on October 7th, 2011

    When I installed Battery Life It installed fine but when I got to the homepage of it, it has open and uninstall, but it won’t let me open it. Should I be doing something else besides just installing this? Is there something else I need to add?

  95. Dirk
    10:43 AM on October 12th, 2011

    Hello,
    I like the widget and used it on Motorola Defy (MB525. Now I have a Defy+ (MB526) and the battery status is not updated perfectly. The system-icon at the top of the screen shows 90% and the widget still shows 100%. After clicking the widget and getting back to the homescreen, it is updated and shows the correct status.
    Is there a setting/workarround/fix needed for it?
    Best regards,
    Dirk.

  96. Rich
    8:14 PM on October 25th, 2011

    Why does this app only work in the percentages of: 10,20,30, etc.. on the Droid Bionic? It did not do this on my HTC Eris…

  97. Jason
    11:50 AM on October 28th, 2011

    I have used this widget for almost 2 years and it has always worked perfectly until I recently upgraded to the Droid Bionic. Now everything reads fine but the battery meter is only showing about 70% full even though it is reading 100% full. The % and the other stats are correct, but I need to figure out how to make the battery piscutre full when the battery is 100%.

  98. Mikey
    1:22 PM on November 3rd, 2011

    Add Hi & Lo alarms! I would pay for that! Mike

  99. Patrick
    5:34 AM on November 16th, 2011

    I REALLY wish that “clicking” this widget would open up the “Battery Usage” stats screen in Android.

    I’m wasting tons of space on my main home screen by having this widget (that I never click on) PLUS a second shortcut to the Battery Usage screen. What a waste!

    Good widget though.. just takes up a lot of space :(

  100. andy
    7:37 PM on December 4th, 2011

    Hi, widget is great, but I miss it one of the options – displaying approximate remaining up time.

    Can you add this option to this widget?

  101. Dennis
    12:55 AM on December 10th, 2011

    Will this app ever be updated?

  102. Mr. Mann
    3:18 AM on December 13th, 2011

    Hello,

    Great job on a fantastic widget.

    Would you add an option to have a vertical icon?

    Thank you and keep up the good work!

  103. Bill
    4:14 AM on December 18th, 2011

    This program is very helpful, especially the extended info.
    If you can, It would be wonderful to have an option to swap the display of the battery type with system uptime. I don’t care so much about the battery type since it’s not going to change, but the uptime is a helpful reminder to reboot my phone before it misbehaves.

    And “mV” is (I hope) millivolts which is 1000th of 1 volt. So, my phone is using 4 Volts when the display shows 4026 mV.

  104. cheguzam
    2:31 PM on December 24th, 2011

    Proven after downloading battery widget in market, this app does not drain battery

  105. Brian
    1:36 PM on January 4th, 2012

    How come you have not updated this application in such a long time. It does not work on my droid x2. It does not update. Please update this app i love this app but cannot use it. My droid x2 has 2.3.4. Thanks

  106. Brian
    5:01 AM on January 5th, 2012

    Really? you deleted my post? i don’t understand why you would do this. I am looking for some answers here. I love this application but am unable to use it on my phone. I would even pay a few dollars for it if it worked like it should. Please do not delete this. support your applications.

  107. Charles
    12:38 PM on January 16th, 2012

    The Battery Life widget is the best there is anywhere. I like that you don’t have to click on anything for the information. All of the information is right there on your screen on the widget. I was wondering if you had thought about adding an easier way to tell that the battery is charging? Maybe having a different color when it is charging or having the battery level move to indicate that it is charging. Not the numbers but the level indicator.

  108. Charles
    12:47 PM on January 16th, 2012

    What are the chances that you could make a widget for locking the phone? I’ve noticed that Android phones are lacking a way of locking the phone immediately other than changing the time-out settings or turning the phone off entirely. It would be nice to be able to lock the phone with a widget from the home screen. It would also be nice to be able to power off the phone without having to use the physical power button. Maybe you all could make a widget for that too. Or maybe even combine the two together so that you could either turn off the phone, lock the phone, or both from a widget on the home screen. The user could hit the widget and a menu of choices could come up that they could choose from to turn off, lock, or both, or switch to airplane mode. Just a thought.

  109. Emma
    2:02 AM on February 1st, 2012

    I have a Samsung Galaxy Ace smartphone. For some reason, the mV meter only shows 3mV! I’d expect it to be more like 3000mV. Has anybody else had this problem when using Batterylife with a Samsung Galaxy Ace?

  110. RAZR MAXX
    10:32 PM on February 3rd, 2012

    I love this app and have used it with many phones. I’m having a bit of trouble with my new phone, though. The widget works, but only shows 60%, 70%, 80%, etc… never anything in between, like 62% or 76%, or 84%, etc. It’s this way while charging or djscharging. I’m wondering if the extra large battery on the Motorola RAZR MAXX may be causing trouble for the app? Thanks!

  111. Emma
    12:31 AM on February 8th, 2012

    Hi. Does anyone else have this app installed on a Samsung Galaxy Ace smartphone? I find that the mV meter reads “3mV”, when I would expect it to read something more like “3000mV”.

  112. Rickey
    9:47 PM on March 12th, 2012

    Fix to 1% increments on atrix 2 please

  113. Saracheva
    4:06 PM on March 28th, 2012

    а куда делись комменты, которые я тут, на curvefish.com видел неделю назад – все потерли?

  114. Mark Winegar
    1:01 AM on April 15th, 2012

    Great app. Is there away to have a % of charge showing at the top bar? I had to down load a second app to get this feature on my HTC Inspire. I like your apps and use as many as I can, as well as telling people about them. So please tell me how to get this or can you add to an update.
    THANKS FOR ALL YOU DO.

  115. hgees
    4:01 PM on July 11th, 2012

    Not available in Android 4.0.4.

  116. henk
    1:19 PM on August 1st, 2012

    How do i get it working on my asus infinity tf700t, i downloaded it from googly play, installed it succesfully but cannot find it and touching the screen doesnt allow me to add widgets only changing backgrounds,
    Kind regards,

  117. Damian
    2:07 PM on March 10th, 2013

    Where the widget tells you what the battery status is weather is good or not, can someone please explain what means when it says over volt. By the way my phone is telling me that it’s charging when it not plugged in.
    Kind regards.

  118. Devin
    1:57 AM on June 30th, 2013

    I have loved this widget for 5 devices. You should make a donate version with something extra you deserve some coin for this widget. Awesome work man

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