Battery Spy

Battery Spy


Battery Spy allows you to monitor your Android device's battery level by reporting the current percentage, and providing more detailed information such as charge rate, temperature, voltage and usage times. The current battery percentage level is displayed on the notification bar. Additional statistics are shown in the notification bar pull down, and even more insight into your battery charge and usage history in the main application screen.


Battery Spy works simply by gathering battery statistics that are already available in the Android OS. What you see is what the OS reports. Battery Spy gathers up the information, organizes it, then displays it in a graph and tables for you. It also uses the information to give you an estimate of time left on battery or to full charge. Statistics are gathered and saved over a settable number of days so you can review them at any time.

Key features include:

1. Support for multiple battery profiles so you can differentiate between OEM or backup (after market) batteries, and different usage styles such as work, weekends and vacation. Create as many profiles as you want and quickly switch between them. This feature is available during the trial period, then only with the full license after.

2. Enable notifications for when the battery level rises above or falls below a settable percentage. This feature is available during the trial period, then only with the full license after.

3. Enable notifications for when the battery temperature rises above or falls below a settable degree. This feature is available during the trial period, then only with the full license after.

4. Quick access to settings that directly affect battery use so you don't have to hunt them down when you need them

5. Tap on the statistics table to go directly to the Android Battery Use screen.

6. Configurable graph that supports both 2D and 3D presentations.

7. Low CPU and resource consumption to not add (too much) to battery drain.

8. Run as a service when phone starts up, or manually.

Try Battery Spy free for 10 days and keep using it after the trial period as a free license with reduced functionality, or purchase the full license to unlock the application to its full functionality. Even without the full license features, Battery Spy still provides a rich feature set for the casual user.

Please keep the comments coming. Your input really helps to make the software better. If you have bugs or concerns, please email [email protected] and it will be handled promptly. Thanks!


Permissions Requested by Battery Spy and why

* Battery Statistics - Battery Spy does not alter your system's battery statistics in anyway, it just reports what it sees.

* Control of Vibrator - Used as feedback when interacting with the UI

* Start at Reboot - By default Battery Spy will start when your device starts. You can turn this option off in preferences.

* Full Internet Access - Battery Spy uses the Application Crash Report for Android (ACRA) library published by Google Code. When a crash occurs, you will be presented with the option to send a bug report to us. Only when you submit the bug report is internet access used. Otherwise, Battery Spy does not access the internet during its normal operation.

Recent changes:
Version 1.5, Revision 19 Release Notes

Added workaround for ICS devices that report battery level out of the actual scale range.

Version 1.5, Revision 18 Release Notes

1. Fixed charge estimate on ICS when initially plugged in due to OS delaying the plugged in state notification.

2. Fixed application error due to incorrect shutdown level detection.
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About Battery Spy
Battery Spy allows you to monitor your Android device's battery level by reporting the current percentage, and providing more detailed information such as charge rate, temperature, voltage and usage times. The current battery percentage level is displayed on the notification bar. Additional statistics are shown in the notification bar pull down, and even more insight into your battery charge and usage history in the main application screen.


Battery Spy works simply by gathering battery statistics that are already available in the Android OS. What you see is what the OS reports. Battery Spy gathers up the information, organizes it, then displays it in a graph and tables for you. It also uses the information to give you an estimate of time left on battery or to full charge. Statistics are gathered and saved over a settable number of days so you can review them at any time.

Key features include:

1. Support for multiple battery profiles so you can differentiate between OEM or backup (after market) batteries, and different usage styles such as work, weekends and vacation. Create as many profiles as you want and quickly switch between them. This feature is available during the trial period, then only with the full license after.

2. Enable notifications for when the battery level rises above or falls below a settable percentage. This feature is available during the trial period, then only with the full license after.

3. Enable notifications for when the battery temperature rises above or falls below a settable degree. This feature is available during the trial period, then only with the full license after.

4. Quick access to settings that directly affect battery use so you don't have to hunt them down when you need them

5. Tap on the statistics table to go directly to the Android Battery Use screen.

6. Configurable graph that supports both 2D and 3D presentations.

7. Low CPU and resource consumption to not add (too much) to battery drain.

8. Run as a service when phone starts up, or manually.

Try Battery Spy free for 10 days and keep using it after the trial period as a free license with reduced functionality, or purchase the full license to unlock the application to its full functionality. Even without the full license features, Battery Spy still provides a rich feature set for the casual user.

Please keep the comments coming. Your input really helps to make the software better. If you have bugs or concerns, please email [email protected] and it will be handled promptly. Thanks!


Permissions Requested by Battery Spy and why

* Battery Statistics - Battery Spy does not alter your system's battery statistics in anyway, it just reports what it sees.

* Control of Vibrator - Used as feedback when interacting with the UI

* Start at Reboot - By default Battery Spy will start when your device starts. You can turn this option off in preferences.

* Full Internet Access - Battery Spy uses the Application Crash Report for Android (ACRA) library published by Google Code. When a crash occurs, you will be presented with the option to send a bug report to us. Only when you submit the bug report is internet access used. Otherwise, Battery Spy does not access the internet during its normal operation.

Recent changes:
Version 1.5, Revision 19 Release Notes

Added workaround for ICS devices that report battery level out of the actual scale range.

Version 1.5, Revision 18 Release Notes

1. Fixed charge estimate on ICS when initially plugged in due to OS delaying the plugged in state notification.

2. Fixed application error due to incorrect shutdown level detection.
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A Google User
Aug 31, 2014
Wireless charging error App crashes and exits when charging LG G3 D855 wirelessly
A Google User
Aug 28, 2014
Good
A Google User
Aug 14, 2014
Unbelievably great app There's a small amount of numbers you have to recognize and I believe that Mr Kilpatrick is having a hard time with that. Maybe his dog can teach him how to count so he can use this app correctly! 5 stars
A Google User
Jul 10, 2014
Waste of time. Burns more energy then it's use.
A Google User
Jul 2, 2014
Many times indicate that consumption is very high, some -25%, when shouldn't be. May not handle correctly the info when numbers are below 1?