CurrentWidget: Battery Monitor

CurrentWidget: Battery Monitor


CurrentWidget displays how much electric current the device is using from the battery or receiving from the charger. It can also notify you when the device is using too much battery.

*NOTE: The electric current reading doesn't work on all devices. The reason is that the manufactures (mostly Motorola and Samsung) don't support this in the battery driver or in the hardware.

* Add widget to home screen after installation.

Now also includes:
- Two widget designs (as two widgets in the widgets list) - Classic and Text.
- Notification - get real time alerts on high current values!
- Transparent style with customization options
- Android Backup Service - Automatically restores your settings on new installations
- Voltage & Battery level (%) display
- Log battery values
- Plot current graph
- Analyze log options
- Log file rotation
- Custom operation - set an arithmetic operation on the current value to adjust for different devices
- Option to show a persistent notification with all information from widget.
- Customizations (size, color, etc.).
- DashClock Widget extension.

Touch the displayed value to switch views.
Select only one view to bring back configuration shortcut.
Open settings & graph via launcher icon.

* The lightning icon changes color when the phone is charging (white/green).

NEW: Analyze CurrentWidget log to get your battery capacity - http://nkhosla.com/battery/

Please contact me if you experience any problems.

Available also in Donate version.
CurrentWidget is open source (GPL).

Recent changes:
v0.4:
- DashClock Widget extension - CurrentWidget can now be added to DashClock Widget as an extension.
- Huawei Ascend P6 support.
- Added grid lines to graph.
- 'Top Processes' analysis display improvements.
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3.8
User ratings
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Installs
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File size
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About CurrentWidget: Battery Monitor
CurrentWidget displays how much electric current the device is using from the battery or receiving from the charger. It can also notify you when the device is using too much battery.

*NOTE: The electric current reading doesn't work on all devices. The reason is that the manufactures (mostly Motorola and Samsung) don't support this in the battery driver or in the hardware.

* Add widget to home screen after installation.

Now also includes:
- Two widget designs (as two widgets in the widgets list) - Classic and Text.
- Notification - get real time alerts on high current values!
- Transparent style with customization options
- Android Backup Service - Automatically restores your settings on new installations
- Voltage & Battery level (%) display
- Log battery values
- Plot current graph
- Analyze log options
- Log file rotation
- Custom operation - set an arithmetic operation on the current value to adjust for different devices
- Option to show a persistent notification with all information from widget.
- Customizations (size, color, etc.).
- DashClock Widget extension.

Touch the displayed value to switch views.
Select only one view to bring back configuration shortcut.
Open settings & graph via launcher icon.

* The lightning icon changes color when the phone is charging (white/green).

NEW: Analyze CurrentWidget log to get your battery capacity - http://nkhosla.com/battery/

Please contact me if you experience any problems.

Available also in Donate version.
CurrentWidget is open source (GPL).

Recent changes:
v0.4:
- DashClock Widget extension - CurrentWidget can now be added to DashClock Widget as an extension.
- Huawei Ascend P6 support.
- Added grid lines to graph.
- 'Top Processes' analysis display improvements.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
5 days ago
Updated and Now Doesn't Work Used to work fine on my Samsung S3, but since update doesn't work at all.
A Google User
6 days ago
Yet another battery app that always reports the current as a positive value. The problem is that it is common for a device to be discharging when connected to a low power adapter (or cheap cable) because the device is using more current than is being provided. Under those conditions CurrentWidget reports a charging current when it is in fact a discharging current. So far the only app I've found that gets it right is GSAM. Unfortunately, the GSAM widget updates very slowly.
A Google User
Aug 25, 2015
Very good widget but could've a improvement I really like this widget but it could have a permanent lock screen status of battery. It just shows the different lock screen when it's charging.
A Google User
Aug 23, 2015
Crap! Doesnt even work!
A Google User
Aug 23, 2015
Great apps! Work on my zenfone 4! Thanks.