Android Battery widgets and apps are one of the most popular categories in Google Play and there are so many widgets to show some information about the battery of your Android device on home screen. When you search for Battery in Google Play, the first result is Battery. This Android Battery app and widget is not in our top Android battery widget list, but is worth a try. Battery is strongly recommended for those who just want to know the answer of this question: How much Battery is left? The answer is shown on Lock screen, Home screen, Notification panel, and inside the app itself.
Battery has a very simple user interface which provides just some necessary information regarding the battery status. Battery provides information about your device’s battery temperature, voltage, health, and Technology.
There are 2 home screen widgets in 2 different sizes (2×1 and 4×1) and they simply show the percentage of remaining battery and when the phone is charging, it shows an estimated time to get fully charged. There are no customizations available and the widgets are transparent and we just liked it simplicity and also accuracy.
If you are using Google Nexus series, Galaxy S4, HTC One or lucky enough to updated to Jelly Bean 4.2.2 you can use Battery as a lock screen widget.
You can also open the app the tap Notifications to be able to monitor battery percentage from notification bar.
Battery can be run on almost every Android device with any resolution and any Android version instated (from 1.5 to 4.2) and it uses about 3.6 Mb of your device’s RAM. It is free and of course it supports ads