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Great Battery indicator?

Discussion in 'Android Forum' started by brooklyn2710, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. brooklyn2710
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    Does anyone know of a good battery indicator that shows up as a widget and breaks it down to like 99...98..97 rather than just 100..90...80?
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    A widget called "Battery Left." It tells you exactly how much power is left as well as the time the battery will die. I think it's .99 in the market.
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    I also recommend battery left, I've had it for a few days, and while it's definitely not completely synchronized yet, it's still great and will only get better. And it's free :)
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    Another vote for battery left. It's perfect for monitoring this. Shows you time remaining and the percent to 1 digit. You click on it and it's easy to get a break down of your usage.

    Now if I could just replace the task bar battery with this one....Saw someone with something similar but believe you have to be rooted.