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Description

Notifies you when you battery is low or when it reaches a certain charge.
Adjustable between 0% and 100%
Notification and a melody is played when your target percentage is reached.
Save and extend your battery life by not over charging it and never let your battery drain top 0% again.

Supports iOS 9, 10, 11, 12 & 13

Simple and free.

Background mode is supported again for low threshold only.
For additional background modes and extra features please use the Pro version.

Contact the developer for any suggestions & support timothy@anything.co.za

What’s New

Version 3.1.1

iOS 9.0 support dropped due to development frameworks requiring iOS 10.0. (PRO version of app still supports iOS 9.0)

Various bug fixes.

Also now asking for consent for ads to be personalised to support this free app. (Add tracking network) - Please support me via these ads, or purchase the PRO version for a completely ad free experience with many more features added.

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
97 Ratings

97 Ratings

mythrottledown ,

I just don’t know what to think because I’m not a major techie. Not simple anymore I’m afraid.

So, for a long time I had this app on my iPhone 7, and now on my iPhone XR. I also had it on my iPad as well. To begin with it started acting wonky (best way I know how to describe it), on my iPad so I deleted it problem solved I’m afraid. I then kept it on my iPhone 7 until it started doing the same thing. When I upgraded to iPhone XR, I thought I’d give it another shot, and worked fine until a couple of updates ago. there was a new nag background that stated something about the background. I’m afraid I just ignored it until this latest update because it’s extremely wonky and sounds alarm even when I open it before I even have it charging. It’s odd it’s like it has a mind of it’s own. So once again I uninstalled it because it’s not worth the hassle.
Here In lies the rub, I’d gladly send the developer a $5 if it worked right!! I’m not against paying I’ve done it with my photo apps, but so far they continue to work right from the free version before I paid for pro version. Just my way of thinking but if the free version doesn’t work, then why would I pay for a pro version?

Developer Response ,

Try version 3.0.1 please

Tim

Mike Wasserman ,

Get the PRO version!

If you’re looking for something that will warn you that your phone battery’s lower than you want it to get, while you’re working on your desktop or doing something else that doesn’t involve the phone, you need something that will make a noise when the threshold has been reached. I’ve been looking for years for such an app, and I’ve found a few that claim to do that, but none has actually worked with any regularity—up till now! The PRO version of this app works perfectly every time, to warn you that your battery’s level is lower than you want it or that your level is higher than you want it. The PRO version of this app is well worth the nominal cost; if these warnings are what you want, you should buy it without hesitation.

Developer Response ,

Thank you 🙏🏼

Joaoaoao ,

Hate when app updates make things worse; “Pro” version too expensive

This used to be a decent app for me. I liked how I could lock the phone while it was charging and the alarm would sound right when it should and stop when it should. Then, in a sneak “update”, the formerly free background feature was removed and replaced with a message to buy the Pro version if you want it back. Would liked to be told that was going to happen before removing a feature I already had. Further, the app stupidly sounds the alarm now even when not charging, after the alarm had stopped, just by unlocking your phone with the battery at the alarm level. It never used to do this. Note to developers: an update should always be better than a previous version. Also, regarding the Pro version: $3 is too much for a useful little feature that only does one little thing, especially when it’s likely that the Pro version will have the same bug discussed above. If I were a developer, I would be thinking that zillions of people paying $0.30 or $0.75, making it a no-brainer, instead of a much smaller number of people paying $3, would be the way to go.

Developer Response ,

Try version 3.0.1

App Privacy

The developer, Timothy Bowers, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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