This Free App adds the Battery Percentage to a widget in your Today View.
It’s simple, quick, and extremely accurate.
Don’t ever guess your battery percentage again, let this app show you the true level, every time.
Updated iOS 14 instructions
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Highly Recommended! However..
Just got this App today because I'm tired of my iPod dying on me. So far I'm liking it! However, I feel like it might be a little off/not as accurate. For example, when it said my battery percentage was 15%, it suddenly went up to 18% when I checked back again. Another example is when I charged my iPod. After my iPod has said "100%" on my lock screen, so did the app. BUT, after I unplugged my iPod from charging, the app suddenly tells me my battery percentage is 99%. I tried this another time. I replugged my iPod to charge, then waited. After I few minutes, I saw my iPod said "100%" on the lock screen. So I unplugged my iPod and the App immediately changed from 100% to 99% when unplugged. Could this be a bug or error?? Hopefully an update will fix this. However, overall it is a very essential App if you have an iPod and curious to know your iPod's percentage!
EDIT: Thank you for your response! I found it very helpful and now I can fully enjoy this App without further questions.
Developer Response ,
Hi Kaonashi, thanks for taking the time to leave your review and for sharing your battery level observations. I can confirm from my own testing and from lots of other users feedback that these jumps are typical for the iPod touch’s battery levels. They aren’t bugs or errors from the app but are exactly what the battery is reporting its level to be. Another interesting thing you might not have seen yet is that the iPod Touch rarely, if ever, gets below 13%. If your battery reaches that level it’s time to charge it soon!
The false information
I have seen the percentage jump on my iPhone 7s and Apple states that I need a new battery. I my self don't know if it is possible for the battery to go bad after installing the battery app lol. There nothing wrong with the app. you just need to let it charge for another fifteen to thrity minutes. When it shows 100% charged that is only because Ac is still plugged into the device and as soon as you pull the Ac from the device it shows the actual percentage of charge the battery has in reserve. So let it charge a few minutes more to finish topping off the percentages.
It is exactly what I was searching for. Simple, no ads, no garbage. Just add the widget in the settings (takes around 7 seconds) and just swipe left from the home screen or down and left from any screen to see your battery percentage at any time. It has a progress bar and says 78% just like that. The progress bar is either green (when charging) or white (when not charging ) and I'm assuming red for low battery. Haven't gotten that low yet. You can edit the size of the font easily and for free. Btw the app is used only to customize the widget.
- Andrew Hodgson
- 10.1 MB
Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 2015 Citrus Apps
- In-App Purchases
- Tip Jar (remove adds / unlock bonus content) $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.