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Text Battery Widget For Android
If you want a simple and easy to read way of monitoring the remaining charge on your battery, then you might want to try out Text Battery Widget by XDA forum member f4kill.
This is the dev’s first Android app, and is inspired from BattStatt. The XDA member wanted to start with something that looked easy to write and came up with this simple widget.
The goal of the widget is to simply print the remaining battery of your device as text on your desktop. The widget is pretty simple to configure and is available in six languages.
Text Battery Widget is free to download – for more information, head on over to the application thread.
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