November 12, 2009 in Utilities
[prMac.com] Waretown, NJ - TapMode president, Jeff McMorris, recently launched a new iPhone/iPod Touch app that learns a user's patterns and intuitively keeps track of projected battery usage required to carry out tasks. Released to iTunes, Battery Gauge is the first of its kind.
McMorris came up with the idea for Battery Gauge in order to solve a problem in his own life. "I needed an app that would give me an idea of the actual time I had remaining on my battery, that would look at how I used my phone and then base its estimate on that usage pattern."
Battery Gauge differs from other apps that are similar in nature. While the others can only give you an estimate of how much time is remaining in your battery for a single activity, McMorris' app is all encompassing, taking into account all of a user's normal iPhone or iPod Touch activities. Each task uses a different amount of charge and Battery Gauge intuitively figures it out. As most people use their handheld devices for a number of different things, this program is likely to become indispensible to the masses.
The Battery Gauge app has a nicely designed user interface and works with any version of iPhone or iPod Touch.
About Battery Gauge
Battery Gauge is the first intuitive iPhone and iPod Touch app to work with your battery charge. As it learns your patterns and notes which tasks you perform and how long they take, you'll always know whether or not you have enough battery life to complete activities. Don't get left hanging in the middle of an email or download with a dead handheld device.
* iPhone or iPod Touch OS 3.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Battery Gauge 1.0 is only $0.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category. Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers. Please specify the website or blog you represent when making your request.
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