Surely you have asked yourself many times how much battery will your Bluetooth headphones or those portable speakers have left with you?, some devices that as a general rule do not have any type of indicator other than a light or led that turns red when we get to the backup battery. It is easy for these devices to charge them very often for fear of getting hung up when you need them the most, this even though they actually have a good battery level and do not need a new battery charge at all. .
Well, with the simple but useful application that I am going to present and recommend to you today, we will be able to see from our own smartphone, the battery that our connected Bluetooth devices have left. A very useful application that will surely become when you meet it in one of the essential applications on our Android terminal. What do you want to know what application we are talking about? Well, then you will have to click on continue reading this post, just below these lines where, in addition to leaving you the direct link to download and install it, I also explain everything in detail what it offers us.
How to see the remaining battery of your connected Bluetooth devices from your smartphone
As I have told you in the front of the post, to avoid overloading these bluetooth devices that we have at home and that we usually use almost daily, well, overloading or the unnecessary burden of them, we are going to have the help of a totally free application for Android, an app created by Limitium developers, which under the name of BatON, it will allow us simply and nothing more and nothing less than the tremendous functionality of power see from our smartphone the battery that our connected bluetooth devices have left, that simply and simply that is not little.
The application that, as I told you, we will be able to download completely free from the Google Play Store, which is the official application store for Android, it is as easy to use as installing it, running it and nothing else.
Within the app settings, we will only be able to configure the refresh rate with which the application will scan to check these bluetooth devices that we have connected and at our fingertips at that time to give us accurate information on the exact remaining battery they have left.
This refresh rate can be configured to never scan until the moment we open the aforementioned application, or select one 15 minute, 30 minute, 1 hour, 3 hour or 6 hour refresh rate. Keep in mind that a refresh rate of 3 hours or even every six hours is more than enough in most cases, in addition to helping us save our smartphone’s battery.
Last but not least, I would like to comment on the functionality that it has in which, at all times, we are informed of the battery of these Bluetooth devices connected to our smartphone, through persistent notification in notification bar or notification curtain of our Android.
The latter does not just bother me too much, what’s more, in other applications most of the time it bothers me or even despairs, which as I say to me personally in this app I even like it for its comfort and functionality , and is that it is very useful to see the remaining battery that our headphones have left or connected bluetooth speaker, with the simple gesture of roll out the notification curtain of our Android.
Without a doubt more than an application for Android, so much so that when you know it and try it, BatON is going to become one of those essential apps for your Android devices.