Voice notifications and more in new Battery Status update
I just released another update for Battery Status for Android. Here’s a quick summary of new features.
Custom sounds for notifications
With all the notifications you probably never know what notification you just received by sound alone. You always have to look at your phone and often you find out it is nothing important. I added some custom sounds that you can set for each notification: battery low, battery full, battery drain, plugged in, unplugged. Thanks to this you will be able to tell apart each of them. If sounds are not enough you can also set notification to voice. There are 2 voice messages for each notification – usually one is short and one is longer with more details. If you don’t want to hear notifications at all, you can mute them all.
Configuration of settings widget
So far you could add widget with settings shortcuts to your home screen and resize it. It would show as many shortcuts as it could. Now I added a configuration screen when you are adding this widget. Here you can choose which shortcuts you want to see on the widget. It is more convenient that way, because if you don’t need them all, you can choose only a few and widget will take less space. You can also decide on the order of the shortcuts.
The last and the smallest change is a new shortcut – it will take you to tethering settings if your phone supports it.
This is all for today. You can download Battery Status here:
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