From Jeremy Kezer:
XBattery is a battery monitoring utility for Mac OS X. It provides a user-customizable dock icon that shows your current battery level and charging status. It also provides a variety of graphs detailing battery information, and a user-customizable display.
What's new in this version: Updated web page URLs.
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All versions:3.0 stars
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Current version:3.0 stars
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"Version number mismatch"
Version: XBattery 1.0.1
Does what description says...at a price.
Suitable free alternatives to this $15 app.
Version number mismatch: Download link is supposed to be for version 1.0.1. However, "Get Info" on the download says it's version 1.0.0. But when I open the app and do an "About XBattery" it reports version 1.0.1.
Predictably, TechTracker continually reports I need to upgrade to version 1.0.1 (which I have done). Just another example of why we need an "ignore" feature built into TechTracker so these kinds of errors can be...well, ignored until the next update is released.
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