Power Meter displays in percent your smartphone's battery charge and speaks it out loud if you tap the number.
Power Meter is an accessible battery charge indicator.
Free with no ads and no in-app purchases.
Hard to read your battery % remaining numbers because you are outdoors your device's screen is reflecting the bright sunlight?
Ever run out of battery power in an important meeting, backpacking, sailing, partying on the beach, or taking a long flight?
Accessible for people with visual impairments.
Shows remaining battery charge in large, clear, readable numbers.
Speaks the numbers out loud using text-to-speech when you tap the number.
Displays a large graphical progress bar that helps you see at a glance your battery charge.
Monitors your battery charge only when you use the app.
Swipe either left/right or tap the 'Close' button to exit the app.
Most Android devices contain a TTS engine supplied by the handset manufacturer.
If your Android device does not have a built-in TTS engine, you should download the free TSS engine from Google Play.
You can either update or install the free official Google text-to-speech app engine on your smartphone from here:
On your smartphone select your preferred TTS engine using one of these methods:
Home Screen -> Settings -> Language and Input -> Text-to-Speech Output -> Configure Preferred Text-to-Speech Engine (Google Text-to-Speech, Samsung, etc.)
Home Screen -> Settings -> Input and Control -> Language and Input -> Speech Text-to-Speech Options -> Configure Preferred Text-to-Speech Engine
Note: When you open Power Meter, the app listens for Android system information updates that occur every few seconds. Sometimes the update displays instantly, other times the update may occur after 1 to 2 seconds.
Power Meter is a free app with no advertisements and no in-app purchases.
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Created by Demosveritas Apps, Ltd.
Updated February 9, 2018
Problem: After opening Power Meter the device redirects to the Languages screen.
Solution: The device redirects to the Language screen may indicate a user selects Language preference but did not download the text-to-speech files for the preferred language.
Power Meter does not provide language support except for the graphical display that is in English.
Power Meter requires that before you can use the app you must set up and enable a feature called Text-to-speech (TTS).
If your device redirects to the Language screen and you select a language these are additional steps:
On the device Language and Input screen > Speech section > Tap Text-to-speech output.
Example: Use Google Text-to-speech.
Tap the "Gear" icon. Select your preferred Language.
Back on the Settings screen tap "Install voice data".
Download the free Google TTS files for the language you want to speak aloud.