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LifeMeter for Android

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Key Details of LifeMeter

  • Highly configurable battery widget inspired by Legend of Zelda, Skyrim & more!
  • Last updated on October 29, 2016
  • There have been 9 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

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Developer's Description

Highly configurable battery widget inspired by Legend of Zelda, Skyrim & more!
We at The Food Sucks are of the opinion that notions of battery life do not have to be measured with grim clinical concern. It should be FUN. Even nostalgic! Introducing LifeMeter, a widget that draws inspiration from decades of classic gaming fun and brings it to your Android device to enjoy. It takes the age-old iconic digital heart symbolizing LIFE and applies that feature to your Android device's battery. We also didn't merely draw inspiration from the meters of classic games like Legend of Zelda, we wanted to demonstrate that LifeMeter is capable of a modern styling too, and what better example than from a game like Skyrim!To make your experience special we made LifeMeter *highly* configurable, because personalizing LifeMeter is fun and rewarding. Just take a look at the gallery to see not only the variety of meters offered, but how you can customize most of them to your heart's content! LifeMeter currently comes in 1x1 and 2x1 sizes, and even offers unique meters exclusive to each size to make your experience a little more fun and interesting. Heart widgets can be tweaked; rows/columns can be adjusted, scale them if you feel they might be too big. You can align them within the widget's frame (top, lower right, center, etc). You can configure a LifeMeter widget to launch an app when tapped, or show some detailed battery info instead. You can adjust how often LifeMeter updates - from once a minute to as little as once an hour if you want to conserve battery life - though LifeMeter does not use a persistent service; When the phone goes into sleep mode, no updates are issued to your widget, preserving battery health. If you use a task killer (you shouldn't), you must configure it to exempt LifeMeter.We've tested LifeMeter extensively on multiple devices with great results. Should your device have any trouble running LifeMeter, we'll do our best to address the issues, just contact us.We'd like to add even more meters in future updates, and we're open to suggestions - send us an email!INSTRUCTIONS TO PLACE A LIFEMETER WIDGET ON YOUR HOME SCREEN:1. *Long-press* on an empty area of your home screen.2. On the list, tap WIDGETS.3. Scroll down the new list and find LifeMeter 1x1 or LifeMeter 2x1 and tap on either.4. Configure the hell out of your supercool new widget.5. Show your friends and family!Recent changes:1.2: minor layout adjustmentContent rating: Everyone

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Full Specifications

July 12, 2012
Latest update
October 29, 2016
Operating System
Android 2.3
Additional Requirements
Compatible with 2.3.3 and above.
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