If you have multiple devices laying around, wouldn’t it be nice to see what their battery levels are without having to go and check them all? Of course it would, and that’s exactly what the aptly named Batteries Widget offers.
As you might expect from a widget named like this, Batteries Widget can keep tabs on the battery level of any iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch that’s powered on and connected to the same WiFi network as your Mac. If those things are squared away, the devices’ battery level will be there for all to see.
Beyond that, you can also be notified whenever one of those devices is low on battery. And if knowing the battery level of iOS devices isn’t impressive enough, how about AirPods, mice, and trackpads, too?
Using Batteries Widget is super simple. Once installed, it adds a panel to your Mac’s Notification Center with all of your devices listed and waiting for you. All you need to do to make sure everything works smoothly is enable iTunes Sync on the Mac in question. Don’t worry, you don’t need to have iTunes running in order for this to work.
If all this sounds good – and it really should – you can pick Batteries Widget up right now. It’ll cost you $2.99 but that’s an absolute bargain for the functionality on offer here.
(Download: Batteries Widget for Mac from fadel.io)
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