• Surenix Launches New App for Apple Watch to Show Your iPhone's Remaining Battery Life



    Surenix (Thientam Bach), a well-known graphic designer and iOS developer that has contributed to various projects in the jailbreak community, has launched a new application for the Apple Watch that shows you the current remaining battery life of your iPhone right from your wrist.

    The new application, which Bach dubbed "Power" is available in the App Store for 99, and as you would probably have come to expect from Bach, the application is minimalistic and beautiful in many ways.

    Power shows when your device is charging, discharging, full, or nearly empty. Indicators such as icons and battery color let you know what's going on. Moreover, the percentage is always displayed at the bottom of the screen on your Apple Watch. Included is an application interface, as well as a glances interface, both of which are good at showing you the current remaining battery life of your iPhone.

    This isn't the first application to show your remaining battery life of your iPhone; the popular MacID application, which lets you unlock your Mac from your Apple Watch, also includes a battery percentage indicator that shows the current remaining battery life from your iPhone, although the interface is much more centered around your Mac than your iPhone, which is what separates the two in functionality.

    It's worth mentioning that checking the battery level of your iPhone is the only thing that Power does. It doesn't function in any other way. It's somewhat simplistic for the asking price of 99, but still, it's always nice to support the people that have given so much to the jailbreak community.

    If you're interested in checking out Power, you can head over to this App Store link.

    Source: App Store
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Surenix Launches New App for Apple Watch to Show Your iPhone's Remaining Battery Life started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 3 Comments
    1. carlos6438's Avatar
      carlos6438 -
      PowerWatch is free though...
    1. Jon G's Avatar
      Jon G -
      I'm sure there either is or will be plenty of free alternatives but I think the main point of the post really boils down to these few words: "99, but still, it's always nice to support the people that have given so much to the jailbreak community." For the most part that's what I got out of it anyways & really couldn't agree more
    1. javiert30's Avatar
      javiert30 -
      Quote Originally Posted by carlos6438 View Post
      PowerWatch is free though...
      PowerWatch is free but the UI look bad, not centralized
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