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Juice
Juice
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Juice free download for Mac

Juice

Version 1.3

Widget to check your battery status.

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Juice overview

Juice adds a battery to your dashboard, with info on the current state of your laptop's battery as well as an indication of how much time you can use your battery before it's empty, or how long it takes until it's fully charged

What’s new in version 1.3

Updated on Nov 11 2012

Version 1.3:
  • Added retina support

Information

License

Free

Size

868 KB

Downloads

7021

App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.0 or later
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Guest
Guest
May 17 2005
1.0
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May 17 2005
4.8
Version: 1.0
Works nice. As being redundant, it show more info: time remaing when on battery only on battery and for full charge, when connected to the power adapter and charging. And uses a bit less resources too, as shown by Activity Monitor. Regarding patents, I hope it don't matter. The dev can change the colors anyway. Suggestion: please make it a little smaller, so it does not occupy too much space in the dashboard (very important with so many free widgets like this one!). A bit more difficult, but I would like to see the Full Charge Capacity and Cycle Count in the info panel. Thanks! :)
Guest
Guest
May 16 2005
1.0
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May 16 2005
4.8
Version: 1.0
Absolutly Great!!! Thanks
Guest
Guest
May 16 2005
1.0
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May 16 2005
4.8
Version: 1.0
Nice Registed Trademark violation. Are you crazy? I hope you have lots of dollars.
Guest
Guest
May 16 2005
1.0
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May 16 2005
4.8
Version: 1.0
Glad people are experimenting with widgets, but isn't this a littleredundant? lets go in other directions, heat meters, fan meters, etc might be interesting. my fear is that those are more difficult than a battery meter and so are going to be avoided.