AirPods Battery Monitor
AirPods Battery Monitor
1.0.15

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AirPods Battery Monitor free download for Mac

AirPods Battery Monitor1.0.15

11 September 2020

See percentage of your AirPods battery.

Overview

Airpods Battery Monitor is a small Mac OS App that allow you to see easily your AirPods Battery (Case/ Left / Right) in real-time. It is a shortcut to remove the long and painful access from the Bluetooth Tab that Mac OS X provide. You can check the battery percentage of your AirPods and AirPods Pro.

Note: While the software is classified as free, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development.

What's new in AirPods Battery Monitor

Version 1.0.15:
  • Updated the Mapping File that allow certains range of Mac Address to be added and use for battery reading

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How would you rate AirPods Battery Monitor app?

1 Reviews of AirPods Battery Monitor

3
Just-Fred
07 January 2021
Version: 1.0.15

Most helpful

It's quirky. There are times when I'm using my Airpods (Pro) all day. I'd hate for them to run out of juice, so I downloaded this. When I'm using them, my phone is busy, as am I, so I can't start flipping and swiping to query the battery status. But I can surreptitiously check the menu bar. Maybe. The app doesn't always connect to, or stay connected to my Airpods. When it does, the feedback is handy, and appears to be accurate. That's one star off. The other issue is that it installs itself as a startup item, and I can't find a way to change that. Since I only use it when I need it, I don't want it starting automatically. It irritates me that I have to stop an app immediately upon startup. That's another star off. I sent feedback to the author, so we'll see if these are addressed in future releases.
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3
Just-Fred
07 January 2021
Version: 1.0.15
It's quirky. There are times when I'm using my Airpods (Pro) all day. I'd hate for them to run out of juice, so I downloaded this. When I'm using them, my phone is busy, as am I, so I can't start flipping and swiping to query the battery status. But I can surreptitiously check the menu bar. Maybe. The app doesn't always connect to, or stay connected to my Airpods. When it does, the feedback is handy, and appears to be accurate. That's one star off. The other issue is that it installs itself as a startup item, and I can't find a way to change that. Since I only use it when I need it, I don't want it starting automatically. It irritates me that I have to stop an app immediately upon startup. That's another star off. I sent feedback to the author, so we'll see if these are addressed in future releases.
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