Battery Health 3 Crack Mac is a professional battery monitoring utility for viewing vital statistics about your MacBook’s and iOS device’s battery, such as power level, heath, capacity, temperature, charge cycles and more. It is an award-winning app that is used by over 1 million Mac users worldwide. Be sure to check out the ‘Tips’ section within the app to learn a host of useful ways to improve the life of your MacBook’s battery.
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- macOS 10.10 or later 64-bit
iPhone & iPad Support
You can use Battery Health to connect to your iPhone or iPad over WiFi Sync or USB cable to retrieve useful iOS battery data.
These important statistics can help you determine if your device’s poor battery life is due to a deteriorated battery capacity.
Energy Hogs & Time Remaining
The energy hogs feature allows you to prolong battery life by closing down apps that are detected as consistently using a high amount of energy.
Also, you can choose to display your MacBook’s ‘battery time remaining’ figure in your menubar, which Apple recently removed from their standard OS functionality.
Control exactly when you get notified about battery level events on your Mac; choose between regular intervals and predefined values.
In addition, you can optionally configure the menubar text to turn red once your charge level drops below 10%. This acts as an added reminder to start charging your MacBook soon.
Battery Monitor for Bluetooth Devices
Newly added to Battery Health is the ability to easily check the battery level of bluetooth devices such as your Apple Magic Keyboard, Mouse, Trackpad and AirPods. Use it to keep an eye on your batteries and replace/recharge them before they run out.
Advanced Power History Stats
Battery Health allows you to analyse your battery performance with three different charts that display power, charge and health history. Use this data to develop charging and usage habits that help to maintain a high battery life.
- Bug fixes
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