Charging your phone to 100% sounds tempting since the more power it has, the better, right? But, to improve your battery’s lifespan, it’s best to charge it to 80-90%. This can be challenging because you plug in your phone and forget about it. By the time you remember, your phone has probably been at 100 % for a while. That has an easy fix since various apps can remind you to unplug your phone when it’s reached a specific charge.
The following apps will not only notify you when your battery has reached the charging limit, but they can do so with a personalized tone. You’ll have quite a few to choose from. You will have to deal with ads, but certain apps give you the option of removing them for a price. The battery full alarm apps will help keep your battery’s device healthy for a longer period of time. Here are some apps you can use.
Best Full Battery Alarm Apps for Android
1. Battery 100% Alarm
Battery, 100% Alarm, lets you set the alarm for any level. All you have to do is tap on the Notify Level option and use the digital knob to select when you want to be notified that the selected level has been reached. You can choose from a large variety of tones such as:
- Default alarm sound
- BeepBeep Alarm
- Buzzer Alarm
- Oh no, oh no
- Piezo Alarm
Other features the app has to offer include:
- Setting the volume level for the alarm – It can be set as high as 100%
- Snooze button – You can snooze the alarm for one minute, two minutes, three minutes, four minutes, five minutes, or no snooze.
- Repeat – The alarm can repeat one, two, or three times. Or, none at all.
- Screen Status – Keep the screen on or off after the alarm goes off.
- Delay – You can have the alarm alert you that your device has reached the charging limit one, two, three, four, five, seven, 10, 12, or 15 minutes after.
- Silent Mode – Have the alarm go off or not in silent mode.
- Vibrate – Have the device vibrate or not.
- No alarm on-call – Decide if you want the alarm to go off or not while you’re on a call.
2. Full Battery and Theft Alarm
As the name indicates, Full Battery Theft Alarm, besides letting you know when the battery has reached its limit, also sounds a loud alarm when someone unplugs your phone while charging. The alarm will keep sounding until someone inputs the right security code.
You can see the temperature, how much time the battery has left, and the battery’s condition on the app’s main page. By going into the app’s settings, you have access to other options such as sound options. In sound options, you can set the sound alarm for the minimum and maximum battery level. This is where you can also customize the tone of the alarm. These are just a few of many other sound options.
You can also auto-enable the theft alarm and have the app start automatically when you plug in your Android device. If you find the ads annoying, you can get rid of them by paying $1.99 every six months. The app will also show you all your charging sessions over time. You can see information such as how much battery you had when you started and the battery percentage you stopped charging. To the right, you’ll also see how much your battery charged, and the time you unplugged the charger.
AccuBattery is an app that gives you a lot of information about your device’s battery. As soon as you open the app, you see tip cards on how to take care of the battery. It’ll also show you much battery a specific app is using, and by going pro, you can do themes such as modify the theme and Icon style.
You can also see how much screen time your device has, how long the screen has been on or off, and the combined time. The app will also show you the battery wear over time in a chart in the health tab. The higher the bar, the higher the damage is.
AccuBattery will also show you your battery history. It’ll show you how much battery power you lost, and at the time you lost it.
4. Battery Guru
Battery Guru will help your battery as healthy as possible. It’ll warn you about temperature and battery limits. Use the sliders in the app’s setting to set the minimum and maximum for each. If you’re not sure what your device’s battery capacity is, this app can tell you. It also has a charging record where it can tell you if the charge was normal, healthy, or if you overcharged.
There are different modes to choose from, such as:
- Aggressive Doze
- Doze Optimization
- Re-apply Doze Parameters
- Light Doze
5. Full Charge Alarm
Full Charge Alarm keeps things simple. You won’t see graphs in the app, but you will see the basic information to take care of the health of your device’s battery. The app can tell you the health of the battery, the temperature, capacity, and more.
In the app’s settings, you can adjust the alarm volume, minimum and maximum charge, choose the alarm tone, language, and more.
When you take the necessary precautions, your device’s battery will last as long as it should. The app listed here will help you charge your phone just as much as you want and not a percentage more. All the apps on the list are free, so if you see that an app is not for you, all you have to do is uninstall it. Which app do you think you’re going to start with? Let me know in the comments below.