We may carry powerful computers in our pockets these days, but even the best smartphones are plagued by limited battery life. While there isn’t yet a way to create self-sustaining batteries, you can make you phone attractive by learning how to add color-coded battery indicator to Android.
Created just for kicks and giggles, the app called Energy Bar adds a multi-color line to your status bar, making your device’s battery level much more fabulous. So simply follow this quick guide and customize your status bar with a splash of color to keep you updated on the battery levels.
Step 1: Download the Energy Bar app
The app you can use to add color-coded battery indicator to Android is called Energy Bar. Not only is the app free to download, it does not require root access, so the mainstream users can make the most out of it as well. Simply search for Energy Bar by IJP in the Google Play Store or use the link given below to download it right away.
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Step 2: Grant Permissions to the App
Once you have downloaded the Energy Bar app, you will need to grant it additional permissions. The first time you open the app, tap on the toggle switch in the top-right corner to activate screen overlay.
You will be redirected to the Accessibility Settings menu, so tap on Energy Bar and once again press the toggle switch to grant the app permission. Once you have confirmed your action, head back to the app to configure the battery indicator bar.
Step 3: Tweak the Battery Indicator Bar Visual
Now that you have enabled the color-coded battery indicator, it’s time to set what the battery indicator will exactly look like. For instance, you can choose between “Normal Bar” and “Status Bar” to set the size of the battery indicator bar on the screen.
Moreover, you change the orientation of the bar from left, right, and center, change the bar thickness and also change the color configuration. For an extra $1.99 in-app purchase, you can also unlock the “Gradiant” option to create a RGB spectrum colored battery indicator.
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