Does the remaining battery percentage provide too little information for you? Are you right before a presentation and need to know if the battery will survive the next hour? Then YaBattery meets your requirements.
YaBattery gives you a comprehensive overview of your battery. In the menu bar YaBattery gives you among other things, an easy overview of the number of charge cycles, the current capacity and the date of manufacture of your MacBook battery.
In the menu bar YaBattery shows up as a small space-saving icon in which the remaining time is displayed. Either until the battery is empty or fully charged.
Of course, you can also easily access the system's Energy Saver preferences in YaBattery.
- Small remaining time with icon to save space in the status bar.
- All necessary battery information at a glance.
- Open Energy Saver preferences quickly.
Frequently Asked Questions
YaBattery only shows "--:--", what does this mean?
From time to time the battery takes some time to calculate the remaining time, either to empty or to fully charged. This does also happen with Apple's built in battery information. Just wait some time and the value will show up.
What do the colors mean?
Well, green stands for charging. As soon as you remove the power cord the color switches to orange for discharging. When the battery level is under 25% it is displayed as red.
Can I try YaBattery before I buy?
Yes! There is a special trail version to help you decide whether YaBattery does what you need.
macOS claims that the trail version is damaged, what can I do?
This is Gatekeeper macOS's system protector. All my trail apps are signed with an identifier developer signature. However, you need to allow such apps in your security preferences. See Apple's support document: HT202491
I need troubleshooting or have an enhancement request, what to do?
Great, I'm always interested in feedback. In YaBattery use the Feedback / Issue reporting item under Help or supply your request here
. I try to get back to you as soon as possible.
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