A new battery logging tweak has released into Cydia called BatteryLogger Plus. It allows you to track and visualize battery usage levels on your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad devices. The app presents data about the battery level in the graphical form, also tells you that if you need to change your battery.
* Smooth and intuitive interface.
* Store and view a virtually unlimited number of measurements.
* Log battery status in the background in iOS4 on supported devices.
* Navigate through all your battery history by dragging, zooming in (double tap), and zooming out (two-finger tap).
* tap any data point to view additional details including charge rate, drain rate, and time spent charging the battery.
* view statistics including the load-cycles of your battery and the total amount of watts used.
* keep track of the exact amount of load-cycles of your new iPhone.
* iPad supportable.
The basic usage instructions:
– new measurements are added whenever the battery-level or battery-state (running on battery, charging, etc.) changes.
– new measurements are added while batteryLogger is in the background*! Just keep the application open to log all battery events.
– navigate the graph by swiping left or right.
– zoom the time scale with a double tap (zoom-in), or a two-finger tap (zoom-out).
– pinch works too!
– view load cycles & more in the ‘statistics’ tab.
– Using heavy applications? – Check regularly whether the app is still running.
The app is compatible on the devices running iOS 4.0 or higher with multitasking. If you device haven’t multitasking enabled, try “Backgrounder” to log in the background any way.
You can download BatteryLogger Plus from the Cydia store under BigBoss repository for $2.5.