More info: Wattagio

Wattagio is powerful battery assistant. It informs you about current battery health and helps to decrease power usage. Flexible settings in application give options to customize your profile to meet your needs.

Save Battery Power
Increase your battery working time. Advanced system settings give the ability to decrease power usage in battery mode.

Find out applications hungry for energy. Wattagio gives statistics about used battery power during last 24 hours, 7 days, or since last network disconnection and helps to find out which applications use battery the most.

Battery Health
All information about battery health on one screen. Exhaustive information about battery life allows you to track current battery’s power (mAh), maximum power (mAh), maximum power in a brand new battery, battery health, temperature, maximum charging cycles (from 0% t0 100%). Also, based on all collected information, count when a battery will reach the limit if it is used with the same frequency.

Battery’s life story. The bright diagram will show battery’s autonomic working time, charging time, fully charge battery time. Additional charts show battery’s usage statistics and data about battery’s power amount during the day, week, month and year.

Information about manufacturer, serial number, manufacture date and battery age

Be informed about current battery level. Notifications will remind you about decreasing power mode and when a critical level is reached – time to connect MacBook to the network. Control system will show you notifications about applications that use battery power a lot.

Customizable battery status in menu bar

Advanced battery settings in menu help to adjust many options: battery’s level in percentage, amperage, tension, temperature, horizontal or vertical battery status icon. Wattagio allows to set individual battery status for every mode.

Quit apps

Wattagio automatically closes applications being unused for a long time, this helps to reduce CPU and battery consumption.

Wattagio assistant
Comfortable notifications help to determine applications that consume big amount of MacBook’s energy. We provide three estimating variants:

low power consuming (green indicator): application has minimal influence on battery;
moderate power consuming (orange indicator): application makes different operation, but doesn’t influence a lot on battery;
high power mode (red indicator): application influences a lot on battery working mode.