Is there any app that notifies us fully charged battery status by alarm?

iOS & iPadOS

Hello, the subject line is my very question. I tried out battery full from the app store, but could not get anything out of it. Any comments or suggesttions are appreciated. Thank you.



Submitted by Kevan on Sunday, August 23, 2015

I will look for Battery Full out of curiosity. But I like your idea regardless whether or not it exists. Apple should put this in, as an option.
Also, when you tap the battery icon, with VoiceOver running at least, the phone tells you whether or not it's using AC power. If it is, the battery's charged.

Submitted by Yoo Jin on Sunday, August 23, 2015

In reply to by Kevan

I had tested this app to see if an alarm would go off when my phone is fully charged. But I found the alarm ringing only when my current screen is in the app. There seems to be no way to expect an alarm while using other apps or phone is on locked screen. Has anybody tried this app?

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Sunday, August 23, 2015

There is no app to do this, and there should not be. apple sand boxed for this very reason. So that devs cannot mess things up. It would be nice, but since it cannot and will never be done by a dev, maybe email apple to make an app that sends out a push notification . Therewas an app that did this for osx but I can't remember what ht was called. It actually worked to, and that was about 3 years ago. I can't remember, but no, nothingn for ios will ever exist.

Submitted by falcon wings on Sunday, August 23, 2015

It in fact has already been done on ios although not officially if you will.
I have no clue if there's a app that can do such a thing,but if you are jalebroken, the tweek activator can play a sound, say a messege through tts or do both when your battery is done charging. it can also do the same for specific levels of charges and it can do much more besides playing a sound or speaking through tts.

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Sunday, August 23, 2015

Yeah I avoid jail braking like the plague. Because of sand boxing there is no chance of the phone getting infected with a virus because each app runs in its own environment. so it has no control over the iOs core if that make sense.

Submitted by Kevan on Sunday, August 23, 2015

I wouldn't say it will never be done, because it's possible Apple might get the idea to put it in. I jailbroke once but then my iPod started running slow. Haven't looked back into it since then.

Submitted by kingdekka on Monday, August 24, 2015

There was an app that did at one point, but it doesn't exiast anymore. Besides, it was unreliable. Hth.

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Monday, August 24, 2015

What I meant by it will never be done, is, it will never be done by the common dev. I t can't be due to sand boxing. Same with the mac. That app I mentioned that I can't remember will never be in the app store because it basically has access to the osx core.

Submitted by Troy on Monday, August 24, 2015

I'm not sure if this will help but there's a talking device on speak to me catalog called power bank that charges cellphones including the IPhone and it is suppose to tell you when a device is fully charged. I believe it is $69.00

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Monday, August 24, 2015

I believe it's almsot the same device on at guys. I just use the status line on ios. that helps. and I know that i go at 1 percent a minute charging so I can normally estimate my charge.

Submitted by Justin on Tuesday, August 25, 2015

While I think it would be neat to implement this, it's not practical. I just look at the status line at the top and go from there.

Submitted by Greg Wocher on Wednesday, August 26, 2015

I wonder if you could use workflow for something like this. It may be something to look at.

Submitted by Holger Fiallo on Wednesday, August 26, 2015

I wonder if you can put a reminder asking siri to let you know when is fully recharge? Someone check it out.

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Wednesday, August 26, 2015

No you cannot. I think I tried a few yers ago. I agree that this idea while good is not practical hence will never be implemented by an apple dev.

Submitted by Maria Reyes on Thursday, August 27, 2015

Maybe if Apple makes an app that tells you the charge levels? There is also the Essentials app.
Try that out.

Submitted by TJT 2001 on Wednesday, December 23, 2015

On my iPhone, I have worked out that using my current settings, it takes approximately 1.5 times the level of the battery left to charge in minutes. Let me explain this: imagine that the battery is 40% charged. I know that there is 60% left to charge, so I know there is 90 minutes from the 60 minutes plus half of that (30) which is equal to 90 minutes. A way to work this out on your device is to deliberately stop using the phone when it goes to 50%. Monitor how long it takes the device to charge using your current settings. Hopefully, you will be able to find a formula like what I found for my phone.

Submitted by tunmi13 on Wednesday, December 23, 2015

You can try setting a timer for 5 hours by opening the Clock app, selecting the Timer Tab. Set the hour picker to 5. Set the minute picker maybe to about 10. Now, plug in your charger and hit start. You can keep doing all your activities. When the timer goes off your battery should be good. If not, increase the timer by a few hours or minutes.