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battery moniter widget on the market by 3c
 
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Same here. Simple and accurate, works great for me. So far I am really impressed by the battery life. I could barely go through a full day with the 4G, and now I have no trouble going to full days. I am not a heavy user so that helps a lot too.
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My favorite, hands down, is Battery Diviner. It doesn't look especially pretty, but it learns how you use your phone and it makes an excellent prediction on remaining battery life based on your usage habits.

Plus, it's from an XDA dev.

There's a trial version in the Android Market.
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I'm using the Circular Battery Indicator for non rooted phones from the general Android apps forum.

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Battery Minder


Uses next to no resources, never found running in the background stuck (like almost every other single one i've used) and the interface can be widget or thrown up on taskbar to be seen on any page.

Just my 2 cents, otherwise when I root I always mod up a circular battery.
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Battery Solo Widget. Doesn't drain battery and looks pretty nice too. Just a simple circle widget that tells battery and temperature of the battery if you want.

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